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CATALOGUE  OF 


OFFICERS    AND    GRADUATES 


COLUMBIA  UNIVERSITY 


PROM    THE 


FOUNDATION  OF  KING'S  COLLEGE  IN  1754 


XVI  EDITION. 


NEW  YORK 

PUBLISHED  FOR  THE  UNIVERSITY 

1916 


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NOTE. 

The  1916  edition  of  the  Catalogue  of  the  Oflfi,cers  and 
Graduates  of  Columbia  University  is  the  sixteenth  which  has 
been  published.  The  first  was  issued  in  1774,  and  subsequent 
editions  appeared  in  1815,  1826,  1836,  1844,  18«5,  1868,  1871, 
1876,  1882,  1888,  1894,  1900,  1906  and  1912. 

The  present  Edition  has  been  compiled  by  Mr.  W.  J.  Maxwell 
under  the  direction  of  a  Committee  appointed  by  the  Trustees  of 
the  University.  He  has  communicated  with  all  graduates  of  the 
University  whose  addresses  could  be  ascertained,  and  every  efifort 
has  been  made  to  secure  complete  records  of  changes  of  ad- 
dress and  of  deaths  of  alumni.  Much  information  has  been 
obtained  regarding  alumni  that  has  not  heretofore  been  in- 
cluded. The  office  of  the  Alumni  Council  has  been  of  great 
assistance- 

A  catalogue  of  this  character  cannot  be  strictly  up-to-date. 
Though  all  changes  have  been  noted  to  the  time  of  going  to 
press,  doubtless  mistakes  have  been  made,  and  any  one  dis- 
covering an  error  will  render  a  favor  by  calling  attention  to 
the  fact  in  a  note'  addressed  to  the  Committee  at  the  University. 

JOHN    B.    PINE 
WILLIAM  H.  CARPENTER 
FRANK  D.  FACKENTHAL 
LEVERING  TYSON 

Committee  on  the  General  Catalogue. 
Columbia  University,  August  15, 1916. 


CONTENTS 


Prefatory  Note 3 

Historical  Note 5 

Abbreviations 9 

Governors  of  King's  College 11 

Regents  of  the  University  as  Trustees  of  Columbia  College 13 

Trustees  of  Columbia  College 14 

Chairmen  of  the  Trustees 18 

Clerks  of  the  Trustees 19 

Treasurers  of  the  Corporation '. .  19 

Presidents  of  the  College 19 

Provosts    20 

Officers  of  Instruction  and  Administration , 21 

Officers  appointed  by  the  Trustees  of  Columbia  College,  1754-1916 22 

Graduates  in  Arts  (Columbia  College) 81 

Graduates  in  Arts  (Barnard  College) 261 

Graduates  in  Medicine'. 309 

Graduates  in  Law 523 

Graduates  in  Applied  Science '  682 

Graduates  in  Fine  Arts  (School  of  Architecture) 778 

Graduates  in  Political  Science , 792 

Graduates  in  Journalism .■ 796 

Graduates  of  Teachers  College 799 

Graduates  of  the  College  of  Pharmacy 882 

Doctors  of  Pharmacy 887 

Masters  of  Arts 888 

Masters  of  Laws 1039 

Doctors  of  Letters , ; 1040 

Doctors  of  Philosophy 1041 

Recipients  of  Honorary  Degrees 1076 

Geographical  Index 1101 

Alphabetical  Index  of  Graduates 1213 


HISTORICAL  NOTE 


1754 

A  royal  charter  to  "The  Governors  of  the  College  of  the  Province  of  New  York  in 
the  City  of  New  York  in  America,"  passed  the  seals  October  31.  The  Rev.  Samuel 
Johnson,  D.D.,  was  elected  President,  in  anticipation  of  the  granting  of  the  charter,  and 
was  at  first  sole  instructor.  The  first  cUss  met  for  instruction  July  17  in  the  school 
house  of  Trinity  Church. 

1755 

An  additional  charter  passed  the  seals  May  30,  providing  for  the  appointment  of  a 
Professor  of  Divinity  of  the  Reformed  Protestant  Dutch  Church. 

A  device  for  the  College  seal  was  adopted,  the  same  in  all  respects,  except  the  name, 
as  that  now  used. 

1756 

The  corner-stone  of  King's  College  was  laid  July  13.  The  building  stood  on  what 
is  now- Park  Place,  near  West  Broadway. 

1758 

The  first  Commencement  was  held  in  St.  George's  Chapel  on  Wednesday,  June  21, 
when  the  first  degrees  were  conferred. 

1760 

The  first  building  of  King's  College  was  completed  and  the  students  began  to  lodge 
and  mess  therein. 

1767 

The  Faculty  of  Medicine  was  established. 

1776-1784 

In  April,  1776,  at  the  request  of  the  Committee  of  Safety,  the  College  was  prepared 
for  the  reception  of  the  Continental  troops  the  students  were  dispersed  and  the  books  and 
apparatus  were  removed  to  the  City  Hall.  During  this  interval  the  exercises  of  the 
College  were  suspended. 

1784 

An  Act  was  passed  confirming  the  royal  charter,  but  changing  the  name  of  the  cor- 
poration to  Columbia  College,  and  placing  the  College  under  the  charge  of  the  Regents 
of  the  University  (Laws  1784,  chapter  51). 

1787 

An  Act  was  passed  reconfirming  the  royal  charter  designating  the  corporation  "The 
Trustees  of  Columbia  College  in  the  City  of  New  York,"  and  appointing  trustees  to 
manage  the  same  (Laws  1787,  chapter  82). 


6  HISTORICAL  NOTE 

1792 

The  Medical  Faculty  was  reestablished.     , 

1793 

A   Course   in   Law   was   established. 

1810 

The  charter  was  amended  and  again  re-enacted  (Laws  1810,  chapter  85). 

1812 

The  first  scholarships  were  established,  and  the  right  of-  nomination   was  conferred 
upon  the  Alumni  Association.  , 

1813 

,The  Medical  Faculty  was  merged  in  the  College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons. 

1857 

The  College  was  removed  to  Madison  Avenue  and  49th  Street. 

1858 

The   School   of   Law  was  established. 

i860 

The  College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  became  the  Medical  Department  of  Columbia 
College,  by  agreement. 

1864 

The   School   of   Mines   was   established. 

1871 
Fellowships  were  first  established,  viz.:  a  fellowship   in  literature,  and  a   fellowship 
in  science. 

1880 

The  School  of  Political  Science  was  established. 

1881 

The  Department  of  Architecture  was  establshed  in  the  School  of  Mines. 

1883 
A  Course  of  Collegiate  Study  for  Women  was  established. 

i88g 

The  Course  of  Collegiate  Study  for  Women  was  discontinued  and  Barnard  College 
was  incorporated,  with  the  approval  of  the  Trustees  of  the  University. 

i8go 

The  Faculty  of  Philosophy  was  established. 

The  University  Council  was  established  as  an  advisory  body. 

The  DaCosta  Laboratory  of  Biology  was  established: 


HISTORICAL  NOTE  7 

1891 

The  College  of  Physicians  and  Surgeons  was  consolidated  with  the  University  (Laws 
1891,   chapter  101;   Laws   1894,   chapter  97). 

1892 

The  Faculty  of  Pure  Science  was  established. 

The  University  Council  was  enlarged  and  reorganized  with  certain  defined  powers. 

The  Trustees  contracted  with  the  New  York  Hospital  for  the  purchase  of  four  blocks 
of  land  on  Morningside  Heights,  bounded  by  116th  and  120th  Streets,  Airisterdam  Ave- 
nue and  Broadway,  as  a  new  site  for  the  University. 

1893 

Teachers  College   became,  by   agreement,   associated   with   the   University,   the   latter 
assuming  charge  of  all  courses  of  study  leading  to  a  'degree,  and  conferring  degrees. 
The  Columbia  University  Press  was  incorporated  with  the  consent  of  the  Trustees. 

1894 

The  University  acquired  title,  on  July  1,  to  its  present  site  on  •  Morningside  Heights 
by  purchase  from  the  New  York  Hospital. 

1895 

The  corner-stone  of  the  Library  was  laid. 

1896 

The  Trustees  authorized  the  designation  of  all  the  departments  of  instruction  and 
research  maintained  and  managed  by  the  corporation  collectively  as  "Columbia  University 
in  the  City  of  New  York,''  and  of  the  "School  of  Arts''  as  "Columbia  College.'' 

The  site  was  dedicated  on  May  2,  and  the  corner-stones  of  Shermerhorn  and  Fayer- 
weather  Halls  were  laid.  On  November  4,  the  corner-stones  of  Havemeyer  Hall  and 
the.  Engineering  Building,  were  laid. 

1897 

The  removal  of  the  University  from  49th  Street  and  Madison  Avenue  to  Morningside 
Heights  was  effected,  and  educational  work  in  the  new  buildings  was  commenced  on 
October  4. 

1899 

Teachers  College  became  by  agreement  a  part  of  the  University,  the  President  of  the 
University  being  ex  officio  President  of  the  College. 

1900 

Barnard  College  became  by  agreement  a  part  of  the  University,  the  President  of  the 
University  being  ex-  officio  President  of  the  College. 
A  Summer  Session  of  the  University  was  established. 

1903 

An  endowment  for  a  School  of  Journalism  was  given  to  the  University. 
A  Summer  Course  in  Engineering  was  permanently  established  at  Morris,  Connecticut. 
The  University  purchased,  on  October  1,  two  blocks  of  land,  known  as  South  Field, 
adjoining  the  University  Quadrangle,  as  an  addition  to  its  site. 


8  HISTORICAL  NOTE 

1904 

The  College  of  Pharmacy  was  affiliated  with  the  University,  by  agreement  of  March 
IS,  the  President  of  the  University  being  ex  officio  President  of  the  College. 

An  Act  of  Benediction  was  performed  on  the  site  of  St.  Paul's  Chapel,  September 
28,  by  the  Archbishop  of  Canterbury. 

The  One  Hundred  and  Fiftieth  Anniversary  of  the  foundation  of  the  College  was 
celebrated  October  24-31 ;  and  the  corner-stones  of  the  following  buildings  were  laid : 
St.  Paul's  Chapel,  Hartley  Hall,  Livingston  Hall,  and  School  of  Mines. 

1905 

The  corner-stone  of  Hamilton  H-all   (Columbia  College)   was  laid  September  27. 

An  agreement  was  entered  into  between  the  Prussian  Ministry  of  Education  and  the 
University,  providing  for  an  interchange  of  professors.  In  accordance  with  this  agree- 
ment the  Theodore  Roosevelt  Professorship  of  American  History  and  Institutions  in  the 
University  of  Berlin,  and  the  Kaiser  Wilhelm  Professorship  of  German  History  and 
Institutions  in  Columbia  University,   were   founded. 

1906 

The  Faculty  of  Fine  Arts — comprising  the  schools  of  Architecture,  Design,  and  Music — 
was  established,  in  co-operation  with  the  National  Academy  of  Design. 

-      1907 

St.  Paul's  Chapel  was  dedicated  and  Hamilton  Hall  was  formally  opened. 

igo8 

Alumni  representation  on  the  Board  of  Trustees  was  established. 

1909 

The  corner-stone  of  Kent  Hall  was  laid  on  October  4. 

1910 

The  corner-stone  of  the  Philosophy  Building  was  laid  on  July  11;  and  Kent  Hall 
was  formally  opened  on  October  29. 

1911 

The  corner-stone  of  the  Avery  Library  was  formally  laid  on  Commencement  Day. 

igi2 

The  School  of  Journalism  was  established,  and  the  corner-stone  of  the  Journalism 
Building  was  formally  laid  on  July  2. 

The  corporate  name  was  changed  by  order  of  the  Supreme  Court  to  "The  Trustees 
of  Columbia  University  in  the  City  of  New  York." 

1 91 3 

The^  Schools  of  Mines,  Engineering  and  Chemistry  were  placed  on  a  graduate  basis 
requiring  for  admission  the  satisfactory  completion  of  three  years  of  study  in  a  college 
or  scientific  school  of  high  rank. 

1915 

A  new  agreement  with  Teachers  College  was  entered  into. 

1916 

The  School  of  Business,  based  oii  two  years  of  Collegiate  work,  was  established.' 


ABBREVIATIONS. 


A.    A. — Athletic    Association, 
abd. — abdominal. 
Acad. — Academy. 
Acct. — accountant, 
act. — acting, 
adj. — adjunct. 
Adv. — adveytistng. 
advance. — advancement. 
Advoc. — advocate, 
agr. — agriculture. 
Agt.,  agt. — agent. 
Am. — America,  American, 
anat. — anatomy.  • 
Arch. — architect,  architecture. 
Assemb. — Assembly, 
a  ssn . — a  ssoc  iation. 
assoc. — associate,   associated, 
asst. — assistant. 
Astro. — Astronomy, 
asyl. — asylum, 
athl. — athletic. 
Aud. — auditor. 

bact. — bacteriology,    bacteriologist. 
Bapt. — Baptist. 
Bd.~Board. 
Bell.— Bellevue. 
biol. — biologist,    biology, 
Bkln. — Brooklyn. 
Bldr.— builder.    ■ 
Blvd. — Boulevard, 
bot. — botany. 
Br. — Branch. 
Bur. — Bureau, 
bus. — business. 

C.  C.  N.  Y.— College  of  the  City  of  New  York, 
capt.; — captain, 
cert. — certificate. 
Chapl. — chaplain, 
chapt. — chapter. 
Ch. — church. 

chem. — chemistry,    chemical. 
Chem. — chemist, 
chrmn. — chairman. 
civ. — civil, 
class. — classical. 
Clerg. — clergyman, 
climatol. — cHmatological. 
clin. — clinic,  clinical. 
Co. — County,    Company. 
Col.   Univ. — Columbia   University. 
Coll.,    coll. — college. 

Coll.   P.   and    S. — College    of  Physicians   and    Sur- 
geons. 
Colleg,,    colleg. — collegiate. 
comm. — committee. 
commenc. — commencement. 
Commis. — Commission, 
commr, — commissioner, 
compar. — comparative. 
Conf. — Confederate,    Conference. 
Cong. — Congregational,   Congress. 
const. — constitution,    constitutional, 
constr. — construction, 
consult. — consulting, 
contag. — contagious, 
contr. — contractor, 
con  v. — convention. 
Corp. — corporation   officer. 
Corr. — Correction. 

corres. — correspondent,  corresponding. 
couns. — counsellor, 
d, — died, 
del. — delegate, 
dem. — demonstrator, 
dep. — deputy, 
dept. — department, 
dermatol. — dermatology, 
descript. — descriptive, 
diag. — diagnosis, 
dip. — diploma, 
dir. — director. 
dis. — disease,    diseases. 


Disp.,  disp. — dispensary. 

dissert. — dissertation. 

Dist. — District. 

div. — division. 

do. — ditto. 

Dom. — Dominion. 

Eel. — Eclectic.  ' 

Econ.-^Econom,  Economic,  Economies. 

ed. — editor 

Educ. —  educator,   education,  educational. 

electrol. — electrology. 

emer. — emeritus.  ^  , 

emerg. — emergency. 

empl. — employed. 

Engr. — engineer,  engineering. 

Engl. — English. 

Epil. — Epileptics. 

evang. — evangelist. 

exam. — examination,  examining,  examiner. 

exec, — executive. 

fac. — faculty. 

Fed. — Federal,  Federation. 

Frat. — Fraternity. 

fresh. — freshman. 

genl. — general. 

Geol. — geologist. 

Gov. — Governor. 

Govt. — Government. 

grad. — graduate,  graduation. 

gt. — great. 

Gym, — Gymnasium. 

gyn. — gynaecology,   gynaecologist. 

H.   S. — high  school. 

hist. — history,  historical. 

h  istol. — histology. 

Homeo. — Homeopathy,  Homeopathic. 

hon.^ — honorary. 

Hosp. — Hospital. 

Hyg. — hygiene,  hygienic. 

I.  C.  A.  A.  A.  A. — Inter-Collegiate  Association  of 

Amateur  Athletes  of  America. 
indep. — independent. 
Infmy. — Infirmary. 
Ins. — Insurance, 
insp. — inspector, 
inst. — institute,    institution, 
instr. — instructor,  instruction, 
intercoll. — intercollege,   intercollegiate, 
interl. — international. 
Is. — Island. 

Journ.,  journ. — Journalist,  journal,  journals. 
Jud- — ^Judicial, 
jun. — tunior, 

Jur.,  Juris.,  jur.,  juris. — jurisprudence. 
L.   I. — Long  Island, 
lab. — laboratory, 
lang. — language. 

laryngol. — laryngology,    laryngologist. 
]ect. — lecturer. 
Legisl. — Legislature.  * 
Librn . — librarian . 
libry. — library. 
1  i  e  ut. — 1  ieutenant. 
lit. — literature,   literary. 
Lyc.^ — Lyceum. 

M,    E. — Methodist   Episcopal.  , 
Mech.  Eng. — mechanical  engineer, 
maj. — major. 

mat.    med. — Materia   Medica. 
Math. — Mathematics. 
Med.    Assn. — Medical   Association. 
Med.    Coll.— Medical   College. 
mem.-T-m  ember. 
Mer. — Merchant. 

Metall. — Metallurgical,   Metallurgist. 
Met. — Metropolitan. 
Mfr. — Manufacturer. 
Mgr.,  mgr. — manager, 
milit. — military, 
min. — mining, 
missny.' — missionary, 
mod. — modern,   moderation. 


10 


ABBREVIATIONS. 


muiiic. — municipal. 

mut. — mutual. 

N.  G.  N.  v.— National  Guard  of  the  State  of  New 

York. 
uat, — natural. 
Natl.,   natl. — national, 
neurol. — neurology,   neurologist. 
No. — Number. 

obst. — obstetrics,    obstetrician,   obstetrical, 
off. — office,  officer. 

ophtlial. — opbthaJmology,    ophthalmologist, 
ord. — ordained. 
Orph. — Orphan,  orphans, 
orthop. — orthopaedic, 
otol. — Dtological,  otologist. 
P.   E. — Protestant  Episcopal. 
P.    S.- — public    school. 
P.    &    S. — Physicians   and   Surgeons, 
pavals. — padalytics. 

path. — pathology,   pathologist,   pathological, 
pdgy. — pedagogy. 
ped. — pediatrics. 
perm. — permanent. 
Pharm. — pharmacist,  pharmacy. 
Pharmacol. — pharmacology, 
phil.,  .philos. — philosophy,    philosophical, 
-philol. — philology,  philological. 
Philomath. — Philomathean  Society. 
Physiol. — Physiology,  Physiological. 
Phys. — physician. 

phys. — physician,    physiology,    physics,   physical, 
polit. — political. 
Polycl. — polyclitjiic. 
pract. — practice, 
pres. — president. 
Presb. — Presbyterian, 
prin. — principal, 
prof. — professor, 
propr. — proprietor. 

Psychol. —   Psychologist,   Psychological. 
Pub. — public,  publisher. 
R.  D. — Reformed  Dutch. 
R.   E. — real   estate. 
R,  R. — railroad. 
rec. — recorder, 
reg. — regular, 
regr. — registrar, 
rep. — representative. 


Repub. — Republican. 

res. — resident. 

ret. — retired. 

Revol. — Revolution, 

Revy. — Revolutionary. 

Rhinol.— Rhinologist,  Rhinological. 

S.  I. — Staten  Island. 

S.   S. — Sunday  School. 

S.  S.  Co. — Steamship  Company. 

salut. — salutatorian.  , 

san. — sanitary. 

Sch. — School. 

sci. — science,  .scientific. 

sec. — secretary. 

scm. — seminary. 

Sen. — Senator. 

sen.,   sr.-^senior. 

soc. — society, 

solr. — solicitor. 

soph. — sophomore. 

spec. — special. 

sta. — station. 

stud. — student. 

subst. — substitute. 

Siipt. — Superintendent. 

surrog. — surrogate. 

surv, — survey,    surveyor. 

sys. — system. 

Theol.  semi. — Theological  Seminary. 

T.  C.~Teachers  College. 

teach.-^teacher. 

tech. — technology,   technical. 

therap. — therapeutics,  therapeutist. 

topogr. — topographical. 

Ip. — township. 

tr. — training. 

treas. — treasurer. 

trust. — trustee. 

Univ. — University. 

v.-p. — vice-president. 

valedict. — valedictorian. 

ven. — venereal. 

vet. — veterinary. 

vis. — visiting. 

Vols. — Volunteers. 

wid. — widows. 

yr. — year. 

Zool. — Zoology,  Zoologist,  Zoological. 


The  name  of  the  institution  by  which  it  has 
been  conferred  follows  the  academic  degree.  The 
omission  of  it  indicates  that  the  degree  was,  given 
by  Columbia  University. 

Numerals  (1),  (2),"  (3),  (4)  after  college  honors 
and  officers  indicate  fresh.,  soph.,  jun.  and  senior 
years,  respectively. 

A  stEfr  (*)  after  a  name  denotes  that  the  individ- 
ual is  deceased.  In  every  case  in  which  the  year 
of  the  deceased  is  known  it  is  indicated  at  the 
right. 

When  an  address  appears  in  parenthesis  it  de- 
notes that  it  is  the  last  known  address. 

In    case    of   an    alumnus    who    holds    more    than 


one  degree  from  Columbia  University,  the  full 
record  and  address  are  given  only  under  the 
school  from  which  he  was  first  graduated,  the 
name  only  being  given  in  the  records  of  subse- 
quent   degrees. 

In  the  case  of  married  women  graduates,  the 
name  under  which  the  degree  was  received  is 
given  firstj,  with  the  married  name  immediately 
following  in  parenthesis,  the  same  rule  applying 
to  the  General  Index;  and  in  the  Locality  Index, 
the  graduates  arc  listed  under  their  married  name. 
For  example:'  Class  List  insertion — May  Jane' 
Smith  (Mrs.  John  M,  Jones) ;  General  Index,  in- 
sertion— Smith,  May  Jane  (Mrs.  John  M.  Jones), 
b.   06. 


This  Catalogue  includes  the  names  of  all  graduates  of  the  University,  their  degrees 
being  indicated  as  follows. 

A Columbia  College.  T Teachers   College. 

B Barnard.  Ph Pharmacy. 

M School  of  Medicine.  A.M.  ...Master  of  Arts. 

L Law,  L.L.M.. Master   of   Laws. 

S Applied    Science.  L.H.D.  .Doctor   of   Letters. 

F-A (fine  arts)   architecture.  Ph.D. .  .Doctor  of  Philosophy. 

P Political   Science.  H Honorary   Degree. 

J School  of  Journalism. 


GOVERNORS 

OF  THE 

COLLEGE  OE  THE  PROVINCE 

OF 

•  .NEW  YORK 

IN  THE  CITY  OF  NEW  YORK  IN  AMERICA 
(known  as  king's  coixege) 

named  in  the  royal  charter  of 

.OCTOBER  31,  A.D.  1754, 

AND    SUBSEQUENTLY    ELECTED 

The  most  Reverend  Father  in  God,  Thomas,  Lord  Archbishop  of  Canterbury;  and  the 

most  Reverend  the  Lord  Archbishop  of  Canterbury  for  the. time  being,  ex  officio. 
The  Right  Honorable  Dunk,  Earl  of  Halifax,  First  Lord  Commissioner  for  Trade  and 

Plaiitations ;  and  the  First  Lord  Commissioner  for  Trade  and  Plantations  for  the 

time  being,  ex  officio. 
The  Governor  of  the  Province,  ex  officio. 
The  eldest  Councillor  of  the  Province,  ex  officio. 

The  Judges  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  Judicature  of  the  Province,  ex  officio. 
The  Secretary  of  the  Province,  ex  officio. 
The  Attorney-General  of  the  Province,  ex  officio. 
The  Speaker  of  the  General  Assembly  of  the  Province,  ex  officio. 
The  Treasurer  of  the  Province,  ex  officio. 
The  Mayor  of  the  City  of  New  York,  ex  officio. 
The  Rector  of  Trinity  Church  in  the  City  of  New  York,  ex  officio. 
The  Senior  Minister  of  the  Reformed  Protestant  Dutch  Church  in  the  City  of  New  York, 

ex  officio. 
The  Minister  of  the  Ancient  Lutheran  Church  in  the  City  of  New  York,  ex  officio. 
The  Minister  of  the  French  Church  in  the  City  of  New  York,  ex  officio. 
The  Minister  of  the  Presbyterian  Congregation  in  the  City  of  New  York,  ex  officio. 
The  President  of  the  College,  ex  officio. 

[The  names  of  those  who  at  various  times  attended  meetings  of  the  Governors,  by 
virtue  of  their  office  as  above,  are : 

John  Chambers,  Second  Justice  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  Province. 
William  Kempe,  Attorney-General  of  the  Province. 
Abraham  De  Peyster,  Treasurer  of  the  Province. 
Edward  Holland,  Mayor  of  the  City  of  New  York. 
Rev.  Henry  Barclay,  Rector  of  Trinity  Church,  New  York. 


12  GOVERNORS  OF  KING'S  COLLEGE. 

Rev.  Joannes   Ritzema,   Senior   Minister   of   the   Reformed    Protestant   Dutch   Church, 

New  York. 
Rev.  John  Albert  Weygand,  Minister  of  the  Ancient  Lutheran  Church,  New  York. 
Rev.  Joannes  Carle,  Minister  of  the  French  Church,  New  York. 
Rev.  Samuel  Johnson,.  President  of  the  College. 
John  Cruger,  Jr.,  Mayor,  of  the  City  of  New  York. 

Daniel  Horsmanden,  Chief-Justice  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  Province. 
John  Taber  Kempe,  Attorney-General  of  the  Province. 
Benjamin   Pratt,  Chief-Justice  of  the  Supreme  Court  of  the  Province. 
Myles  Cooper,  President  of  the  College. 

Rev.   Samuel  Auchmuty,  Rector  of  Trinity  Church,  New  York. 
John  Cruger,  Speaker  of  the  General  Assembly  of  the    Province. 
The  Archbishop  of  Canterbury  (by  proxy)]. 


Archibald  Kennedy Declined  to  qualify 

Joseph  Murray Died  April,  17S7 

JosiAH  Martin Removed  from  Province  between  March,  1761,  and  Oct.,  1764 

Paul  Richard Died  between  July,  1756,  and  March,  1759 

Henry    Cruger Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

William   Walton Died   July,  1768 

John    Watts Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Henry  Beekman Resigned  1770 

Philip    Verplank Resigned  1770 

Frederick    Philipse Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Joseph  Robinson Died  between  May,  1755,  and  March,  1759 

John    Cruger Retired  subsequently  to  1770 

Oliver  De  Lancey Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

James    Livingston Died  1763 

Benjamin  Nicoll Died  June,  1760 

William  Livingston .Declined  to  qualify 

Joseph   Reade Retired  subsequently  to  1770 

Nathaniel    Marston Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Joseph  Haynes Died  between  March,  1758,  and  Jan.,  1762 

John    Livingston , Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Abraham  Lodge Died  between  June,  1760,  and  Jan.,  1762 

David    Clarkson Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Leonard   Lispenard Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

James  De  Lancey,  Jr Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Appointed  subsequently,  by  virtue  of  the  power  vested  in  the  Governors  by  the  Charter : 

Appointed 

1759  Samuel  Auchmuty Becoming  Rector  of  Trinity  Church,  Resigned  1764 

1759  GABkiEL  Ludlow Resigned  1770 

1761  Edward  Antill Did  not  qualify  or  serve 

1762  John  Chambers Died  April,  1765 

1762  Henry    Cuyler Retired  subsequently  to  1770 

1762  James    Duane Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

1762  Wiliam  Alexander,  Earl  of  Stirling Retired  subsequently  to  1776 

1763  Charles  Ward  Apthorpe Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

1764  Beverley   Robinson Resigned  1770 


GOVERNORS  OF  KING'S  COLLEGE.  13 

1764  John  Provoost ; Died  between  Aug.,  1767,  and  March,  1770 

1764  Thomas   Jones Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

1764  Archibald    Kennedy, Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

1770  Roger   Morris Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

1770  John  Ogilvie,  S.T.D Died  1774 

1770  Samuel   Verplank    (17S8) Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

1770  GoLDSBOROUGH    Banyar Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

1770  William  Walton Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Charles  Inglis,  S.T.D Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Henry    White Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Peter  Middleton,  M.D Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Jacob    Walton Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

John  Harris  Cruger Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

John    Maunsell Retired  subsequently  to  1780 . 

In  a  petition  to  the  Legislature  for  a  new  charter,  dated  March  24,  1784,  filed  in  the 
State  Library,  the  following  are  also  described  as  Governors  of  the  College  commonly 
called  "King's  College": 

George  Clinton Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Samuel  Bayari),  Jr Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Richard  Morris Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Gerard   Banker Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Egbert    Benson Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

J.  H.  Livingston Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

Samuel    Provoost Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

John  Rodgers Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

John  Morin  Scott .Retired  subsequently  to  1780 

REGENTS  OF  THE  UNIVERSITY 
To  whom  the  government  of  the  College,  under  the  name  of  Columbia  College,  was 
committed  by  an  Act  of  the  Legislature  of  the  State  of  New  York,  passed  May  1,  1784 : 

The  Governor  of  the  State  for  the  time  being,  ex  officio. 

The  Lieutenant  Governor  "  " 

The  President  of  the  Senate  "  " 

The  Speaker  of  the  House  of  Assembly  for  the  time  being,  ex  officio. 

The  Mayor  of  the  City  of  New  York  " 

The  Mayor  of  the  City  of  Albany  " 

The  Attorney-General  " 

The  President  and  Professors  of  the  College  " 

The  Secretary  of   State  "         , 

Brockholst  Livingston  Matthew  Clarkson 

Robert  -  Harpur  Rutgers  Van  Brunt 

Walter  Livingston  James  Townsend 

.     .  Christopher  Yates  Thomas  Lawrence 

Anthony  Hoffman   (1760)  Henry  Wisner 

Cornelius  Humphrey  John  Haeing 

Lewis  Morris  Christopher  Tappan 

Philip  Pell,  Jr.   (1770)  James  Clinton 

Christopher  P.  Yates  Ezra  L'Hommedieu 

James  Livingston  Caleb  Smith 

Abraham  Bancker  John  Williams 

John  C.  Dongan  John  M'Crea 


14 


TRUSTEES  OF  COLUMBIA  COLLEGE. 


And  the  following  appointed  by  an  Act  of  the  Legislature  passed  iSTovember  26,  1784 : 


John  Jay,  LL.D.   (1764) 

Samuel  Provoost,  S.T.D.  (1758) 

John  H.  Livingston,  S.T.D. 

John  Rodgees,  S.T.D. 

John  Mason,  S.T.D. 

John  Gano 

John  Danij:l  Gross,  S.T.D. 

JoHANN  Christoff  Kunze,  S.T.D. 

Joseph   Delaplaine 

Gershom  Seixas 

Alexander  Hamilton,  LL.D.    (Entered 

1774) 
John  Lawrence 
John  Rutherjurd 
Morgan  Lewis 
Leonard  Lispenard  (1762) 
John  Cochran,  M.D. 


Charles  McKnight,  M.D. 

Thomas  Jones,  M.D. 

Malachi  Treat,  M.D. 

Nicholas  Romeyn,  M.D.  (Entered  1774) 

Peter   W.   Yates 

Matthew  Visscher 

Hunloch  Woodruff,  M.D. 

George  I.  L.  Dole 

John  Vanderbilt 

Thomas  Romaine 

Samuel  Buel 

Gilbert  Livingston 

Nathan  Kerr 

Ebenezer  Lockwood 

John  Lloyd 

Herman  Garrison 

Ebenezer  Russell 


TRUSTEES  OE  COLUMBIA  COLLEGE 

Appointed  by  an  Act  of  the  Legislature  of  the  State  of  New  York  reconfirming  the 
original  charter  with  amendments,  passed  April  13,  1787 : 

James   Duane Resigned  179S 

Samuel  Provoost,  S.T.D.  (1758) Resigned  1801 

John  H.  Livingston,  S.T.D Retired  1810 

Richard  Varick Resigned  1816 

Alexander  Hamilton,  LL.D.  (Entered  1774) '. Died  1804 

John  Mason,  S.T.D Resigned  1788 

James  Wilson Retired  1788 

John   Gano* Retired  1788 

Brockholst  Livingston,  LL.D Died  1823 

Robert   Harpur Resigned  1795 

John  Daniel  Gross,  S.T.D Resigned  1787 

JoHANN  Christoff  Kunze,  S.T.D Resigned  1792 

Walter   Livingston ; l")ied  1797 

Lewis  A.  Scott : Died  1798 

Joseph    Delaplaine Declined  1787 

Leonard  Lispenard  (1762) Died  1790 

Abraham  Beach,  S.T.D ' Retired  1813 

John  Lawrence ' Died  1810 

John   RuTHERFURDf Retired  1787 

Morgan  Lewis Resigned  1804 

John  Cochran,  M.D. Resigned  1794 

Gershom  Seixas Resigned  1815 

Charles  McKnight,  M.D Resigned  1787 

Thomas  Jones,  M.D Died  1798 

Malachi  Treat,  M.D , pj^d  1795 


•This  name  docs  not  app&r  in  the  list  of  Trustees  after  March  15,   1788 
fThis  name  does  .not  appear  in  the  list  of  Trustees  after    May    20,  'l787 


TRUSTEES  OF  COLUMBIA  COLLEGE.  iS 

Samuel  Bard,  M.D Resigned  1804 

Nicholas  Romayne,  M.D.  (Entered  1774) Resigned  1793 

Benjamin  Kissam,  M.D.   (Entered  1775) Died  1803 

Erenezer  Crosby,   M.D Died  1788 

And  the  following  subsequently  elected : 
1788  William  Samuel  Johnson,  LL.D i  Resigned  1800 

1788  Richard  Harison,  LL.D.   (1764) Died  1829 

1789  John   Watts .' Resigned  1816 

1790  William  Moore,  M.D .■ Died  1824 

1793  Edward   Livingston Retired  1806 

1793  John  McKnight,  S.T.D Resigned  1795 

1794  John   Cosine .Died  1798 

1795  Cornelius  I.  Bogert Resigned  1823 

1795  John  M.  Mason,  S.T.D.  (1789) .Resigned  1821, 

1795  Samuel  Nicoll,  M.D.   (1774) Died  1796 

1795  Edward  Dunscomb  (1774) Died  1814 

1796  George  C.  Anthon,  M.D ; Resigned  1815 

1797  Philip  Livingston   (1760) '. Resigned  1806 

1799  John  Charlton,  M.  D Died  1806 

1799  John  N.  Abeel,  S.T.D ; Died  1812 

1799  James  Tillary,  M.D Died  1818 

1801  Charles  H.  Wharton,  S.T.D Resigned  1801 

1801  John-  H.  Hobart,  S.T.D Died  1830 

1802  Benjamin  Moore,  S.T.D.  (1768) ■.  .Resigned  1813 

1804  Egbert  Benson,  LL.D.  (1765) Resigned  1815 

1804  Johann  C.  Kunze,  S.T.D .Died  1807 

1805  GouvERNEUR  MoRRis  (1768) Died  1816 

1805  Jacob  Radcliffe   '. , Resigned  1817 

1806  Samuel  Miller,  S.T.D '. Retired  1813 

1806  RuFUS  King,  LL.D Resigned  1824 

180r  Nicholas  Everton Diead  1807 

1808  Oliver    Wolcott '. Retired  1816 

1809  John  B.  Romeyn,  S.T.D.  (1795) Died  1825 

1811  William  Harris,  S.T.D Died  1829 

1811  Robert  Troup,  LL.D.  (1774) Resigned  1817 

1812  Peter  A!  Jay  (1794) Resigned  1817 

1813  Clement  C.  Moore,  LL.D.  (1798) .Resigned  1857 

1813  Charles    Wilkes Resigned  1824 

1815  David  B.  Ogden,  LL.D J Died  1849 

1815  William  Johnson,  LL.D Resigned  1842 

1815  John  Wells Died  1823 

1816  Thomas  Y.  How,  S.T.D Retired  1818 

1816  William   Henderson Resigned  1823 

1816  Edward  W.  Laight  (1793) Resigned  1851 

1816  John  R.  Murray Resigned  1835 

1816  Wright  Post,  M.D : Resigned  1828 

1817  Beverley  Robinson   ■ Resigned  1854 

1817  Thomas  L.  OgDen  (1791) Died  1844 

1817  Nicholas    Fish '.Resigned  1833 

1817  James  Renwick    (1807) ., Retired  1820 

1818  Samuel  F.  Jarvis,  S.T.D , Retired  1820 

1818  John  T.  Irving  (1798) Died  1838 


16  TRUSTEES  OF  COLUMBIA  COLLEGE. 

1820  David  S.  Jones,  LL.D.  (1796) -..Died  1848 

1821  GuLiAN  C.  Verplanck  (1801) Died  1825 

1822  Pascal  N.  Strong  (1810) Died  1825 

1823  James  Kent,  LL.D Resigned  1823 

1823  Peter  A.  Jay,  LL.D.   (1794) Died  1843 

1823  John  Duer Resigned  1830 

1824  Benjamin  T.  Onderdonk,  S.T.D.   ( 1809) Resigned  1853 

1824  Lynde  Catlin Died  1833 

1824  Jonathan  M.  Wainwright,  S.T.D Resigned  1830 

1824  Philip   Hone Died  1851 

1824  John  Watts,  M.D Died  1831 

1825  Charles  King Resigned  1838 

1825  James  M.  Matthews,  S.T.D Resigned  1830 

1826  Samuel  Boyd  (1787) Resigned  1835 

1828  William  Creighton,  S.T.D.  (1812) Resigned  1840 

1830  Gardiner  Spring,   S.T.D Died  1873 

1830  James  Campbell -. Died  1848 

1830  William  D.  Snodgrass,  S.T.D Resigned  1833 

1830  John  L.  Lawrence  (1803) Died  1849 

1830  William  A.  Duer,  LL.D Resigned  1842 

1830  John  Ferguson  (1795) Died  183: 

1831  Edward  R.  Jones  (1803) Resigned  1838 

1832  William  Berrian,  S.T.D  (1808) ;Died  1862 

1833  Ogden  Hoffman   (1812) Died  1856 

1833  Thowas  W.  Ludlow  (1811) Resigned  1836 

1834  Samuel  Ward Died  1838 

1836  Samuel  B.  Ruggles,  LL.D Died  1881 

1836  John  Knox,  S.T.D Died  1858 

1837  Thomas  L.  Wells   (1819) Resigned  1859 

1838  William  R.  Williams,  S.T.D.  (1822) Resigned  1848 

1838  William  H.  Harison   (1811) Died  1860 

1838  John  B.  Beck,  M.D.  (1813) Died  1851 

1840  Hamilton  Fish  (1827) Jtesigned  1849 

1840  William  Bard  (1797) Died  1853 

1842  William  Betts,  LL.D.  (1820) Died  1884 

1842  Nathaniel  F.  Moore,  LL.  D.  (1802) , Resigned  1851 

1843  Benjamin  I.  Haight,  S.T.D.,  LL.D.  (1828) Died  1879 

1845  Gerrit  G.  Van  Wagenen  (1821) Died  1858 

1848  John  L.  Mason  (1815) Resigned  1853 

1848  William  H.  Hobart,  M.D.   (1824) Resigned  1855 

1849  Edward  Jones  (1830) Died  1869 

1849  Robert  Ray  (1813) Died  1879 

1849  Gouverneur  M.  Ogden  (1833) Died  1884 

1849  Charles  King,  LL.D Died  1867 

1851  Hamilton  Fish,  LL.D.  (1827) Died  1893 

1851  Henry  James  Anderson,  M.D.,  LL.D.  (1818) Died  1875 

1851  Gerard  W.  Morris  (1818) Resigned  1855 

1851  George  H.  Fisher,  S.T.D.  (1821) " '  'Resigned  1855 

1853  George  T:  Strong  (1838) Died  1875 

1853  Jonathan  M.  Wainwright,  S.T.D.,  J.C.D Died  1854 

1853  Fdward  L.  Beadle,  M.D Died  1882 

1854  George  F.  Allen  (1829) Died  1863 


TRUSTEES  OF  COLUMBIA  COLLEGE.  17 

1854  Horatio  Potter,  S.T.D.,  LL.D.,  D.C.L '. Died  1887 

1855  Alexander  W.  Bhadford,  LL.D Died  1867 

1855  Mancius  S.  Hutton,  S.T.D.  (1823) Died  1880 

1856  Martin  Zborowsky   (1828) Resigned  1869 

18S6  John  Toreey,  M.D.,  LL.D , Died  1873 

1858  Thomas  De  Witt,  S.T.D Retired  1874 

1858  Lewis  M.  Rutherfued Resigned  1884 

1859  John  Jacob  Astor,  Jr.  (1839) Resigned  1869 

1859  John  C.  Jay,  M.  D.  (1827) Resigned  1880 

1860  William  C.  Schermerhorn  (1840) Died  1903 

1862  Morgan  Dix,  S.T.D.,  D.C.L.  (1848) Died  1908 

1864  Frederick  A.  P.  Barnard,  S.T.D.,  LL.D.,  L.H.D.,  D.C.L.  Ph.D Died  1889 

1867  Samuel  Blatchford,  LL.D.  (1837) Died  1893 

1868  Stephen  P.  Nash,  LL.D Died  1898 

1870  Charles  R.  Swords  (1829) Resigned  1877 

1871  Martin  ZboroWsky    (1828) Resigned  1872 

1872  Anthony  Halsey   (1837) Died  1879 

1873  Joseph  W.   Harper   (1848) Died  1896 

1874  Cornelius  R.  Agnew,-  M.D.  (1849) Died  1888 

1874  Evert  A.  Duyckinck  (1835) Died  1878 

187^  James  W.  Beekman  (1834) Died  1877 

1876  A.  Ernest  Vanderpoel  (1867) Resigned  1889 

1876  Charles  A.  Silliman  (1850) Died  1906 

1877  F.  Augustus  Schermerhorn  (1868) Resigned  1908 

1878  Gerard  Beekman   (1864) .' ' 

1879  John  J.  Townsend  (1841) Died  1889 

1879  Abram  N.  LirrLEjoHN,  D.D.,  LL.D Died  1901 

1880  W.  Bayard  Cutting   (1869) . .  .■ ^ Died  1912 

1880  Edward  Mitchell  (1861) Died  1909 

1881  Talbot  W.  Chambers,  S.T.D '■ Died  1896 

1881  Seth  Low,  LL.D.   (1870) Resigned  1914 

1882  George  L.  Rives  (1868) 

1883  Lenox  Smith   (1865) Resigned  1913 

1884  George  L.  Peabody,  M.  D.  (1870) Resigned  1890 

1885  John  Crosby  Brown  (1859) .■ Died  1909 

1886  Charles  M.  DaCosta  (1855) Died  1890 

1887  Henry  C.  Potter,  D.D.,  LL.D Died  1908 

1889  William  H.  Draper,  M.D.  (1851) Died  1901 

1889  Marvin  R.  Vincent,  S.T.D.  (1854) Resigned  1913 

1890  John  B.  Pine   (1877) 

1891  Cornelius  Vanderbilt Died  1899 

1891  George  G.  Wheelock,  M.D.  (1864).. Died  1907 

1893  Frederic  R.  Coudert,  LL.D.  (1850) Resigned  1901 

1894  Hermann  H.  Cammann 

1894  William  G.  Lathrop,  Jr.  (1862) : Died  1896 

1896  Edward  B.  Coe,  D.D.,  LL.D Died  1914 

1897  William  Barclay  Parsons  (1879) 

1897  Frederic  Bronson  (1871) Died  1900 

1899  George  G.  De  Witt  (1867) Died  1912 

1900  Francis  S.  Bangs  (1877) 

1900  Benjamin  Aymar  Sands  (1874) 

1901  Abram  S.  Hewitt,  LL.D.  (1842) Died  1903 


18  CHAIRMEN. 

1901  Edwakd  L.  Trudeau,  M.D.  (1871) Resigned  1904 

1902  Nicholas  Murray  Butler,  Ph.D.,  LL.D.,  Litt.D.   (Oxon),   (1882) :.., 

1903  J.  PiERPONT  Morgan Died  1913 

1903  John  S.  Kenneijy Died  1909 

1904  Timothy  Matlack  Cheesman,  M.D.   (1874) 

1906  Horace  W.  Carpentier   (1848) 

1907  Marcellus  Hartley  Dodge  (1903) 

1908  William  T.  Manning,  S.T.D.   (1905) 

1908  David  H.  Greer,  S.T.D.  (1904) •. 

1909  Benjamin  B.  Lawrence,  E.M.   (1878) Retired  1915 

(Alumni  Trustee,  1909-1915) 

1909  Willard  V.  King  (1889) 

1910  William  Fellowes  Morgan,  E.M.  (1880) Retired  1916 

(Alumni  Trustee,  1910-1916) 

1910  Stephen  Baker 

1912  James  Duane  Livingston    ( 1880) 

(Alumni  Trustee,  1912-1917) 

1912  Frederic  R.  Coudert  (1890) 

1913  Walter  Mendelson,  M.D 

(Alumni  Trustee,  1913-1918) 

1913  Chj\rles  F.  Hoffman 

1914  George  L.  Ingraham 

(Alumni  Trustee,  1914-1919) 

1915  Ambrose  D.  Henry 

(Alumni  Trustee,  1915-1920) 

1916  Arthur  S.  Dvi^ight 

(Alumni  Trustee,  1916-1921) 
1916  Newton    Carlton 

CHAIRMEN 

OF    THE   GOVERNORS    UNDER   THE  ROYAL   CHARTER 

The  Governor  of  the  Province,  or  person  next  in  rank, 
or  Senior  Governor 

OF  the  regents,  1784-1787 

The  Chancellor  of  the  University,  or  Vice-Chancellor,  or  Senior  Regent 
OF  the  trustees 
Elected 

1787  JAMES    DUANE Resigned  1795 

1795  SAMUEL  PROVOOST,  S.T.D Resigned  1801 

1801  JOHN  H.  LIVINGSTON,  S.T.D.; Resigned  1810 

1810  RICHARD  VAftlCK Resigned  1816 

1816  BROCKHOLST   LIVINGSTON,    LL.D ; Died  1823 

1823  RICHARD  HARISON,  LL.D Resigned  1823 

1,823  WILLIAM  MOORE,  M.D Died  1824 

1824  NICHOLAS  FISH Resigned  1832 

1832  PETER  A.  JAY,  LL.D Died  1843 

1843  DAVID  B.  OGDEN,  LL.D Died  1849 

,1849  EDWARD  W.  LAIGHT .Resigned  1850 


PRESIDENTS  OF  THE  COLLEGE.  19 

1850  BEVERLY   ROBINSON Resigned  1854 

1854  JOHN   KNOX,   S.T.D Died  1858 

1858  GARDINER   SPRING,    S.T.D Resigned  1859 

1859  HAMILTON  FISH,  LL.D Died  1893 

1893  WILLIAM    C.    SCHERMERHORN Died  1903 

1903  GEORGE  L.  RIVES,  LL.D ". 

CLERKS 

of  the  board  of  governors 

Lambert  Moore 

OF    THE   board    OF    REGENTS,    1784-1787 

Robert  Harpur,  A.M. 

of  the  trustees 
Elected 

1787  Robert  Harpur,  A.M Resigned  1795 

1795  Abraham   Beach,   S.T.D Resigned  1811 

1811  William  Harris,  S.T.D '. Resigned  1811 

1811  John  B.  Romeyn,  S.T.D.-. Resigned  1815 

1815  Clement  C.  Moore,  LL.D Resigned  1850 

1850  William  Betts,  LL.D Resigned  1874 

1874  Anthony  Halsey,  A.M Died  1879 

1879  Gerard  Beekman,  A.M.,  LL.B , Resigned  1891 

1891  John  B.  Pine,  A.B 

TREASURERS  OF  THE  COLLEGE 

Elected 

1775  Leonard  Lispenard,  A.B Resigned  1784 

1784  Brockholst  Livingston,  LL.D ; Died  1823 

1823  Nicholas  Fish '. Resigned  1823 

1824  William  Johnson,  LL.D.. . , t , Resigned  1833 

1833  John  L.  Lawrence,  A.B : Died  1849 

1849  Gerrit  G.  Van  Wagenen,  A.B Died  1858 

1858  GouvERNEUR  M.  Ogden,  A.B Died  1884 

1885  John  McLean  'Nash,  A.M.,  LL.B Died  1916 

1916  Frederick  A.  Goetze,  M.Sc '. 

PRESIDENTS  OF  THE  COLLEGE 

UNDER  THE  ROYAL  CHARTER 

Elected 

1754  SAMUEL    JOHNSON,    S.T.D ".Resigned  1763 

1763  MYLES  COOPER,  LL.D , : Retired  1775 

1775   BENJAMIN  MOORE,  A.M.    (.pro  tempore,  in  the  absence  of  the 

President) Resigned    1776' 

UNDER  THE   NEW    CHARTER 

1787  WILLIAM  SAMUEL  JOHNSON,  LL.D Resigned  1800 

1801  CHARLES  H.  WHARTON,  S.T.D Resigned  1801 


20  PROVOSTS. 

1801  BENJAMIN  MOORE,  S.T.D ^ Resigned  1811 

1811  WILLIAM  HARRIS,   S.T.D Died  1829 

1829  WILLIAM  ALEXANDER  DUER,  LL.D Resigned  1842 

1842  NATHANIEL  F.   MOORE,   LL.D Resigned  1849 

1849  CHARLES  KING,  LL.D Resigned  1864 

1864  FREDERICK  A.  P.  BARNARD,  S.T.D.,  LL.D.,  L.H.D.,  D.C.L.,  Ph.D.... Died  1889 

1867  HENRY  DRISLER,  LL.   D.    (.pro  tempore,  in  the  absence  of  the 

President)     1867 

1888   HENRY   DRISLER,    LL.D.    (pro   tempore,   in  the   abence  of   the 

President)     1889 

1890  SETH  LOW,  LL.D .' Resigned  1901 

1899  JOHN   HOWARD   VAN  AMRINGE,   Ph.D.,   L.H.D.,  LL.D.,    (pro 

tempore,  in  the  abence  of  the  President) 1899 

1901  NICHOLAS  MURRAY  BUTLER,  Ph.D.,  LL.D.,  D.Litt.   (Oxon.) 


■     PROVOSTS 

1811  JOHN  M.  MASON,  S.T.D \ Resigned  1816 

1912  WILLIAM  H.  CARPENTER,  Ph.D 


OFFICERS  OF  INSTRUCTION  AND  ADMINISTRATION  21 


OFFICERS  OF  INSTRUCTION  AND  ADMINISTRATION 

The  following  list  includes  in  alphabetical  order  the  names  of  all  persons  appointed 
by  the  Trustees  since  the  .foundation  of  King's  College  in  17S4,  with  the  exception  of 
those  appointed  only  for  the  Summer  Session  or  for  Extension  Teaching.  The  record 
includes  only  those  appointments  in  the  College  o:^  Physicians  and  Surgeons,  Barnard 
College,  Teachers  College,  and  the  College  of  Pharmacy  in  effect  during  the  period  of 
union  with  Columbia  University.  Furthermore,  as  the  junibr  officers  in  Teachers  College 
and  the  College  of  Pharmacy  and  the  clinical  assistants  at  the  College  of  Physicians  and 
Surgeons  are  not  appointed  by  the  Trustees  of  Columbia  College,  their  names  and 
records  do  not  appear, in  the  list.  In  the  case  of  those  officers  who  hold  degrees  from 
this  institution,  the  first  degree  only  will  be  indicated,  further  information  being  available 
later  in  the  volume  under  the  course  and  year  to  which  reference  is  thus  made.  In  the 
case  of  officers  who  do  not  hold  Columbia  degrees,  the  academic  records  are  given  here 
in  so  far  as  possible.  In  many  cases,  however,  the  Committee  has  been  unable  to  obtain 
this  information,  and  it  is  requested  that  any  further  details  which  may  be  known  to 
readers  of  the  volume  be  forwarded  to  the  Committee. 

Those  who  are  interested  in  the  historical  development  of  the  several  professorial 
chairs  and  departments  of  instruction  should  consult  also  the  General  Catalogue,  editions 
of  1900  and  1906,  in  which  there  are  separate  historical  records  for  each  grade  of 
instruction  and  for  each  professorship.  Considerations  of  space  have,  unfortunately, 
rendered  it  impossible  to  reproduce  the  record  in  the  present  volume. 

The  abbreviations  used  are  as  follows: 

Adj.,  Adjunct  Instr..  Instructor 

Asst..  Assistant  Led,  Lecturer 

Assoc,  Associate  Res.,  liesigned 

Demonstr.,  Demonstrator  Ret.,  Retired  (term  expired) 

Emer.,  Epieritus 

The  present  system  of  academic  grades  was  adopted  in  December,  1890.  Previously 
the  terms  Assistant,  Tutor,  Lecturer,  and  Instructor,  were  used  more  or  less  inter- 
changeably, 


Officers  Appointed  by  the  Trustees 

1754-1916 


Robert  Abbe, 

M.  D.  74;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  70;  1898  First 
appt.;  1908  Assoc.  Clin.  Surg.;  Ret.  1913. 

Allan  Abbott, 

A.  B.  1913  (Mar.)  Asst.  Prof.  English. 

Herbert  Vaughan  Abbott, 

A.  B.  Amherst  85.  1898  First  appt.  (T.  C). 
1904  Adj.  Prof.  English  (T.  C);  Res.  1905. 

Nathan  Abbott, 

A.  B.  Yale  77;  LL.  B.  Boston  93.  1906  First 
Appt.;    1907   Prof.  Law. 

Theodore  Jacob  Abbott, 

M.  D.  00;- A.  B.  Harvard  96;  1907  Demonstr. 
Physiol.;  Ret.  1908;  1912  Asst.  Dis.  of  Children; 
Ret.  1913. 

H.  T.  Abrams, 

1911  (Feb.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.,  Ret.  (June)  1911. 

George  Nicholas  Acker,  Jr., 

M.  D.  14;  B.  S.  Pennsylvania  09.  1916  Instr. 
Pharmacology — 

Frederick  Lee  Ackerman, 

B.  Arch.  Cornell  01.  1915  Lect.  Arch.;  Ret. 
1916. 

John  Douglas  Adam, 

D.  D.  Rutgers  99.     1916  (Apr.)  Assoc.  Religion 

Ilanford  Curtis  Adams, 

E.  E.  08;  A.  B.  Wesleyan  1905;  1908  Asst. 
Elec.  Eng.,  Ret.  1909. 

Felix  Ajiler, 

A.  B.  70;  Ph.  D.  Heidelberg  73.     1902  Prof.  Soc- 
ial   and    Polit.    Ethics;     1907    Roosevelt    Prof. 
Berlin- 
Robert  Adrian, 

LL.  D.  (Hon.)  18.  1813  Prof. 
Nat.  Hist.;  1820  Math,  and  Astron 
Died   1843. 

Vanderpoel  Adriance, 

M.  D.  93;  A.  B.  Williams  90. 
Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1897. 

Eugene  Ewald  Agger, 

Ph.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Cincinnati,  01;'  A.  M.,  02, 
1907  First  appt.;  1916  Assoc.  Prof.  Econo 
mics^ 


Math,    and 
Res.  1825; 


1896    Asst. 


Cornelius  Rea  Agnew, 

M.  D.  52;  A.  B.  49;  A.  M.  80.  1867  Firtt 
appt.;  1869  Clin.  Prof.;  Dis.  of  Eye  and  Ear; 
1874-88   Trustee;   Died    1888. 

Hugh  Aikman, 

1909  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1910. 

Fred  Hotidlett  Albee, 

A.  B.  Bowdoin  99;  M.  D.  Harvard  03.  1908 
First  appt.;  1909  (Jan.)  Instr.  Orth.  Surg.; 
Res.  1911. 

Archibald  Alexander, 

A.  B.  Princeton  75;  A.  M.  77-  1877  First 
appt.;  1881  Prof.  Philos.,  Ethics  and  Psych.; 
Res.  1889. 

Luther  Herbert  Alexander, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Toronto  83;  A.  M.  85.  1912 
Instr.  Rom.  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

David  Gordon  Allen, 

M.  D.  03.  1907  Asst.  Bact.  and  Hygiene; 
Ret.  1909. 

Harold  Felton  Allen, 

Mech.  E.  15.     1915  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  1916. 

Henry  Butler  Allen, 

Met.  E.  11.  1911  .\sst.  Metallurgy;  Res.  (Oct.) 
1911. 

Robert  Lawrence  Allen. 

A.  M.  87;  A.  B.  86;  E.  E.  88.  1886  Fellow, 
Asst.   Astron.;    Res.    1888. 

Benjamin  Roy  Allison, 

M.  D.  16;  B.  S.  Dartmouth  11.  1915  Asst. 
Path.;  Ret.    (Dec.)    1915. 

Frank  F.  Almv, 

1909  Lect.  Physics;  Ret.  1910. 

Edgar  Altenburg, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  B.  11;  A.  M.  12.  1911  Asst. 
Botany^ 

Thaddeus  Hoyt  Ames, 

A.  B.  Mich.  05;  M.  D.  07.     1915  Instr.  Clin. 

Neurology — 

Alexander  Pierce  Anderson, 

B.  S.  Minnesota  94;  M.  S.  95;  Ph.  D.  Munich 
97.      1901    Curator   Herbarium;   Ret.   1902. 


22 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


23 


Benjamin  McAlester  Anderson,  Jr., 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Missouri  06;  A.  M.  Illinois  10. 
1911  Instr,  Economics;  Res.  1913. 

Henry  James  Anderson, 

M.  D.  24;  A.  B.  18;  A.  M.  2fl;  LL.  D.  50. 
1825  Prof.  Math,  and  Astron:  Res.  1843;  Enter. 
1866;    1851-75   Trustee;   Died   1875. 

Benjamin  Richard  Andrews, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Cornell  01;  A.  M.  03.  1913 
(Mar.)   Asst.  Prof.  Household  Arts   (T.  C.)— 

Grace  Andrews, 

Ph.  D.  01;  A.  M.  99;  B.  S.  Wellesley  90. 
1900  Asst.  Math.;  Ret.  1902. 

James  Clarence  Andrews, 

B.  S.  Iowa  15.     1915  Asst.  Chem. — 

William  Claflin  Andrews, 

E.  E.  95.     1898  (Feb.)  Asst.  Physics;  Res.  1900.' 

James  Rowland  Angell, 

A.  M.  Mich.  91;  A.  M.  Harvard  92.  1915 
(Feb.)  -Non-resident  Lect.  in  Psychology;  Ret. 
(June)    1915. 

Charles  Anthon, 

A.  B.  15;  LL.  D.  (Hon.)  31.  1820  First 
■appt.;  1830  Jay  Prof.  Greek  and  Latin  Langs, 
and  Lits. ;  1857  Jay  Prof.  Greek  Lang,  and 
Lit.;  Died  1867. 

William  Arnold  Anthony, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  56.  1898  Lect.  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret. 
1899. 

Morton  Arendt, 

E.  E.  98.  1902  First  appt;  1910  Asst.  Prof. 
■  Elec.  Eng. — 

Addison  Cooke  Armstrong, 

C.  E.  08.     1908  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Res.  1909. 

Edwin  Howard  Armstrong, 

E.  E.  13.     1913  Asst!  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1914. 

Henry  Newton  Arnold, 

A.  M.  99;  LL.  B  99;  A.  B.  Harvard,  96.  1912 
Lect.  Mining  Law;  Ret.  1914.  1915  Lect.  Min. 
Law;  Ret.  1916. 

Morris  Le  Roy  Arnold, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Minnesota  04;  A.  M.  Harvard 
05.'   1907  Asst.  English;  Ret.  1908. 

Henry  V.  Arny, 

Ph.  M.  Phila  Coll.  Pharm.  89;  Ph.  D.  Gottingen 
96.      1911  Prof.  Chem.,  Coll.  Phar.— 

Robert  Arrowsmith, 

Ph..  D.  84;  A.  B.  82,;  A.  M.  83.  1883  Asst. 
Modern  Langs.;  Ret.   1885.- 

Sidney  Gillespie  Ashmore, 

A.  M.  75;  A.  B  72;  L.  H.  D.  Hobart  87.  1876 
Tutor  Latin;  Res:  1881. 

Richard  Travis  Atkins, 

M.  D.  Bellevue,  06.  1916  Instr.  Laryngology 
and  Otology. — 

Albert  W.  Atwood, 

A.  B.  Amherst,  03.     1915  Assoc.  Journalism. — 


Hugh  Auchincloss, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Yale,  01.  1905  Asst.  Clin. 
Path.;  Ret.  1907;  1909  Instr.  Surg.;  1916  Assoc. 
Surg.— 

James  Cook  Ayer, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Harvard  86.  1904  First  appt.; 
1906  Instr.  Clin.  Surg.;  Res.   1909. 

Charles  Sidney  Aylmer-Small, 

E.  E.  99.     1899  Asst.  Elect.  Eng.;  Ret.  1901. 

Charles  Hamilton  Ayres, 

A.  B.  Harvard  98;  LL.  B.  05.  1906  Lect.  Law; 
Ret.  1907. 

Daniel  Roe  Ayres, 

M,  D.  09;  A.  B.  Harvard  05.  1911  Instr.  Gyne- 
cology; Ret.  1913;  1916  Instr.  Gynaecology — 

Harry  Morgan  Ayres, 

A.  B.  Harvard  02;  Ph.  D.  08.  1908  First  appt. 
1912  (Mar.)  Asst.  Prof.  English — 

53 
B 

Eugene  Howard  Babbitt, 

A.  B.  Harvard  86.  1891  Instr.  Germanic 
Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res.  1901. 

Earle  D.  Babcock, 

Ph.  B.  Chicago  03.  1914  Lect.  Romance  Langs.; 
Res.  1915. 

Henry  Grinnell  Babcock, 

C.  E.  08.     1908  Asst.  Drawing;  Ret.  1909. 

Henry  Michael  Bach, 

A.  M.  12;  Chem.  E.  11.  1911  Asst.  Anal. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1912. 

Richard  Franz  Bach, 

A.  B.  08.  1910  First  appt.  Igl3;  Curator  in 
Arch. — 

Gorham  Bacon, 

A.  B.  Harvard  75;  M.  D.  Bellevue  78.  1904 
Prof.  Otology;  Res.  1916. 

Frederick  William  Baeslack, 

A.  M.  05;  A.  B..Amherst  02.  1904  (Apr.)  Asst. 
Botany;  Ret.  (June)   1904. 

Elijah  William  Bagstef-Collins. 

A.   M    98;  A.  B.  Brown  97.      1897  Fi^st  appt. 
'      (T.  C);    1910  Assoc.  Prof.  German   (T.  C.)— 

Charles  Harvey  Bailey, 

A.  B.  Brown  03;  M.  D.  Harvard  10.  1914 
(May)  Asst.  in  Cancer  Research;  Res.  1914 
(Aug.). 

Frederick  Randolph  Bailey, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Princeton  92;  A.  M.  93.  1895 
First  appt.;  04  Adj.  Prof.  Histology  and  Embry- 
ology; Res.  1909. 

Pearce  Bailey, 

M.  D.  89;  A.  B.  Princeton  86;  A.  M. '89.  1894 
First  appt.;  1907  Asst.  Prof.  Neurology,  Res. 
.1910. 

Richard  Bailey, 

1792  Prof.  Anat.;  1793  Prof.  Surg.;  Died   1811. 

Joseph  Hershey  Bair, 

Ph.  D.  03;  Ph  B.  Grove  City  College  99;  Ph.  & 
Michigan  00;  A.  M.  01.  1902  Asst.  Anthropl 
ology,  Ret.  1903. 


24 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


Franklin  Thomas  Baker, 

A.  M.  00;  A.  B.  Dickinson  85;  A.  M.  89;  Litt. 

D.  08.  1892  Prof.  English  Lang,  and  Lit.  (T. 
O— 

George  Hall  Baker, 

A  B.  Amlierst  74;  A.  M.  78.  1884  First  appt.; 
1889  Librarian,  Enter.  99;  Died  1911. 

Harry  T.  Baker, 

A.  B.  Syracuse  04.  1906  Sec.  Earl  Hall;  Ret. 
1908. 

John  Clark  Baker, 

Pli.  D.  16;  B.  S.  Upper  Iowa  10;  M.  Pd.  New 
Mexico  Normal  13.  1913  Lab.  Asst.  Eng. 
Chem.;  1915  Asst.  Eng.  Chenl.;  Ret.  1916. 

Charles  Sears  Baldwin, 

Ph.  D.;  A.  B.  88;  A.  M.  89.  1889  First  appt.; 
1894  Instr.  Rhetoric;  Ret.  1895;  1911  Prof. 
Rhetoric  and  Eng.  Comp. — 

Elizabeth  G.  Baldwin, 

1898  Librarian  (T.  C.) — 

Alonzo   Brayton   Ball, 

M.  D.  63;  A.  B.  Yale  60.  1870  Lect.  Dis.  of 
Kidneys;  Ret.  76;  1884  Lect.  Med.;  Ret.  88; 
1897  Prof.  Clin.  Med.;  Emer.  1905;  Died  1908. 

Margaret  Elizabeth  Ball, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  M.  03;  A.  B.  Mt.  Holyoke  00; 
1904  Asst.  English;  Ret.  1906. 

Arnold  Kent  Balls, 

B.  S.  Pennsylvania  12.  1915  (Nov.)  Asst.  Biol. 
Chem. — 

Charles  W.  Ballard, 

Ph.  C.     1907  Asst.  to  Dean  Coll.  Phar. — 

J.  Arthur  Balmford, 

E.  E.    15.     1915    Asst.    Elec.    Eng.— 

Frederic  Bancroft, 

Ph.  D.  85;  A.  B.  Amherst  82.  1889  First  appt.; 
1898-99  Lect.  Diplomacy;  Ret.  1899. 

Frederic  W.  Bancroft, 

A.  B.  Stanford  02;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  06. 
1914  Asst  Surg.;  1916  Instr.  Clin  Surg. — 

Adolph  Francis  Alphonse  Bandelier, 

1904  Lect.  Amer.  Archeology;  Ret.  1911. 

Clarence  Garfield  Bandler, 

M.  D.  04.  1914  (Dec.)  Instr,  Clinical  Genito- 
urinary Dis. — 

David  Bandler, 

LL.  B.  94;  A.  B.  92.  1894  Lect.  Law;  Ret. 
1897. 

Charles  Everett  Banker, 

■       M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Williams  93.     1900  Asst.  His- 
tology; Ret.   1908. 

Harold  Purdy  Banks, 

E.  M.  11;  A.  B.  08.  1912  Assistant  in  Metal- 
lurgy; Ret.   1914. 

Lucius  Waird  Bannister, 

A.  B.  Stamford  93;  LL.  B.  Harvard  96.  1916 
Assoc.   Law — 


Samuel  Bard, 

M.  D.  (Hon.)  1768;  M.  D.  Edinburgh  1765; 
LL.  D.  Princeton  1815.  1767  Prof.  Theory  and 
Prac.  of  Med.;  Ret.  1776;  1770  Prof,  of  Mid- 
wifery; Ret.  1776;  1784  Prof.  Chem.;  1785 
Prof.  Nat.  Phil,  "and  Astron.;  Res.  1786;  1786 
Prof.  Chem.;  Ret.  1787;  1792  Dean  Fac.  Med.; 
Res.   1804;   1787  Trustee;  Res.   1804. 

Henry  Bargy, 

B  es  L.  Paris  90;  Licenci§  es  Lettres  93;  1898 
First  appt.  1905  Instr.  Romance  Langs,  and 
Lits.;  Res.  (Dec.)    1908. 

Frederick  Augustus  Porter  Barnard, 

A.  B.  Yale  28;  A.  M.,  LL.  D.,  59;  LL.  D. 
Jeff.  Coll.  (Miss.)  55;  S.  T.  D.  Uijiv.  Miss.  61; 
L.  H.  D.  Regents  Univ.  N.  Y.  State  72;  D.  C. 

D.  King's  Coll.  (Nova  Scotia)  87;  Ph.  D. 
(Hon.)  St.  John's  College,  Annapolis,  Md.,  88, 
1864  President;  Died  1889. 

George  E.  Barnett, 

A.  B.  Randolph-Macon  91;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hop- 
kins 01.     1916  Lect.  Economics — 

Frederic  Tames  Barrett, 

M.  D.  05."    1908  Asst.  Clin  Med.;Rej.  1914. 

Frederick  Barry, 

A.  B.  Harvard  97;  A.  M.  09;  Ph.  D.  11.  1912 
Instr.  Chem. — 

Frederic  Huntington  Bartlett, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  M.  98;  A.  B.  Harvard  95.  1909 
First   appt.;    1915    Dis.    of   Children— 

Simon  Baruch, 

M.  D.  Virginia  62.  1907  Prof.  Hydrotherapy; 
Res.  1913. 

Walter  Arthur  Bastedo, 

M.  D.  99;  Ph.  G.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  94.  1903 
First  appt.;  1908  Assoc.  Pharmacology  and 
Therapeutics;    1916   Asst.    Prof.    Clin.    Med. —  • 

Clififord  Rush  Bateman, 

LL.  B.  78;  A.  B.  Amherst  67.  1881  Lect.  Ad- 
minis.  Law;   1882  also  Instr.  Hist.;  Died  1883. 

Ernest  Sutherland  Bates, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  Michigan  02;  A.  M.  03. 
1907  Tutor  English;  Res.  1908. 

John  Seaman  Bates, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  B.  Acadia  08;  B.  Sc.  09.  1911 
Lab.  Asst.  Eng'g  Chem.;  I}et.  1912. 

Albert  Philip  Baumann, 

E.  M.  99.     1899  Asst.  Metallurgy;  ifct.' 1900. 

George  Strong  Baxter, 

E.  M.  68;  A.  B.  Williams  65.  1868  Asst.  Geol.; 
Ret.    1869. 

George  James  Bayles, 

Ph.  D.  95;  A.  B.  91;  A.  M.  92;  LL.  B.  93. 
1897  First  appt.;  1908  Assoc.  Ecclesiology ;  Ret. 
1913. 

Hal  Trueman  Beans, 

Ph.  D.  04;  B.  S.  Nebraska  99;  A.  M.  00.  1903 
First  appt.;  1916  Assoc.  Prof.  Chem. — 

Jesse  E.  Beans, 

1910  First  appt.;  1911  Instr.  Drawing;  Ret. 
1914. 

Charles  Austin  Beard, 

Ph.  D.  04;  A.  M.  03;  Ph.  B.  De  Pauw  98. 
1904  First  appt.;   1915  Prof.  Politics— 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


25 


Gilbert  Addams  Beaver, 

B.  S.  Pennsylvania  State  90.  1904  Sec.  Earl 
Hall;  Res.  1905. 

Alexander  Otto  Bechert, 

A.  M.  04;  A.  B.  03.  1906  First  appt.;  1910 
Instr.  Germanic  Langs  and  Lits. ;  Ret.   1913. 

Frank  Chester  Becker, 

A.  B.  Wesleyan  05.  1907  Asst.  Philos.;  Res. 
1908;  1912  Lect.  Philos.;  Ret.  1913. 

Frank  Edwin  Beckwith, 

M.  D.  71;  A.  M.  Yale  81.  1875  Lect.  Dis.  of 
Children;  Ret.  1876. 

Alfred  Lockwood  Beebe, 

Ph.  B.  80.  1881  First  appt.;  1884  Tutorial 
Fellow  Chera.;  Res.   1887. 

William  Henry  Harrison  Beebe, 

1890  Secretary  to  the  President;  1895  Sec- 
retary of  the  University;  Res.  1902;  Died  1906. 

George  Louis  Beer, 

A.  M.  93;  A.  B.  92.  1894  Lect.  Hist.;  Res. 
1898. 

Christopher  Mildeberger  Bell, 

M.  D.  65.  1870  Curator  Museum  (Medical); 
Ret.  1871;  Died  1902. 

James  Warsaw  Bell, 

Ph.  B.  Mississippi  98;  A.  M.  09.  1916  Lect. 
Economics — 

Alon  Bement, 

1911  Asst.  Prof.  Fine  Arts  (T.  C.)— 

George  Bendelari, 

A.  B.  Harvard  74;  A.  M.  (Hon.)  Yale  88.  1894 
Lect.  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits.;  Ret.  1895. 

Andrew  Bender, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  B.  Lebanon  Valley  Coll.  06.  1912 
Instr.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1914. 

Stanley  R.  Benedict, 

B.  A.  Cincinnati  06;  Ph.  D.  Yale  08.  1909 
Assoc.  Biol.  Chem.;  Res.  1910. 

Charles  Prentice  Benns, 

M.  E.  Stevens  89.  1897  First  appt.  (T.  C); 
1908  Supt.  Bldgs.  and  Grounds"  (T.  C);  Ret. 
1914. 

Walter  Bensel, 

M.  D.  90.  1910  Assor.  Hygiene  and  Preven- 
tive Med. — 

Wray  Annin  Bentley, 

B.  S."  98.  1900  (Jan.)  Instr.  Metallurgy;  Res. 
1902. 

Benjamin  H.  Benton, 

1867  Registrar  School  of  Mines;  Ret.  1869. 

Fritz  Berckheimer, 

Doc.  Nat.  Science,  Tiibin'gen  13.  1913  Curator 
Paleontology;  Ret.   1914. 

Albert  Ashton  Berg, 

M.  D.  94;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  91.  1910  Assoc. 
CUn.  Surg.;  Ret.  1914. 

Henry  Woolfe  Berg; 

M.  D.  81;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  78.  1902  First 
appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Dis.  of  Children — 


William  Nathan  Berg, 

Ph.  D.  07;  B.  S.  04.  1904  First  appt.;  1907 
Tutor  Biol,  Chem.;  Ret.  1908. 

Henri  Bergson, 

Litt.  D.  13;  Professor  of  Philosophy,  Coll.  of 
France  12-13;  Visiting  French  Professor — 

Frances  Campbell  Berkeley, 

A.  M.  04;  A.  B.  02.  1902  Asst.  English;  Ret. 
1904. 

Charles  Peter  Berkey, 

B.  S.  Minnesota  92;  M.  S.  93;  Ph.  D.  97. 
1903  First  appt.;  1913  Assoc.  Prof.  Geol. — 

Richard  Walter  Berliner, 

Mech.  E.  04.  1903  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret. 
1904. 

Abraham  Charles  Bernheim, 

Ph.  D.  85;  Ph.  B.  83;  LL.  B.  83.  1888  First 
appt.;  1894  Lect.  Polit.  History  State  and  City 
N.  Y.;  Died  189S. 

James  Fuller  Berry, 

A.  M.  96;  A.  B.  94.  1894  Asst.  Math.;  Ret. 
1895. 

Robert  Bersohn, 

A.  M.  14;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  11.  1914  Asst. 
Biol.  Chem.;  Ret.  1915. 

Felix  G.  Berteau, 

LL.  B.  1839  Prof,  of  the  French  Language; 
Ret.  1856. 

Beverley  .Robinson  Betts, 

A.  M.  49i  A.  B.  46.     1865  Librarian;  Ret.  1883. 

William  Betts, 

A.  M.  23;  A.  B.  20;  LL.  D.  50.  1848  Prof. 
Law;  Res.  1854;  1842-1884  Trustee;  Dted_1884. 

Gottlieb  Augustus  Betz, 

A.  B.  Rochester  01;  A.  M.  Pennsylvania  11; 
Ph.  D.  13.    1913  Instr.  Germ.  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Warren  Stone  Bickham, 

■    M.   D.   87;   Ph.   M.   Louisiana   86.     1900  Asst. 
Instr.  Operative  Surg.;  Res.  1906. 

Marshall  Spring  Bidwell, 

LL.  D.  Union  43;  Yale  58.  1860  Lect.  Law; 
Died  1872. 

Maurice  Alpheus  Bigelow, 

B.  S.  Ohio  Wesleyan  94;  M.  S.  Northwestern 
96;  Ph.  D.  Harvard  01.  1899  First  appt.  (T. 
C);  1907  Prof.  Biol.  (T.  C.)— 

George  Patten  Biggs, 

M.  D.  Bellevue  89.  1897  Demonstr.  Path.  Anat. ; 
Res.   1904. 

Dino  Bigongiari, 

A.  B.  02.  1904  First  appt.;  1914  (Mar.)  Asst. 
Romance  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Charles  Earl  Bikle, 

A.  B.  Dickinson  86;  A.  M.  89.  1897  Adj.  Prof. 
Math.  (T.  C);  Res.  1908. 


John  Shaw  Billings, 


A.  B.  Miami  57;  A.  M.  60;  M.  D.  Ohio  Med. 
Coll.;  LL.  D.  Edinburgh  84;  Harvard  86;  Buda- 
Pesth  96;  Yale  01;  Johns  Hopkins  02;  M.  D. 
Munich  89;  Dublin  92;  D.  C.  L.  Oxford  89. 
1883  Lect.  Sanitary  Engineering  and  Hygiene; 
Ret.  1893. 


26 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


Arthur  Walker  Bingham, 

M.  D.  00;  A.  B.  Yale  96.  1903  First  appt.'; 
1911  Instr.  Physiol,  and  Asst.  Dis.  Children; 
Ret.  1913. 

J.  Malcolm  Bird, 

A.  B.  13.      1914  Asst.  Math.;  Ret.  1916. 

Ben  Hinman  Bisbee, 

C.  E.  Cornell  01.  1903  Tutor  Civil  Eng.;  Ret. 
1904. 

Walter  Stanley  Biscoe, 

A.  B.  Amherst  74.  1886  Lect.  Catalog,  and 
Classification;  Ret.  1890. 

Frank  Warner  Bishop, 

M.  D.  12;  B.  S.  10.      1915  Instr.  Physiology— 

John  Bisset, 

1795  Prof.  Rhet.  and  Belles-Lettres ;  Ret.  1799. 

Wilhelm  Friman  Bjerknes, 

Ph.  D.;  Professor  of  Mechanics  and  Math, 
Physics,  University  of  Stockholm — .  1905-06 
Lecturer  in  Math.  Physics;  Ret.  1906. 

Adolph  Black, 

C.  E.  94.  1894  First  appt..;  1906  Asst.  Prof. 
Civil  Eng.;  Ret.  1912. 

Hugh  B.  Blackwell, 

M.  D.  Virginia  01.      1909  Instr.  Clin.  Otology— 

Edwin  Mortimer  Blake, 

Ph.  D.  93;  E.  M.  90.  1891  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.; 
1893  Asst.  Math.;  Ret.  1895. 

Joseph  Augustus  Blake, 

M.  D.  89;  A.  B.  Yale  85;  Ph.  B.  86;  A.  M. 
(Hon.)  09.  1891  First  anpt.;  1903  Prof,  Surg.; 
Ret.   1913. 

William  Blancard, 

M.  D.  04.  1907  First  appt.;  1908  Instr.  Genito- 
urinary Dis.;  Rei.  1911. 

Arthur  Horace  Blanchard, 

A.  M.  02;  C.  E.  Brown  90.  1911  Prof.  High- 
way Eng. — 

Julian  Blanchard, 

A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  Trinity  (N.  C.)  05.  1906 
(Feb.)  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1909;  1913  Lect. 
Physics;  Res.  1915. 

Wyndam  Boiling  Blanton, 

M.  D.  — ;  A.  B.  Hampden-Sidney  10;  A.  M. 
Virginia  12.     1916  Asst.  Path. — 

Edwin  H.  Blashfield, 

1898  Advisory  Committee  on  Art — 

Francis  Blossom, 

C.   E.  91.      1891   Asst.   Mech.   Eng.;  Res.   1892. 

Thomas  Monahan  Blossom, 

A.  B.  66.     1870  Asst.  Assaying;  Ret.  1872. 

Edward  Thomas  Boag, 

1868  Clerk,  School  of  Medicine;  92  Registrar 
same;  00  Asst.  Registrar  of  the  Univ.;  Died 
1909. 

Franz  Boas, 

Ph.  D.  Kiel  81;  LL.  D.  Clark  09;  Sc.  D.  Ox- 
ford' 12.  1896  First  appt.;  Dir.  International 
Sch.  Am.  Archaeology  and  Ethnology — 


Helene  Mane  Boas, 

A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  09.     1911  Asst.  Botany;  Ret. 
1913. 

Marston  Taylor  Bogert, 

Ph.  B.  94;  A.  B.  90;  LL.  D.  Clark  09.      1894 
First  appt.;   1904  Prof.  Organic  Chem. — 

Norman  Towar  Boggs, 

A.    M.    06;    A.    B.    Princeton    04.       1915    Lect. 
Philos.— 

Traiigott   Bohme, 

Ph.  D.  Berlin  09.     1914  First  appt.;  1916  Instr. 
nerm.  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Myrick  N.  Bolles, 

Ph.  D.  03;  B.  S.  So.  Dak.  Agric.  Coll.  98.     1903 
Tutor  Metallurgy;  Res.  1905. 

Henry  Carrington  Bolton, 

A.  M.  66;  A.  B.  62;  Ph.  D.  Gottingen  66.     1872 
Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.   1877;  Died  1903. 

Stanley  Frank  Bond, 

E.    E.    07;   A.    B.    Middlebury   04.     1907    First 
appt.;  1908  Tutor  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1909. 

Frederick  Gordon  Bonser, 

Ph.  D.  11;  B.  S.  Illinois  01;  M.  S.  02.     1910 
First  appt.;  1916  Prof.  Educ. — 

James  Eliot  Booge, 

Ph.  D.   16;  Ph.  G.  Iowa  09;  Ph.  C.   10;  B.  A. 
14.     1916  Instr.  Chem.— 

John  Harvey  Borden, 

M.  D.  03;  A.'M.  03;  A.  B.  Yale  99.     1904  Asst. 
Bact.  and  Hyg.;  Ret.  1905. 

William  A.   Boring, 

1915  First  appt.;  1916  Prof.  Design — 

George  Willis  Botsford, 

A.  B.  Nebraska  84;  A,   M.  89;  Ph.  D.  Cornell 
91.     1902  First  appt.;  1910  Prof.  Hist.— 

David  Bovaird,  Jr., 

M.  D.  92;  A.  B.  Princeton  89.     1901  First  appt; 
1910  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

John  Bowden, 

A.    B.    1772.     1801    Prof.    Moral    Phil.;    Died 
1817. 

Henry  C.  Bowen, 

A.    B.      1877    First   appt.;    1891    Tutor   Quant. 
Ana!.;  Ret.   1897. 

John  Gabbert  Bowman, 

A.   B.   Iowa  99;    A.   M.  04.     1905   First  appt.; 
1906  Tutor  English;  Res.  (Feb.)   1907.- 

William  Ballantine  Boyd, 

M.  D.  05;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  97.     1911  Asst. 
Appl.  Therapeutics — 

Bayard  Boyesen, 

A.   B,   04.     1907   First  appt.;    1910  Instr.  Eng- 
lish; Ret.  1911. 

Hjalmar  Hjorth  Boyesen, 

1881   First  appt.;    1890  Prof.   Germanic  Langs, 
and  Lits.;  Died  1895.  ' 

Albert  Clarence  Boyle,  Jr., 

Ph.  D.   14;  A.  M.   10;  B.  S.;  M.   E.  Utah  06. 
1909  Asst.  Geol.;  Ret.  1910. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


27 


Alexander  Warfield  Bradford, 

LL.  D.  (Hon.)  61;  A.  B.  Union  32;  A.  M.  35. 
1860  Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1867. 

Harriet  Bradley, 

A.  M.  15;  A.  B.  Vassar  13.  1915  Lect.  Eco- 
nomics— 

Clement  S.  Brainin, 

A.  B.  08.      1911  Asst.  Phvsics;  Ret.  1915. 

Lillian  Brandt, 

B.  A.  Wellesley  95;  M.  A.  02.  1908  Asst  Soc- 
ial Econ. — 

John  Winters  Brannan, 

A.  B.  Harvard  74;  M.  D.  78.  1894  First  appt.; 
1897  Instr.  Gen.  Diagnosis;  Ret.  1900. 

Laura  C.  Brant, 

A.  B.  Brown  08;  A.  M.  09.  1912  Asst. 
Physics — 

Wilhelm  Alfred  Braun, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Toronto  95.  1900  First  appt.; 
1911  Assoc.  Prof.  Germanic  Langs.' and  Lits. — 

Joseph  Valentine  Breitwieser, 

Ph.  D.  11;  B.  S.  Central  Normal  Coll.  (Ind.) 
04;  A.  B-.  Indiana  07;  A.  M.  08.  1908  Asst. 
Psychol.;  Res.  1910. 

Edward  Christopher  Brenner, 

M.  D.  08;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  04.  1911  Asst. 
Clin.  Med.;  Ret.  1913, 

George  Emerson  Brewer, 

A.  B.  Hamilton  81;  A.  M.  82;  M.  D.  Buffalo 
84;  Harvard  85.  1892  First  appt.;  1914  (Feb.) 
Prof.  Surg.— 

Alice  Dorothy  Brewster, 

Ph.  D.  13;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  06.  1908  Asst.  Eng- 
lish; Ret.  1910. 

William  Tenney  Brewster, 

A.  B.  Harvard  92;  A.  M.  93.  1894  First  appt.; 
1906  Prof.  English  and  (1910)  Provost  of  Bar- 
nard Coll.  — 

Robert  Wesley  Briggs, 

A.  M.  12;  C.  E.  11.  1911  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Ret. 
1912.. 

Thomas  Henry  Briggs, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  B.  Wake  Forest  96.  1915  (Mar.) 
Assoc.  Prof.  Educ. — 

Nathan  Edwin  Brill, 

A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  77;  A.  M.  83;  M.  D.,  N.  Y. 
Uriiv.  80.     1910  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

Nathaniel  Lord  Britton, 

Ph.  D.-81;  E.  M.  79;  Sc.D.  04.  1879  First 
appt.;  1891  Prof.  Botany;  Emer.  1896;  Res. 
1908. 

Jean  Alice  Broadhurst, 

A.  M.  08;  B.  S.  03;  Ph.  D.  Cornell  14.  1902 
Asst.  Botany;  Ret.  1903;  1914  (Mar.)  Asst. 
Prof.  Biology — 

Frederick  John   Brockway, 

M.  D.  87-  A.  B.  Yale  82.  1891  Asst.  Dem- 
onstr.  Anat.;  Died  1901. 

,  George  Livingston  Brodhead, 

M.  D.  91.     1895  Instr.  Obstetrics;  Ret.  1897. 


■Jason  W.  Brodhead, 

1895  Registrar  School  of  Arts;  Ret.  1896. 

Philip  Ernest  Brodt, 

A.  B.  97.  1897  Asst.  Rhet.  and  Eng.  Comp.; 
Ret.  1899. 

Harriet  Brooks, 

A.  B.  McGill  98;  A.  M.  01.  1904  Tutor  Physics; 
Res.  1906. 

Alfred  Jerome  Brown, 

M.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Yale  99.  1909  First  appt.; 
1912  Instr.  Anat. — 

D.  Tilden  Brown, 

M.  D.  1867  Lect.  Psychol.  Med.;  Med.  Juris.; 
Ret.  1868. 

Francis  Brown, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  70;  A.  M.  73;  B.  D.  Union 
Theol.  Sem.  77;  Ph.  D.  Hamilton  84;  D.  D. 
Dartmouth  84;  LL.  D.  01;  LL.  D.  Yale  94; 
Glasgow  01;  Williams  08;  Harvard  09;  D.  Litt. 
Oxford  01.  1908  Pres.  Union  Theol.  Sem.  with 
seat  in  tlie  Universit"  Council — 

Harold  Chapman  Brown, 

A.  B.  Williams  01;  A.  M.  Harvard  03;  Ph.  D. 

05.  1906  First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Philos.;  i?e,t. 
1914. 

John  Earle  Brown, 

B.  S.    15.     1916    Asst.    Mineralogy — 

Julius  Arthur  Brown, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  02;  A.  M.  04;  B.  Sc.  Oxford 

06.  1915  (yeb.)  Lect.  Physics— 

Robert  Huse  Brown, 

S.  B.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  00.  1914  Lect.  Sanitary 
Eng.— 

Robert  Merida  Brown, . 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Harvard  01.  1908  (Jan.">  Asst. 
Surg.;  (1909)  Clin.  Obstetrics;  Ret.  1911. 

Rose  Conkling  Ensign  Brown, 

A.  B.  Rochester  89;  A.  M.  04.  1914  Assoc. 
Journalism — 

Thomas  Clachar  Brown, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  05;  A.  B.  Amherst  04.  1905 
Asst.  Palaiontology;  Ret.   1906. 

Warner  Brown,  , 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  California  04:  A.  M.  05. 
1906  Asst.  Philos.;  Ret.  1908. 

John  Aaron  Browning, 

A.  M.  79;  A.  B.  75;  A.  M.  (Hon.)  07.  1881 
Tutor  Latin;  Res.  1883. 

Everehd  Lester  Bruce, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  M.  12;  B.  Sc.  Queen's  09;  A.  B. 
11.     1911  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret.  1914. 

Albert  Ferdinand  Brugman, 

M.  D.  83;  Ph.  G.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  79.  1908 
Asst.  Dis.  Children;  Ret.  1909. 

Frank  G.  Briiner, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  Indiana  Normal  Univ.  96; 
A.  B.  Nebraska  03.  1903  Asst.  Psychol.;  Res. 
1905. 

William  Sohier  Bryant, 

A.  B.  Harvard  84;  A.  M.,  M.  D.  88.  1903  Instr. 
Otology;  Ret.   1904. 


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OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


Walter  C.  Buchanan, 

1808  Prof.  Midwifery;  Ret.  1813. 

Albert  Henry  Buck, 

M.  D.  67;  A.  B.  Yale  64.  1888  Clin.  Prof. 
Dis.  of  the  Ear;  Res.  1904. 

Robert  Allyn  Budington, 

A  B.  Williams  96;  A.  M.  99.  1900  Asst. 
Demonstr.  Physiol.;  Res.   1902. 

Leo  Buerger, 

M  .D.  01;  A.  M.  01;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  97. 
1914  Instr.   Clin.   Surg. — 

Ralph  Edward  Buft'ington, 

M.  D  01.  1902  Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret. 
1903. ' 

Henry  Greenwood  Bugbee, 

M,  D.  03.   1914  Instr.  Clin.  Surg.— 

William  Tillinghast  Bull, 

M  D.  72;  A.  B.  Harvard  69;  A.  M.  72.  1880 
First  appt.;  1889  Prof.  Surg.;  Emer.  1904; 
Died  1909. 

Dudley  B.  Bullard, 

1909   Lect.   Mech.   Eng.;   Ret.    1910. 

Frederick  D.  Bullock, 

B.  S.  Kentucky  99;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  07. 
1913    Assoc.    Cancer    Research — 

Hermon  Carey  Bumpus, 

Ph.  B.  Brown  84;  Sc.  D.  OS;  Ph.  D.  Clark 
91;  LL.  D.  05;  Sc.  D.  Tufts  OS.  1905  Seat  in 
Fac.  Pure  Science  as  Director  Am.  Mus.  of 
Nat.   Hist.;  Res.    1911. 

Freeman  J.  Bumstead, 

A.  B.  Williams  47;  LL.  D.  79;  M.  D.  Har- 
vard 51.  1866  First  appt.;  1867  Clin.  Prof. 
Ven.   Dis.;   Ret.    1871. 

Thomas  Hamilton  Burch,  Jr., 

Mech.  E.  OS.  190S  Asst.  Drawing;  Res.  (Jan.) 
1906. 

Henry  Jagoe  Burchell, 

A.  M.  93;  A.  B.  92.  1894  First  appt.;  1900 
Tutor   Classical   Philology;   Ret.    1903. 

Charles  Gillette  Burd, 

A.  M.  12;  A.  B.  Amherst  98;  B.  D.  Union 
Theol.  Sem.  01.  1912  Instr.  English;  Ret. 
1913. 

Francis  Marion  B.urdick, 

A.  B.  Hamilton  69;  LL.  B.  72;  LL.  D.  95. 
1891  Prof.  Law;  1892  Dwight  Professor  Law; 
Ret.   1916;  Emer.  1916. 

John  William  Burgess, 

A.    B.    Amherst    67;    A.    M.    70;    LL.    D.    84 
Ph.  D.  Princeton  83;  Ph.  D.  (Hon.)  Leipsic  09 
Jur.   D.    (Hon.)   Berlin   10.        1875  First  appt. 
1876    Prof.    Pol.    Sci.    and    Const.    Law;    1904 
Ruggles     Prof.;     Emer.     1912—;     1890     Dean 
Pol.  Sci.;  1909  also  Philos.  and  Pure  Sci.;  1911 
also  Fine  Arts;  Res.  1912. 

Sidney  Rogers  Burnap, 

M.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Yale  05.     1914  Instr.  Surg.— 

Charles  Howard  Burnside, 

A.  M.  99;  B.  S.  98.  1909  First  appt;  1916 
Assoc.    Prof    Mechanics — 


Freeman  Foster  Burr, 

A.  M.  13;  S.  B.  Harvard  DO.  1912  Lect.  Geol.; 
Res.    1913.      - 

William  Hubert  Burr, 

C.  E.  Rensselaer  72.  1893  Prof.  Civil  Eng.; 
Ret.    1916;  Emer.    1916. 

Russell  Burton-Opitz, 

M.  D.  Chicago  95;  B.  S.  98;  M.  S.  02;  Ph.  D. 
OS.  1902  First  appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Prof. 
Physiol. — 

Wendell  T.  Bush, 

Ph.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Polytechnic  Inst.  89;  A.  M. 
Harvard  98.  1905  First  appt:;  1912  Assoc. 
Prof.    Philos. — 

William  Henry  Bussey, 

A.  B.  Northwestern  00;  A.  M.  Harvard  02; 
Ph.  D.  Chicago  04.  190S  Tutor  Math.;  Res. 
1907. 

Arthur  M.  Buswell, 

A.  B.  Minnesota  10;  A.  M.  Maine  12.  1912 
First   appt.;    1913    Instr.    Sanitary   Chem. — 

Nicholas  Murray  Butler, 

Ph.  D.  84;  A.  B.  82;  A.  M.  83;  LL.  D.  Syra- 
cuse 98;  Tulane  01;  Johns  Hopkins,  Prince- 
ton, Yale,  Pennsylvania  02;  Chicago  03;  Man- 
chester, St.  Andrew's  05;  Cambridge  07;  Wil- 
liams 08;  Harvard,  Dartmouth  09;  D.  Litt. 
Oxford  05;  Jur.  0.  Breslau  11.  1885  First 
appt.;  1890  Dean  Fac.  of  Philos.;  Res.  1902; 
1895  Prof.  Philos  and  Educ. — ;  1902  President 
of  the  University;    1902  Trustee — 

Norman  Franklyn  Butler, 

A.   B.   Amherst   06.     1906   Asst.    English;  Ret. 

1907. 

193 
C 

John  Cabot,  Jr., 

E.   M.   99.     1902  Asst.   Physics;   Ret.   1903. 

Mariano  Velasquez  de  la  Cadena, 

LL.  B.  1830  Prof.  Spanish  Lang,  and  Lit.; 
Died   1860. 

Ettore  Cadorin, 

1915    Lect.    Italian    Opera — 

Linus  Bertram  Cady, 

E.  M.,  C.  E.  77.  1877  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Ret. 
1878. 

Frederic  Augustus  Cairns, 

A.  M.  73;  A.  B.  39.  1873  First  appt.;  1877 
Instr.  Anal.  Chem.;  Died  1879. 

Roland  Calberla, 

Dip.  of  Eng.  Technische  Hochshule  Darm- 
stadt 07.  1908  (Feb.)  Asst.  Electro-Chem.; 
Res.   (June)    1908. 

Armour  Caldwell, 

A.  B.  02.  1903  First  appt.;  1905  Lect.  Eng- 
lish; Ret.   1906. 

Guy  Alvin  Caldwell, 

M.  D.  14;  B.  S.  Mississippi  12.  1916  Instr. 
Clin.  Surg. — 

Hugh  Harris  Caldwell, 

A.  B.  Davidson  03.  1909  Asst.  English;  Ret. 
1910. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


29 


Gary  Nathan  Calkins, 

Ph.  D.  98;  B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  90.  1894 
First   appt.;    1907    Prof.    ProtozoHlogy — 

John  Gurney  Callan, 

B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  96.  1909  Lect.  Mech. 
Eng.;  Ret.   (Feb.)    1911. 

Robert  Peyton  Calvert, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  B.  Oklahoma  09;  A.  M.  10; 
S.  M.  Chicago  11.  1912  Research  Asst.  in 
Chem.;   Res.    1915. 

Charles  N.  B.  Camac, 

A.  B.  Pennsylvania  92;  M.  D.  95.  1910  Asst. 
Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

Charles  Lewis 'Camp, 

A.  M.  16;  A.  B.  California  15.  1916  Assf 
Zoology — 

Alonzo  Clarence  Campbell, 

E.  M.  69.     1869  Asst.  Gen.  Chem.;  Ret.   1870. 

William  Campbell, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  M.  05;  B.  S.  Durham  Coll.  of 
Science  98;  Sc.  D.  OS;  M.  Sc.  Koyal  School 
of  Mines  03.  1904  First,  appt.;  1915  Prof. 
Metal. — 

George  Folger  Canfield, 

A.  B.  Harvard  75;  LL.  B.  80.  1892  First 
appt.;    1894   Prof.   Law — 

James  Hulme  Canfield, 

A.  B.  Williams  68;  A.  M.  77;  LL.  D.  93; 
Litt.  D.  Oxon  02.     1899  Librarian;  Died  1909. 

Harold  A.  Caparn, 

1910  Lect.  Landscape  Arch.;  Res.  1912. 

Ira  Detrich  Cardiff, 

Ph.  D.  06;  B.  S.  Knox  97.  1904  Asst.  Botany; 
Res.   1906. 

Philip  Greenleaf  Carleton, 

A.  B.  Harvard  99.  1899  First  appt.;  1906 
Tutor  English;  Ret.  1901. 

Lewis  Buffett  Carll, 

A.  M.  73;  A.  B.  70.  1891  Asst.  Math.;  Ret. 
1892. 

Gaston  Arthur  Carlucci, 

M.  D.  08.     1912  Asst.  Clin.  Path. — 

Charles  Churchill  Carmalt, 

M.  D.  91;  A.'B.  Harvard  87.  1895  Asst. 
Demonstr.  Anat.;  Died  1905. 

Francis  Xavier  Carmody, 

A.  B.  Notre  Dame.  99;  LL.  B.  Brooklyn  Law 
School' 03.  1903  Lect.  Elocution;  Public  Speak- 
ing; Ret.  1905. 

Charles  U.  Carpenter, 

E.  E.  Princeton;  Mech.  E.  1908  Lect.  Mech. 
Eng.;  Ret.  1911. 

Clifford  D.  Carpenter, 

B.  pa. -Mich.  Normal  Coll.  05;  A.  B.  06.  1914 
Asst.  Prof.  Chem. — 

George  Rice  Carpenter, 

A.  B.  86  Harvard;  D.  C.  L.  07,  Univ.  of  the 
South.  1893  Prof.  Rhet.  and  Eng.  Comp.; 
Died.   1909. 


Roswell  Hitchcock  Carpenter, 

LL.  B.  78.    1878  Sec.  School  of  Law;  Ret.  1879. 

William  Henry  Carpenter, 

A.  B.  Hamilton  81;  Ph.  D  .Freiburg  81.  1883 
First  appt.;  1895  Prof.  Germanic  Philology; 
1902  Villard  Prof. — ;  1909  Assoc.  Dean  Facul- 
ties Pol.  Sci.;  Philos.  and  Pure  Sci.;  also  (1911) 
Fine  Arts;  Res.  1912;  1912  Provost — 

Charles  Edmund  Carr, 

M.  D.  13;  A.  B.  — .  1916  (Feb.)  Asst.  Med.; 
Ret.  (June)  1916. 

Homer  Lyman  Carr, 

E.  M.  10;  A.  B.  Oberlin  07.  1915  Instr.  Min- 
ing— 

Matthew  Lawrence  Carr, 

IJL.  D.  92;  A.  B.  Wake  Forest  89.  1910  Instr. 
Otology — 

Magdeleine  Carret, 

■  Brevet  Superieur,  Alger  00;  Licence  des  Lettres, 
Paris,  06.  1914  Assoc.  Romance  Langs,  and 
Lits.;    Res.   1915. 

Herbert  Swift  Carter, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Princeton  92;  A.  M.  95.  1909 
First  appt.;    1910  Assoc.   Clin.   Med. — 

Edward  Guilford  Cary, 

M.  D.  Stanford  14.  1915  Asst.  Cancer  Re- 
search; Res.  1916. 

Louis  Casamajor, 

M.  D;  06;  A.  B.  03;  A.  M.  06.  1914  First 
appt.;  1915  Asst.  Prof.  Neurology — 

Joseph  J.  Casey, 

A.  B.     1866  Asst.  Drawing;  Ret.  1857.. 

Charles  Edward  Caspari, 

A.  B.  Johns  Hopkins  96;  Ph.  D.  00.  1900  Asst. 
Organic  Chem.;  Res.  1901. 

Edward  Howard  Castle, 

A.  B.  Denison  88;  A.  M.  Harvard  94.  1894 
First  appt.  (T.  C);  1897  Prof.  Hist.   (T.  C); 

Res.  1910. 

John  Henry  Caswell, 

A.  B.  65.  1868  Asst.  Miineralogy;  Metallurgy; 
,  Ret.  1871;  1874.  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret.  1874. 

William  Halsted  Caswell, 

M.  D.  88;  A.  B.  61;  A.  M.  88.  1900  Instr. 
Neurology;  Res.  1901. 

William  Ledyard  Cathcart, 

U.  S.  N.  A.  75.  1899  Adj.  Prof.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Res.  1903. 

James  McKeen  Cattell, 

A.  B.  Lafayette  80;  A:  M.  83;  LL.  D.  07;  Ph. 
D.  Leipzig  86.  1890  First  appt.;  1891  Prof. 
Psychol. — 

Russell  L.  Cecil, 

A.  B.  Princeton  02;  M.  D.  Univ.  Coll.  of  Med. 
(Va.)  06.     1911  Instr.  Clin.  Med.;  Res.  1916. 

Robert  Emmet  Chaddock, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  si.  06;  A.  B.  Wooster  00.  1907 
Lect.  Pol.  Econ.;  Ret.  1909;  1911  Asst.  Prof. 
Statistics;  1912  Assoc.  Prof.^ 

Porter  Flewellyn  Chambers, 

A.  B.  Emory  73;  M.  D.  Bellevue  76.  1907  Prof. 
Clin.  Gynaecology — 


30 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


Victor  John  Chambers, 

B.  S.  Rochester  95;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  01. 
1901  First  appt.;  1907  Instr.  Organic  Chem.; 
Res.  1908. 

Hardee  Chambliss, 

M.  S.  Vanderbilt  99;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  00. 
1900  Asst.  Chem.;  Res.  1901. 

Charles  Frederick  Chandler, 

LL.  D.  11;  Ph.  D.  Gottingen  56  (Renewed  06); 
M.  D.  Univ.  of  New  York  73;  LL.  D.  Union 
73;  Sc.  D.  Oxon.  00.  1864  First  appt.;  1904 
Mitchill  Prof.;  Emer.  19iO—;  Res.  1911;  1864 
Dean  Fac.  Mines;  1897  Fac.  App.  Sci.;  Res. 
1897. 

Frank  Wadleigh  Chandler, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  M.  96;  A.  B.  Brooklyn  Poly- 
technic 94.  1901  (Feb.)  Lect.  Comp.  Lit.;  Ret. 
1904.  ' 

Henry  Alfred  Ernest  Chandler, 

Ph.  D.  16;  B.  S.  Northwestern  05.  1915  Lect. 
Economics;  1916  Assoc.  Economics — 

William  Henry  Chandler, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  73;  A.  B.  Union  61;  Ph.  D. 
Hamilton  72.  1868  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1871;  Died  1906. 

Chauncey  C.  Chapin, 

B.  S.  Iowa  Coll.  04.  1906  Asst.  Physics;  Res. 
1907. 

Stewart  Chaplin, 

LL.  B.  86;  A.  B.  Brown  82.  1898  Lect.  Crim. 
Law;  Ret.  (Feb.)  1899. 

Walter  Franklin  Chappell, 

M.  D.  Toronto  79.  1906  Clin.  Prof.  Laryn- 
gology— 

Elie  Stacey  Charlier, 

A.  B.  Yale  79.     1880  Tutor  French;  Res.. 1882. 

George  Chase, 

LL.  B.  73;  A.  B.  Yale  70.  1875  First  appt.; 
1878  Prof.  Crim.  Law  Torts  and  Proced. ;  Res. 
1892. 

Lewis  Nathaniel  Chase, 

A.  M.  98;  A.  B.  95.  1899  First  appt.;  1901 
Tutor  Comp.  Lit.;  Ret.  1902. 

Timothy  Matlack  Cheesman, 

M.  D.  78;  A.  B.  74;  A.  M.  77.  1888  First  appt.; 
1893  Instr.  Bact.;  Res.  1899;  Trustee  1904— 

Albert  Huntington  Chester, 

Ph.  D.  78;  E.  M.  68;  A.  M.  Union  71;  Sc.  D. 
Hamilton  91.  1864  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret. 
1869;  Died  1903. 

Edward  Taggart  Child, 

A.  M.;  M.  E.  1911-  (Feb.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Ret.  (June)  1911. 

Arthur  Smith  Chittenden, 

A.  B.  Yale  96;  A.  M.  99;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins 
00.     1902  Asst.  Path.;  Ret.  1904. 

Jonathan  Brace  Chittenden, 

M.  E.;  C.  E.  Worcester  Polytechnic' Inst.  88; 
A.  B  .Harvard  89;  A.  M.  90;  Ph.  D.  Konigsberg 
93.     1895  Tutor  Math.;  Res.  1900. 

Russell  Henry  Chittenden, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  75;  Ph.  D.  80;  LL.  D.  Toronto  03; 
Sc.  D.  Pennsylvania  04.  1898  Director  Physiol. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1903. 


Elihu  Cunyngham  Church, 

A.   M.   09;    C.   E.   04.     1907  First   appt.;    1908 
Lect.  Civil  Eng.;  Res.  1911. 

Alfred  Daniel  Churchill, 

Ph.  D.  83;   E.  M.  80;  A.  M.  and  M.  S.  else- 
where.    1881  Instr.  Drawing;  Died  1896. 

Alfred  Vance  Churchill, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  Oberlin  98..  1897  Prof.  Fine 
Arts  (T.  C);  Res.  1904. 

John  Herbert. Claiborne, 

M.  D.  Virginia  83.  1896  Instr.  Ophthalmology; 
Res.   1903. 

Alonzo  Clark, 

M.  D.  35;  A.  B.  Williams  28;  LL.  D.  Vermont 
'  S3.  1860  Prof.  Path,  and  Pract.  Medteine; 
Emer.  1882;  President  Coll.  P.  and  S.  1875-84; 
Died  1887. 

Carle  Dawes  Clark, 

E.  M.  01.  1915  (Jan.)  Lect.  Mining;  Res. 
(Feb.)  1915. 

Charles  Washburn  Clark, 

Ph.  D.  89;  A.  B.  Yale  83;  A.  M.  84;  J.  U.  D. 
Gottingen  86.  1883  Lect.  Comp.  Adminis.  Law 
of  Europe;  Ret.  1884;  Died  1906. 

Ella  Hazel  Clark, 

A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  Illinois  05.  1912  Asst.  Chem.; 
Res.  1913. 

Ernest  Dunbar  Clark, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  Harvard  08.  1910 
Instr.  Biol.  Chem.;  Res.  1912. 

Henry  J.   Bowie  Clark, 

1910  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.   1911. 

Herbert  A.. Clark, 

B.  S.  Kansas  State  98;  A.  M.  Nebraska  OS. 
1908  First  appt.;  1909  Lect.  Physics;  Ret.  1910. 

J.  Clark, 

Clerk  School  Board,  Glasgow.  1914  (Mar.) 
For.  Corresp.   (T.  C.)  for  Scotland— 

John  Bates  Clark, 

A.  B.  Amherst  72;  Ph.  D.  90;  LL.  D.  97; 
LL.  D.  Princeton  96.     1895  Prof.  Pol.  Econ.— 

T.  Wood  Clarke, 

M.   D.   Johns  Hopkins   02.      1910    (Jan.)   Asst. 
■    Dis.  of  Children;  Res.  1910. 

William  Cogswell  Clarke, 

M.  D.  99.  1901  Asst.  Normal  Histol;  Ret. 
1903;  1905  Instr.  Surg.;  1913  Asst.  Surg.— 

William  Cowles  Clarke 

E.    M.   92.      1900  Asst.   Metallurgy;  Res.   1901. 

Franklin  Morris  Class, 

M.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Harvard  03.  1910  Instr. 
Appl.    Therapeutics — 

Rev.  Cornelius  Clifford, 

A.  B.  Fordham  79.      1913  Lect.  Philos.— 

Samuel  Clossy, 

H-,P-,^,^S"-^  1'**:  A.  B.  Trinity  Coll.  Dublin 
"44-;  M.  B    1751;  M.  D.  1755.     1765  Tutor  and 

Re°t    V74         '°^-'  ^''*-  '^'*'  ^'"  P™f-  Anatji, 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


31 


Bertrand  Clover, 

A.  M.  83;  A.  B.  81.  1881  First  appt.;  1882 
Instr.  Italian,  Spanish;  Res.  1890. 

Oral  Sumner  Coad, 

A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  Knox  09.  1916  Instr.  Eng- 
lish— 

Cornelius  Godfrey  Coakley, 

A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  84;  A.  M.  87;  M.  D.,  N.  Y. 
Univ.  87.     1914  Prof.  Laryngology^- 

James  Livingston  Cobb, 

M  D.  11;  A.  B.  09.     1915  Asst.  Anat. 

Virgil  Coblentz, 

A.  B.  Wittenberg  (Ohio) ;  Ph.  G.  Phila.  Coll. 
Phar.  82;  Phar.  M.  (Hon.)  94;  Ph.  D.  Berlin 
91.  1904  Prof.  Physics,  Cham.  Coll.  Pharmacy; 
Enter.    1911— 

Guy  Cochran, 

M.  D.  00;  A.  B.  Stanford  96.  1903  Asst. 
Demonstr.   Physiology;   Res.   1903. 

William  Cochran, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  1788  Trinity  Coll.  Dublin.  1784 
Prof.  Greek  and  Lat.  Langs.;  Res.  1789. 

Gerhard  Hutchison  Cocks, 

M.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Yale  99.  1911  Instr.  Clin. 
Laryngology — 

Tules  Auguste  Coelos, 

C.   E.   04.      1904  Asst.   Civil  Eng.;   Ret.   1905. 

Morris  R.  Cohen, 

Ph.  D.  Harvard  06.  1906  Lect.  Philos.;  Ret. 
1907. 

Adolphe  Cohn, 

B.  «s  L.  Paris  68;  LL.  B.  73;  A.  M,  74.  1882 
Instr.  French;  Res.  1884;  1891  Prof.  Romance 
Langs,  and  Lits.;  Ret.    1916. 

Henry  Cohn, 

A.  M.  70;  A.  B.  67.  1869  Inst.  German;  Ret. 
1870. 

Albert  M.  Cohn-McMaster, 

A.  M.  12;  A.  B.  10.  1912  (Feb.)  Lect.  Ro- 
mance Langs,  and  Lits.;  Ret.  (June)  1912. 

Charles  Edwards  Colby, 

E.  M.,  C.  E.  77;  1885  First  appt.;  1890  Adj. 
Prof.   Org.   Chem.;  Died   1897. 

Elbridge  Colby, 

A.   B.    12.      1914  Instr.   English.;   Res.   1915. 

Frank  Moore  Colby, 

A.  M.  89;  A.  B.  88.  1892  Lect.  Hist.;  Ret. 
1895. 

Frank  Nelson  Cole, 

A.  B.  Harvard  82;  A.  M.,  Ph.-  D.  86.  1895 
Prof.   Math. — 

James  Bruce  Coleman, 

A.  M.  14;  B.  S.  South  Carolina  06;  A.  M.  10. 
1912  Asst.  Physics;  Res.  1913. 

William  Bradley  Coley, 

A.  B.  Yale  84;  A.  M.  (Hon.)  10;  M.  D.  Har- 
vard 88.  1898  First  appt.j  1908  Assoc.  Chn. 
Surg.;  Res.  1909. 

Edward  M.  Colie,  Jr., 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  02.  1914  Assoc.  Clin.  Ob- 
stetrics— 


Steph 


Arthur  Patrick  Coll, 

M.   D.   90.      1914   Instr.   Laryngology — 

Julia  Nelson  Colles, 

A.  B.  Wellesley  97;  A.  M.  Smith  00.  1901 
Asst.  Physics;   Died   1903. 

Howard  Dennis  Collins, 

M.  D.  93;  A.  b;  Yale  90.  1895  Asst.  Demonstr. 
Anat.;  Res.   1904;   1907  Instr.  Surg. — 

Charles  Adams  Colton, 

E.  M.  73.      1873  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Res.  1882.  " 

en  Sheldon  Colvin, 

Ph.  B.  Brown  91;  A.  M.  94;  Ph.  D.  Strass- 
burg  97.  Prof.  Psychol.  Univ.  of  Illinois — ; 
1912  (Feb.)   Lect.  Psychol.;  Ret.   (June),  1912. 

William  Williams  Comstock, 

A.  B.  98.  1899  Asst.  Physics;  Res.  (Feb.) 
1903. 

Henry  Dunning  Conant, 

E.  M.  86.  1892  Asst  Mining;  Res.  (Mar.) 
1893. 

Daniel  Dale  Condit, 

A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  Ohio  State  09.  1910  Asst. 
Geol.;  Ret.   1911. 

Abraham  Bogart  Conger, 

A.   M.   34;   A.   B.   31.      1831  Tutor;  Ret.    1833. 

Dudley  Steele  Conley, 

M.  D.  06;  B.  L.  Missouri  99.  1910  Instr. 
Clin.   Surg.;   Res.   1913. 

Hewlett  Ralston  Connell, 

C.  E.  90.  1891  Asst.  Engineering;  Ret.  1892; 
1893    (Mar.)   Asst.   Mining;   Res.    (May)'  1893. 

Karl  Albert  Connell, 

M.  D.  00.  1903  Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret. 
1904;    1909   Instr.    Surg.;    1916  Assoc.    Surg. — 

Charles  Lewis  Constant, 

E.  M.,  C.  E.  77.  1880  Asst.  Assaying;  Res. 
1881. 

Elizabeth  Christine  Cook, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  M  02;  A.  B.  Smith  99.  1909 
Asst.  English;  Ret.   1912. 

Walter  Wheeler  Cook, 

LL.  M.  01;  A.  B.  94;  A.  M.  99.  1894  Asst. 
Math.;  Ret.  1895;  1898  Asst.  Math.;  Ret.  1901., 

Anna  Maria  Cooley, 

'  B.  S.  03.  1910  Asst.  Prof.  Household  Arts 
(T.  O— 

William  Forbes  Cooley, 

Ph.  D.  09;  B.  S.  New  York  Univ.  78;  M.  S. 
92;  B.  D.  Union  Theol.  Sem.  07.  1907  First 
appt.;    1910  Instr.  Philos. — 

C.  E.  Coolidge, 

1909  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1910. 

Frederic  Taber  Cooper, 

Ph.  D.  95;  LL.  B.  87;  A.  M.  91 ;  A.  B.  Har- 
vard 86.  1891  Asst.  Latin;  Ret.  1894;  1906 
Lect.  Latin;  Ret.  1907. 

Myles  Cooper, 

LL.  D:  (Hon.)  1768;  A.  B.  Oxford  1756;  A.  M. 
,1760;  D.  C.  L.  1767.  1762  Fellow;  Prof. 
■Moral  Philos.  and  Asst.  to  Pres.;  1763  Presi- 
dent;  Ret.   1775. 


32 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES. 


Samuel  Charles  Cooper, 

B.  S.  in  E.  E.  Rutgers  14.  1914  Asst.  Elec. 
Eng.;  Ret.  1915. 

Harvey  \yiley  Corbett, 

B.  S.  California  95;  Diplome;  Ecolc  des 
Beaux  Arts  00.  1907  First  appt.;  1909  Assoc. 
Arch.;  Ret:  1911. 

Joseph  Siebert  Corbett, 

A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  09.  1909  Asst.  Math.;  Ret. 
1911. 

'Grace  Cornell, 

1911   Asst.   Prof.   Fine  Arts   (T.   C.)— 

Henry  Bedinger  Cornwall, 

Ph.  D.  88;  A.  B.  64;  A.  M.  66;  E.  M.  67. 
1864  Asst.  Gen.  Chem.  and  Metallurgy;  Ret. 
1866;   1868  Asst.  Gen.  Chem.i  Ret.   1870. 

James  Albert  Corscaden, 

M.  D.  06;  Ph.  B.  Wesleyan  02.  1914  First 
appt.;   1916  Instr.  Clin.   Surg. — 

Arthur  Sherwood  Corwin, 

M.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  98.  1903  Asst.  Normal 
Histology;  Ret.   1904. 

John  Jacob  Coss, 

A.  M.  08;  B.  A.  Wabash  06;  B.  D.  Union  Theol 
Sem.  09.     1911  First  appt.;  1914  Instr.  Philos. — 

Harry  Todd  Costello, 

A.  B.  Earlham  08;  A.  M.  Harvard  10;  Ph.  D. 
11.     1915  Instr.  Philos. — 

Edward  Livingston  Coster, 

1898  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1900. 

Jules  Coulet, 

Dir.  Bur.  Inf.,  Paris.  1914  (Mar.)  For. 
Corresp.  (T.  C.)  for  France. 

Calvin  B.  Coulter, 

M.  D.  13.  1913  First  appt.;  1915  Assoc.  Path.; 
Res-  1916. 

William  Cowen, 

M.  D.  83;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  80.  1896  Instr.- 
Otology;  Res.  1903. 

Kenyon  Cox, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  Yale  10.  1908  Prof.  Painting; 
Ret.  1914. 

Rowland  Cox, 

M.  D.  98.  1905  First  appt.;  1908  Instr.  Surg.; 
Ret.  1913. 

Edwin  Bradford  Cragin, 

M.  D.  86;  A.  B.  Yale  82;  A.  M.  (Hon.)  07. 
1898  First  appt.;  1899  Prof.  Obstetrics  and 
(1904)  Gynecology — 

C[harles]   Ward  Crampton, 

M.  D.  00.  1900  Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret. 
1902. 

Henry  Edward  Crampton, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  93.  1893  Asst.  Biol.;  Ret. 
1895;  1898  Lect.  Zool.;  1904  Prof.  Zool. — 

Walter  Richard  Crane, 

Ph.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Kansas  95;  A.  M.  96.  1905 
Instr.  Mining;  Res.  1908. 

George  Waldo  Crary, 

M.  D.  85.  1897  Asst.  Demonstr.  Anat.;  Ret. 
1901. 


Paul  Drennan  Cravath, 

LL.  B.  86;  A.  B.  Oberlin  82;  A.  M.  92.  1886 
Prize  Tutor  Law;  Ret.  1889. 

John  Crawford,  Jr,, 

B.  S.     1903  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret.  1904. 

John  R.  Crawford, 

A.  B.  Allegheny  06;  A.  M.  Harvard  08.  1912 
Instr.  Roman  Archaeology — 

Earl  Willis  Crecraft, 

A.  M.  11;  Ph.  B.  Franklin  07.  1912  Instr. 
Politics;  Ret.  1913. 

Abbot  Morgan  Cregier, 

M.  E.  01.  1901  First  appt.;  1903  Tutor  Draw- 
ing; Res.  1904. 

Albert  C.  Crehore, 

A.  B.  Yale  90;  Johns  Hopkins  91;  Ph.  D. 
Cornell  93.  1914  Assoc.  Physiology;  Ret. 
1915. 

Francis  Bacon  Crocker, 

Ph.  D.  95;  E.  M.  82.  1889  First  appt.;  1893 
Prof.  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1914. 

Ebenezer  Crosby, 

M.  D.  1785  Prof.  Midwifery;  Trustee  1787- 
88;   Died    1788. 

Edward  NicoU  Crosby, 

A.  B.  87.  1887  Hon.  Fellow;  Asst.  Greek;  Ret. 
1888. 

William  Henry  Crosby, 

A.  B.  27.  1859-60  Prof.  Latin  Lang,  and  Lit. 
Ad  interim  (during  Prof.  Drisler's  absence); 
Died  1892. 

Frederick  Van  Dyke  Cruser, 

Ph.  D.  06;  B.  S.  03;  A.  M.  05.  1903  First, 
appt.;  1905  Lect.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1906. 

Edward  Patterson  Cubberly, 

Ph.  D.  05;  A.  M.  02;  A.  B.  91.  1915  Visiting 
Prof.  Educ.  (T  .C);  Ret.  1916. 

George  Miller  Gumming, 

A.  B.  Harvard  76.  1880  Tutor  German;  Ret. 
1881;  1891  Prof.  Law;  Res.  1897. 

John  William  Cunliflfe, 

A.  B.  London  84;  A.  .M.  86  and  88;  D.  Litt.  92. 
1916  Lect.  Eng.;  Ret.  1907;  1912  Prof.  English 
and  Assoc.  Dir.  Sch.  of  Journalism — 

Richard  Hoop  Cunningham, 

M.  D.  88;  M.  D.  Med.  Coll.  of  Virginia  86. 
1895  Asst.  Demonstr.  and  (1897)  Demonstr. 
Physiol.;  Ret.  1898;  1902  Instr.  Electro- 
Physiol.;  1903  Instr.  Neurology;  Res.  1910. 

William  F.  Cunningham, 

,      M.  D.  Yale  11.     1916  Instr.  Surg.— 

Walter  Eugene  Curt, 

B.  S.  16.     1916  Asst.  Math.— 

Carlton  Clarence  Curtis, 

Ph.  D.  93;  A.  M.  92;  A.  B.  Syracuse  89.  1892 
First  appt.;   1910  Assoc.   Prof.  Botany — 

Edward  Curtis, 

A.  B.  Harvard  59;  A.  M.  62;  M.  D.  Pennsyl- 
vania 64.  1871  First  appt.;  1873  Prof.  Mat. 
Med.  and  Therapeutics;  Emer.  1886;  Died  1912. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


33 


Harold  Bartlett  Curtis, 

A.    B.    Cornell    07;    PB.    D.    10.      1910    Instr. 
Mathematics — 

Henry  Skillman  Curtis, 


Joh 


A.   B.   92.      1892  ASst.   Math.    (1893)    Physics; 

n  Green  Curtis,    . 

M.  D.  70;  LL.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Harvard  66;  A.  M. 
69.  1870  First  appt.;  1883  Prof.  Physiol.; 
Emer.  1909;  Died  1913. 

Harry  Alonzo  Gushing, 

Ph.  D.  96;  A.  M.  94;  LL.  B.  01;  A.  B.  Amherst 
91.  1895  Lect.  History;  Ret.  1900;  1901  Lect. 
Hist  .and  Const.  Law;  Ret.  1903;  1907  Prof. 
Law;  Res.  1909. 

Matthew  Cushing, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  1764;  A.  B.  Harvard  1739;  A.  M. 
1741.     1763  Headmaster  Gram.  Sch.;  Ret.  1775. 

Alexander  Ramsay  Cushman, 

Ph.  D.  80;  Ph.  B.  78.  1890  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1897. 

Holbrook  Cushman, 

A.  B.  78.  1890  First  appt.;  1891  Instr.  Physios; 
Died  1895. 

Edward  Cussler, 

M.  D.  04.  1907  First  appt.;  1914  Instr.  Clin. 
Med. — 

Condict  Walker  Cutter,  Jr., 

M.  D.  12;  B.  S.»  10.  1915  Instr.  Gynecology; 
Res.  1916. 

William  Dick  Cutter, 

A.  B.  Yale  99.  1899  Asst.  Physiol.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1901. 

Leonard  Cutting, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  1758;  A.  M.  Cambridge.  1756 
Tutor;  Res.  1763;  Died  1794. 

175 

D 

Charles  M.  Da  Costa, 

A.  M.  58;  A.  B.  55.  1888  Lect.  Law;  Trustee 
1886-90;   Died   1890. 

Ernest  Daenell, 

Litt.  D.  1911  Prof.  Modern  Hist.  Univ.  of 
Kiel—  1910-11  Kaiser  Wilhelm  Prof.  German 
Hist.  ,and  Institutions;  Ret.  1911. 

Edward  B.  Dalton, 

.        M.    D.;    1868   Lect.    Dis.    of   Nervous   System; 
t      Ret.  1870. 

John  Call  Dalton,  Jr., 

LL.  D.  (Hon.)  87;  A.  B.  Harvard  44;  M.  D. 
47;  LL.  D.  Princeton  86.  1860  [1855]  Prof. 
Physiol.'  Micros.  Anat.;  Hygiene;  Res.  1883; 
Emer.  1889;  Pres.  Coll.  P.  and  S.  1884-89; 
Died   1889. 

Charles  Patrick  Daly, 

LL.  D.  (Hon.)  60.     1860  Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1875. 

Henry     Wadsworth     Longfellow 
Dana, 

A.  B.  Harvard  03;  A.  M.  04;  Ph.  D.  10.  1912 
Instr.  English — 


Lucetta  Daniell, 

1898  Social  Director  (T.  C.) — 

Winthrop  More  Daniels, 

A.  B.  Princeton  88;  A.  M.  90.  1912-13  Lect. 
Economics;  Ret.  1913. 

Charles  S.  Danielson, 

1900  First  appt.;  1907  Bursar — 

C.  Otto  von  Dannenberg, 

B.  E.  Union  06.  1906  First  appt.;  1907  (Feb.) 
Tutor  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  (June)  1907. 

George  Henry  Danton, 

A.  B.,  02.     1902  Asst.  Comp.  Lit.;  Ret.  1903. 

Wera  Dantschakoflf, 

1916  Instr.  Anat. — 

Joseph  Louis  Danziger, 

B.  S.  02.     1902  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1903. 

Lorenzo  Da  Ponte, 

1826  Prof.   Italian  Lang,  and  Lit.;  Died    1837. 

Byron  Clary  Darling, 

M.  D.  Harvard  03.  1913  Instr.  Orthopaedic 
Surg. — 

Chester  Arthur  Darling, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Albion  04;  A.  M.  06.'  1906 
First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Botany;  Res.  1913. 

Edward  Albert  Darling, 

1890  Supt.  Build,  and  Grounds;  Res.  1899;  Died 
1908. 

Mrs.  Edith  Rortieyn  Darrach, 

1900  Adviser  Graduate  Women  Students;  Ret, 
1901. 

William  Darrach, 

M.  D.  01;  A.  M.  01;  A.  B,  Yale  97.  1903  First 
appt.;  1916  Prof.  Clin.  Surg. — 

John  Frederick  Dashiell, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  M.  10;  B.  S.  Moores  Hill  Col!. 
08;  B.  L.  09.     1910  Asst.  Philos.— 

Harold  Sidney  Davidson, 

A.  B.  Acadia  94;  A.  M.  Princeton  98;  S.  T.  B. 
98;  Ph.  D.  Leipsic  06.  1907  Gustav.  Gottheil 
Lect.  Semitic  Langs.;  Ret.  1909. 

Charles  Davies. 

U..  S,  M.  A.  15;  LL.  D.  Geneva  40;  Union  41; 
L.  H.  D.  Univ.  State  N.  Y.  74.  1857  Prof. 
Higher  Math.;  Emer.  1865;  Died  1876. 

Bergen  Davis, 

P-h.  D.  01;  A.  M.  00;  B.  S.  Rutgers  96.  1900 
Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1901;  1903  Tutor  Physics, 
Assoc.  Prof.   Physics. — 

Clarke  Edwin  Davis, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  M.  13;  B.  Pd.,  Mich.  State  Nor- 
mal Coll.  09;  B.  A.  12.  1912  Lab.  Asst.  Chem.; 
Ret.  1913;  1914  (Sept.)  Asst.  Engineering 
Chem.;  Ret.  1915. 

Mrs.  Estelle  H.  Davis, 

1911  Lect.  English;  Ret.  1912. 

Fellowes  Davis,  Jr., 

M.  D.  99.  1908  Assoc.  Clin.  Obstetrics;  Ret. 
1914. 


(2) 


34 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Herman  Stearns  Davis, 

Ph.  D.  95;  A.  M.  94;  A.  B.  Princeton  92.  1895 
Tutor  Astron.;  Res.  1899. 

Philip  L,.  Davis, 

A.  B.  Kansas  12.  1914  Asst.  Engineering 
Cliem.;  Res.   (Dec.)    1915. 

William  Harper  Davis, 

A.  B.  Princeton  00.  1900  Asst.  Psycliol.;  Ret. 
1903. 

William  Watson  Davis, 

Pli.  D.  13;  A.  M.  06;  B.  Sc.  Alabama  Poly- 
teclinic  03 ^  M.  Sc.  04.  1908  Lect.  Hist.;  Ret. 
1909. 

Wilson  E.  Davis, 

A.  B.  1902  (Jan.)  Asst.  Mining;  Ret.  (June) 
1902. 

Ellen  Scott  Davison, 

Pli.  D.  07;  B.  S.  Wellesley  87;  A.  M.  Western 
Reserve  94.     1901  Lect.  Hist.;  Ret.  1903. 

Arthur  Morgan  Day, 

A.  B.;  A.  M.  Harvard  92.  1894  First  appt.; 
1899  Instr.  Pol.  Econ.  and  Soc.  Sci. ;  Res. 
(Mar.)   1902.    ' 

Charles  Day, 

B.  S.;  E.  E.  Pennsylvania  99;  M.  E.  02.  1908 
Lect.  Mech.  Eng.';  Ret.  1910. 

Edward  E.  C.  H.  Day, 

1866  Asst.  Assaying;  Ret.   1869. 

Salisbury  Marcus  Day, 

E.  E.  04.     1904  Asst.  E!ec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1906. 

William  Scofield  Day, 

A.  B.  84;  PK.  D.  Jolins  Hopltins  97.  1897  First 
appt.;   1903  Lect.  Pliysics — 

Bashford  Dean, 

Pli.  D.  90;  A.  M.  89;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  86. 
1891  First  appt.;  1904  Prof.  Vert.  Zool.— 

Rollin  Colegrove,  Dean, 

A.  M.  13;  B.  S.  Wesleyan  09.  1911  Asst.  Zool.; 
Res.  1912. 

Pierre  de  Bacourt, 

B.  A.  Lyons  86;  B.  S.  87;  B.  L.  Paris  92; 
Licencifi  en  Droit,  Nancy  93.  191?  Lect. 
French — • 

Frank  Michael  Debatin, 

A.  B.  Washington  12;  A.  M.  13.  1915  Instr. 
Classical  Philology — ■ 

Frank  L.  De  Benkelaer, 

A.  M.  14;  A.  B.  Colgate  10.  1913  Lab.  Asst. 
Physical  Chem.;  Ret.  1914. 

Andre  Beziat  de  Bordes, 

Ph.  D.  Chicago  99.  1900  Lect.  Romance  Langs.; 
Ret.  1901.  ' 

Pauline  Hamilton  Dederer, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  01.  1903  First 
appt.;    1910  Instr.   Zool.— 

Michael  F.  Dee, 

A.  M.;  LL.  B.  1910  (Apr.)  Lect.  Law;  Ret. 
1910. 


Charles  Joseph  Deghuee, 

A.  B.  84.  1883  Asst.  School  of  Mines,  88  as 
Honorary  Fellow;  Ret.  1892. 

Joseph  Albert  Deghuee, 

Ph.  D.  93;  Ph.  B.  90;.  A.  M.  92.  1891  Asst. 
Demonstr.  Chem.  and  Physics;  Res,  1896. 

Richard  Francis  Deimel, 

A.  M.  03;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  02.  1904  First 
appt.;  1905  Lect.  Physics;  Res.  (Jan.)  1906. 

Edward  Delafield, 

M.  D.  16;  A.  B.  Yale  12.  1860  Emer.  Prof. 
Midwifery;  President  Coll.  P.  and  S.  1858-75; 
Died   1875.     • 

Francis  Delafield, 

M.  D.  63;  LL.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Yale  60;  LL.  D.  90. 
1868  Lect.  Path.  Anat.;  Ret.  1875;  1876  Adj. 
Prof.  Path,  and  Prac.  of  Med.;  1882  Prof.  Prac. 
of  Med.;  Emer.   1901;  Died  1915. 

William  Adams  Delano, 

A.  B.  Yale  95.  Diplome,  Ecole  des  Beaux  Arts. 
1903  First  appt.;  1909  Assoc.  Arch.;  Res.  1910. 

Albert  Geouffre  de  L,apradelle, 

Prof.  International  Public  Law  Univ.  of  Paris. 
1914  Political  Science;  Ret.  1915. 

David  Bryson  Delavan, 

M.  D.  7i;  A.  B.  Yale  72.  1897  Instr.  Laryn- 
gology; Res.  1898. 

Daniel  De  Eeon, 

LL.  B.  78;  A.  M.;  Ph.  D.JLeyden.  1886  Selig- 
man  Prize  Lect.  Latin-American  Diplomacy; 
Ret.  1891. 

J.  Ramon  del  Rio, 

Mech.  E.  06.  1907  (Jan.)  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Ret.   (June)   1907. 

Irving  Comes  Demarest, 

A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  08.  1911  Instr.  Classical  Phil- 
ology; Ret.  1915. 

Theodore      Frelinghuysen      Cornell 
Demarest, 

LL.  B.  68;  A.  B.  64;  A.  M.  elsewhere.  1869 
Tutor  Rhetoric,  Hist.;  Res.  1870. 

George  Roger  Dempsey, 

M.  D.  Cornell  11.  1914  (Jan.)  Instr.  Pathology; 
Res.   (Jan.)    1915. 

Thomas  Denham, 

1866  Clerk  Sch.  of  Med.;  Ret.  1868. 

Rudolf  C.  Denig, 

M.  D.  Wurzburg  91.     1909  Prof.  Clin.  Ophthal- 
mology- 
William  Cullen  Dennis, 

A.  B.  Earlham  96;  A.  B.  Harvard  97;  A.  M. 
98;  LL,  B.  01.     1905  Adj.  Prof.  Law;  Res.  1906. 

Frederic  ^^'arner  Denton, 

C.  E.  89.  1889  Fellow,  Asst.  Engineering;  Res. 
1890. 

Federico  de  Onis, 

1916  Prof.  Spanish  Lit. 

Richard  Derby, 

M.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Harvard  03.  1910  First  appt.; 
1914  Instr.  Clin.  Surg. — 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


35 


Charles  Derleth,  Jr., 

C.  E.  96;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  94.  1896  Asst. 
Civil  Eng.;  Ret.  1899. 

Walter  Taubert  Derleth, 

A.  M.,  C.  E.  04;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  01.  1904 
Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Res.  1906. 

Homer  Munro  Derr, 

A.  M.  01;  A.  B.  Stanford  98.  1899  Asst. 
Physics;  Res.  1901. 

William  Detmold, 

M.  D.  GBttingen  30.  1862  Prof.  Military  Surg, 
and  Hygiene;  1865  Prof.  Clin,  and  Milit.  Surg.; 
Enter.  1866;  Died  1895. 

Walter  Bourchier  Devereux, 

E.  M.  78;  A.  B.  Princeton  74;  A.  M.  1797 
Lect.  Metallurgy;  Ret.  1897. 

Edward  Thomas  Devine, 

A.  B.  Cornell  (Iowa)  87;  A.  M.  90;  LL.  D. 
04;  Ph.  D.  Pennsylvania  95.  1905  Prof.  Social 
Economy — 

John  Dewey, 

A.  B.  Vermont  79;  LL.  D.  10;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  84;  LL.  D.  Wisconsin  04.  1905  (Feb.) 
Prof.  Philos.— 

Melvil  Dewey, 

A.  B.  Amherst  74;  A.  M.  77;  LL.  D.  Syracuse, 
and  Alfred  02.  1884  Prof.  Library  Economy; 
Res.  1888;   1883  Librarian;  Res. '1S89. 

Roy  Floyd  Dibble, 

A.   B.   Clark    12.      1916   Instr.   English, 

Frank  Alexander  Dickey, 

A.  B.  07.      1911  First  appt.;    1913   Registrar— 

George  Charles  Diekman, 

M.  D.  91;  Ph.  G.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  88.  1904 
Prof.  Pharmacy;  Coll.  Pharmacy;  1910  (Jan.) 
Acting  Dean — ;  1912  (Dec.)  Assoc.  Dean.  Coll. 
Phar. 

John  Forrest  Dillon, 

1879  Prof.  Real  Estate  and  Equity  Jur.;  Res. 
1882. 

Oscar  Diem, 

M.  D. 'Zurich  (Switz.)  02.  1915  Instr.  Ophthal- 
mology— 

Lloyd  L.  Dines, 

A.  B.  Northwestern  06;  A.  M.  07;  Ph.  D. 
Chicago   11.      1911   Instr.   Math.;  Res.    1913. 

Norman  Edward  Ditman, 

Ph.  D.  08;  M.  D.  and  A.  M.  00;  Ph.  B.  Yale 
96.  1902  First  appt.;  1903  Instr.  Path.;  Res. 
1909. 

George  Sloan  Dixon, 

M.  D.  Bellevue  86.  1904  Instr.  Otology;  Ret. 
1910. 

Madeline  H.  Doby, 

1915    Lect.    Romance   Langs. — 

Bernard  Ogilvie  Dodge, 

Ph.  D.  12;  Ph.  B.  Wisconsin  09.  1909  First 
appt.;   1913  Instr.  Botany — 

Daniel  Kilham  Dodge, 

Ph  D.  86;  A.  B.  84;  A.  M.  85.  1884  First 
appt.;  1889  Tutor  English;  1891  Germanic  and 
Scandinavian   Langs.;    Res.    1892. 


Francis  Despard  Dodge, 

Ph.  D.  90;  Ph.  B.  88.  1888  Asst.  Organic 
Chem.;  Ret.   1891. 

James  M.  Dodge, 

1908  Assoc.   Mech.   Eng.;   Ret.    1909. 

Raymond  Dodge, 

A.  B.  Williams  93;  Ph.  D.  Halle  96.  1916 
(Feb.)  Lect.  (non-resid.)  Psychology;  Ret. 
(June)  1916. 

Richard  Elwood  Dodge, 

A.  B.  Harvard  90;  A.  M.  94.  1895  First  appt. 
(T.  C);  1897  Prof.  Geography  (T.  C);  Res. 
1916. 

Eouis  Doelling, 

1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.   1910. 

Gustavus  Trask  Donnell, 

A.  M.  90;  A.  B.  89;  LL.  B.  92.  1889  First 
appt.;   1891  Asst.  Math.;  Ret.   1892. 

Franklin  Abbott  Dorman, 

A.  "M.,  M.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Harvard  94.  1900 
Instr.    Obstetrics;    Res.     1902. 

Goldthwaite  Higginson  Dorr, 

LL.  B.  04;  A.  B.  Harvard  97.  1906  First 
appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Law;  Ret.  1915. 

Katharine  Swift  Doty, 

A.  M.  05;  A.  B.  04.  1910  First  appt.;  1911 
Sec.  Barnard  Coll.— 

Gaston  Douay, 

1896  Lect.  Romance  Langs.;  Ret.   1897. 

Richard  Erwin  Dougherty, 

C.   E.   01.      1901   Asst.   Civil  Eng.;   Res.   1902. 

Arthur  Wesley  Dow, 

1904   Prof.    Fine   Arts    (T.   C.)— 

Edmund  LeRoy  Dow, 

M.   D.   95;    B.    S.,   M.   S.    Syracuse   92.      1901  : 
First  appt.;    1908  Assoc.   Med.;  Ret.   1910. 

Charles  North  Dowd, 

M.  D.  86;  A.  B.  Williams  79;  A.  M.  83.  1898 
First  appt.;  1910  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.— 

Helen  Rupert  Downes, 

A.  B.   14.      1916  Asst.   Chem.— 

William  Augustus  Downes, 

M.  D.  95.     1913  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.— 

Edgar  S.  Downes, 

A.  B.  Yale  98;  Ph.  D.  01.  1907  Tutor  Elec. 
Eng.;    Ret.    1908. 

George  Draper, 

M.  D.  06;  A.  B.  Harvard  03.  1912  First  appt.; 
1916  Assoc.   Clin.   Med.— 

William  Henry  Draper, 

M.  D.  55;  A.  B.  51;  A.  M.  54.  1867  Lect. 
Dis.  of  Kidneys;  Ret.  1870;  1867  also  Clin. 
Lect.  Dis.  of  the  Skin;  1869  Clin.  Prof.;  Ret. 
1879;  1880  Prof.  Clin.  Med.;  Emer.  1880: 
Trustee  1889-1901;  Died  1901. 

William  Kinnicutt  Draper, 

M.  D.  88;  A.  B.  Harvard  85.  1896  First 
appt.;   1910  Prof.   Clin.  Med.— 


36 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Wolfram  Emil  Dreyfus, 

Ph.  D.  Munich  00.  1900  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.; 
Ret.    1902. 

Frank  Drisler, 

A.  B.  74;  A.  M.  elsewhere.  1876  Tutor  Math.; 
Res.  1884;  1889  Entrance  Examiner,  Law  Sch.; 
Ret.   1891. 

Henry  Drisler,  Jr., 

A.  M.  42;  A.  B.  39;  LL.  D.  64;  LL.  D.  Har- 
vard 86.  1843  First  appt.;  1857  Prof.  Lat. 
Lang,  and  Lits.;  1867  Jay  Prof.  Greek  Lang, 
and  Lit.;  Emer.  1894;  1890  Dean  Sch.  of  Arts; 
Res.   1894;  Died   1897. 

Henry  Bernardin  Drowne, 

C.  E.  Brown  03.     1911  Instr.  Highway  Eng. — 

S.  W.  Dudley, 

1911  (Mar.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  (June) 
1911. 

William  Alexander  Duer, 

LL.  D.  29  Univ.  State  N.  Y.  1829  President; 
Res.     1842. 

Cornelius  Roosevelt  Dufifie, 

A.  B.  41;  A.  M.  44;  S.  T.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  65. 
1857   Chaplain;  Emer.    1891;  Died   1900. 

Edward  L,eonce  Dufourcq, 

E.  M.  92.     1893  Asst.  Mining;  Ret.  1893. 

Louise  Brisbin  Dunn, 

A.  M.  99;  A.  B.  97.  1900  Tutor  Botany;  Died 
1902. 

William  Archibald  Dunning, 

Ph.  D.  85;  A.  B.  81;  A.  M.  84;  LL.  D.  04. 
1886  First  appt.;  1896  Prof.  Hist.;  1903  Lieber 
Prof.  Hist,  and  Polit.  Philos. — 

Edward  Benjamin  Durham, 

E.  M.  92.  1893  Asst.  Mining;  Ret.  1895;  1900 
(Nov.)    Lect.   Mining;   Ret.    1901. 

Caroline  Austin  Duror, 

B.  S.  Barnard  14.  1916  (Mar.)  Asst.  Geology; 
Died    1916. 

Samuel  Train  Dutton, 

A.  B.  Yale  73;  A.  M.  00;  LL.  D.  Baylor  12. 
1900  Prof.  Educ.  Adminis.  and  Supt.  Teach- 
ers College  Schools;  Ret.   1915. 

Edward  Foote  Dwight, 

LL.  B.  89;  B.  L.  Wisconsin  87.  1889  Tutor 
Law;   Ret.    i'892. 

Kirby  Dwight, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Princeton  01.  1910  First 
appt.;  1915  Instr.  Surg. — 

Theodore  William  Dwight, 

LL.  D.  60;  A.  B.  Hamilton  40;  A.  M.  42: 
LL.  B.  Yale  42;  LL.  D.  Rutgers  59.  1858  Prof. 
Munic.  Law;  1878  Prof.  Law  of  Contracts, 
Maritime  and  Admiralty  Law;  Emer.  1891; 
1864  Warden  of  Law  Sch.;  Res.  1891;  Died 
1892. 

James  Garfield  Dwyer, 

M.  D.  Queen's  05.     1910  Instr.  Bacteriology — 

Harrison  Gray  Dyar, 

Ph.  D.  95;  A.  M.  94;  B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  89. 
1895  Asst.  Bacteriology;  Res.  1897. 

122 


Mortimer  Lamson  Earle, 

Ph.  D.  89;  A.  B.  86;  A.  M.  87.  1886  Fellow; 
Asst.  Greek:  Ret.  1889;  1894  Lect.  Greek;  Ret. 
1895;  1900  Prof.  Class.  Phil.;  Died  1905. 

Max  [  Forrester  1  Eastman, 

A.  B.  Williams  05.  1907  Asst.  Philos.;  Ret. 
1908;  1909  Asst.  Philos.;  1910  Assoc.  Philos.; 
Ret.  1911. 

George  Spencer  Eastwick, 

C.  E.  79.     1879  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1880. 

William  Barton  Eddison, 

Mech.  E.  12.  1913  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res. 
(Feb.)   1915. 

Walter  Hollis  Eddy, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  08;  B.  S.  Amherst  98.  1908 
First  appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Biol.  Chem.;  Res.  1914. 

Arthur  Edgar, 

A.  C.  Lehigh  05;  M.  S.  08;  Ph.  D.  Mass.  Inst. 
Tech.  12.     1912  Instr.  Chem.;  Died  1913. 

Dayton  James  Edwards, 

B.  S.  Main  06.  1908  Asst.  Zool.;  Res.  (Feb.) 
1909. 

James  Chidester  Egbert, 

Ph.  D.  84;  A.  B.  81;  A.  M.  82.  1886  First 
appt.;  1900  Roman  Archseol.  and  Epigraphy; 
19(J6  Prof.  Latin;  Director  Summer  Session 
1902 — ;  Director  Extension  Teaching  1910 — ; 
1916  (Feb.)  Director  School  of  Business- — 

Thomas  Egleston, 

A.  B.  Yale  54;  E.  M.  Sch.  Mines,  Paris,  60; 
Ph.  D.  Princeton  74;  LL.  D.  Trinity  74.  1864 
Prof.  Mineralogy  and  Metallurgy;  Emer.  1897; 
Died  1900. 

Arthur  B.  Eisenbrey, 

Ph.  B.  Western  Reserve  03;  M.  D.  06.  1913 
Instr.  Clin  Surg.;  Res.  1916. 

Frank  R.  Elder, 

B;  S.  Amherst  11.  1911  Asst.  Organic  Chem.; 
Ret.  1912. 

Ellsworth  Eliot,  Jr., 

M.  D.  87;  A.  B.  Yale  84.  1891  Asst.  Demonstr. 
Anat.;  Res.  1896;  1897  Instr.  Minor  Surg.;  1900 
Cnin.  Lect.  and  Demonstr.  Surg.;  Res.  1904; 
1914  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.— 

Ellsworth  Eliot,  Sr., 

M.  D.  52;  A.  B.  Yale  49.  1867  Registrar  Coll. 
P.  and  S.  and  Trustee  until  1890. 

Charles  Henry  Ellard, 

A.  M.  00;  A.  B.  97.  1902  First  appt.;  1903 
Tutor  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  (Feb.)  1909. 

William  Henry  Ellet, 

A.  B.  24;  M.  D.  elsewhere.  1830  First  appt.; 
1832  Prof.  Elem.  Chem.;  Ret.  1833. 

Arthur  Henry  Elliott, 

Ph.  D.  83;  Ph.  B.  81.  1888  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1889;  1903  Emer.  Prof.  Chem  and  Physics,  Coll. 
Pharmacy — 

Edward  S.  Elliott, 

B.  p.  E.,  Y.  M.  C.  A.  04;  M.  D.  Tufts  08;  S.  B. 
Boston  12.  1912  First  appt.;  1915  (Mar.)  Asst 
Prof.  Physical  Educ. — 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


37 


George  Robert  Elliott,- 

M.  D.  81.  1914  (Dec.)  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Ortho- 
paedic— 

Louis  von  Eltz, 

Gymnasium,  Graz,  Austria;  Testimonium  Ma- 
turitatis   63.     1884  Instr.    German;    Ret.   1885. 

John  Slade  Ely, 

M.  D.  86;  Ph.  B.  Yale  81;  M.  A.  97.  1887  First 
appt. ;  1897  Instr.  Clinical  Microscopy;  Res. 
1897. 

Harrington  Emerson, 

M.  A.  Royal  Polytechnic,  Munich.  1908  Lect. 
Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1909. 

Haven  Emerson, 

A.  M.;  M.  D.  99;  A.  B.  Harvard  96.  1902  First 
appt.;  1911  Assoc.  Physiol,  and  (1912)  in  Med.; 
Res.  1916. 

Arthur  Donaldson  Emmett, 

Ph.  D.  15.     1914  Instr.  BioI.Chem.;  Ret.  1915. 

Joseph  Engel  Engelson, 

M.  D.  06.  1914  (May)  Instr.  Obstatrics;  Res. 
(Jan.)    1915. 

Henry  Clay  Eno, 

M.  D.  64;  A.  B.  Yale  60;  A.  M.  63.  1869  Cu- 
rator Museum  (Medical);  Ret.  1870. 

H.  F.  F.  Erben, 

1910  (Dec.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  (Feb.) 
1911. 

Frank  Erdwurm, 

M.  D.,  03;  B.  S.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  99.  1909  First 
appt.;  1913  Instr.  Clin.  Med.;  Res.  (Oct.)  1915. 

William  Ernenputsch, 

1832  Prof.  German  Lang.;  Res.  1832. 

Carl  August  Ernst, 

A.  B.  Northwestern  89;  Ph.  D.  Leipzig  01.  1903 
Tutor  Gen.  Chem.;  Res.  (Feb.)  1903. 

John  Erskine, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  00;  A.  M.  01.  1909  First 
appt.;  1916  Prof.  English — 

William  L,.  Estabrooke, 

A.  B.  New  Brunswick  00;  A.  M.  02;  Ph.  D.  05; 

A.  B.  Harvard  01.  1908  Asst.  Indus.  Chem.; 
Res.  (Sept.)  1908. 

Allan  Chotard  Eustis, 

B.  S.  Tulane  96;  Ph.  B.  Yale  98.  1898  Asst. 
Physiol.  Chem.;  Ret.  1899. 

Austin  Patterson  Evans, 

A.  B.  Cornell  11;  Ph.  D.  16.  1915  Instr. 
History — 

Evan  Morton  Evans, 

M.  D.  95;  B.  S.  Priflceton  92.  1899  First  appt.; 
1900  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

Frank  Alexander  Evans, 

A.  B.  Washington  and  Jefferson  10;  M.  D. 
Johns  Hopkins  14.  1915  Asst.  Path.;  Res. 
1916. 

John  Ellis  Evans, 

A.  B.  Indiana  10;  A.  M.  11.  1914  (Mar.)  Asst. 
Psychology;  Ret.  (June)  1914. 

Ward  Vinton  Evans, 

Ph.  B.  Franklin  and  Marshall  07.  1916  Asst. 
Chem. — 


1895   Asst.   Demonstr. 


William  Maxwell  Evarts, 

A.  B.  Yale  37  (for  other  degrees  see  Yale 
record).     1860  Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1868. 

Duane  Shuler  Everson, 

A.  B.  64;  A.  M.  67.  1876  Tutor  Greek  and 
Latin;  Res.  1884;  1889  Entrance  Examiner,  Law 
School;  Ret.  1891;  Died  1905. 

Douglass  Ewell, 

M.    D.    91;   A.   B.   i 
Anat.;  Died  1897. 

James  Ewing, 

M.  D.  91;  A.  B.  Amherst  88.  1893  First  appt.; 
1897  Instr.  Clin.  Microscopy;  Ret.  1899. 

Thomas  Ewing,  Jr., 

A.  M.  86;  Jr.  B.  85;   LL.  D.   Georgetown  90. 

1885  Fellow,  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1888. 

28 

F 
Frank  Diehl  Fackenthal, 

A.  B.  06.  1909  First  appt.;  1910  Secretary  of 
the  University — 

John  Archibald  Fairlie, 

Ph.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Harvard  95;  A.  M.  96.  1899 
Lect.  Administration;  Res.  1900. 

Harold  Athelstane  Fales, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  M.  14;  B.  S.  Brooklyn  Poly- 
technic 11.     1913  Instr.  Chem.  — 

Jane  Therese  Fales, 

B.  S.  07.  1910  Asst.  Prof.  Household  Arts  (T. 
C.)-^ 

Kaufman  George  Falk, 

B.  S.  01;  Ph.  D.  Strassburg  OS.  1906  First 
appt.;  1907  Tutor  Physics;  Res.  1909. 

Milton  J.  Falk, 

B.  S.  04.     1904  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1905. 

Myron  Samuel  Falk, 

■    Ph.  D.  04;   C.  E.  99.     1900  First  appt.;    1905 
Lect.  Civil  Eng.;  Res.  (Jan.)  1910. 

Lemuel  William  Famulener, 

Ph.  C.  Mich.  00;  A.  B.  03;  M.  D.  06.  1914 
Assoc.  Serology — 

Dean  Spruill  Farisler, 

Ph.  D.  13;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Northwestern  06. 
1914  Lect.  English — ;  1916  Asst.  to  Dean— 

Charles  Hubert  Farnsworth, 

1910  Assoc.  Prof.  School  Music  (T.  C.)—  1906 
First  appt.  (T.  C.) 

Livingston  Farrand, 

M.  D.  91;  A.  B.  Princeton  88;  A.  M.  91.  1893 
First  appt.;  1903  Prof.  Anthrop.;  Res.  (Jan.) 
1914. 

Frederic  Ernest  Farrington, 

Ph.  D,  04;  A.  M.  02;  A.  B.  Harvard  94.  1910 
Assoc.  Prof.  Ednc.  (T.  C.) ;  Res.  1916. 

Hermon  Waldo  Farwell, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  02;  A.  M.  06.  1906  First 
appt.;  1910  Instr.  Physics — 

Roy  C.  Faulwetter, 

A.  B.  Miami  12.  19"14  Asst.  Botany;  Res. 
(Jan.)    1915. 


38 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Edgar  Fauver, 

M.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Oberlin  99.  1910  Asst.  Prof. 
Phys.  Educ.  (T.  C);  Res.  (Sept.)  1911. 

Benjamin  George  Feinberg, 

A.  M.  10;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  06.  1909  Lab. 
Asst.  Indus.  Chem.;  Ret.  1910. 

George  Albert  Ferguson, 

Ph.  B.  90.  1904  Prof.  Anal.  Chem.  and  Math., 
Coll.  Pharmacy;  Res.  1906. 

Harry  B.  Ferguson, 

Phar.  D.      1906  Clerk  Col.  Phar.;  Res.  1908. 

William  Ferguson, 

M.  D.  McGill  94.  1916  Instr.  Clin.  Laryngology 
and  Otology — 

Franklin  Charles  Fette, 

A.  M.  12;  Ph.  B.  Oberlin  99;  B.  P.  E.  Int.  Y.  M. 

C.  A.  Tr.  Sch.   10.      1910  Instr.  Phys.  Educ— 

Frank  Albert  Fetter, 

A.  B.  Indiana  91;  Ph.  M.  Cornell  92;  Ph.  D. 
Halle  94.     1912-13  Lect.  Economics;  Ret.  1913. 

Charles  Reinhard  Fettke, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  M.  11;  B.  S.  Wash.  State  Univ. 
10.     1911  Asst.  Geol.;  Ret.  1913. 

Cyrus  West  Field, 

M.  D.  Yale  00.  1902  Asst.  Path.;  Res.  (Nov.) 
1902;  1913  Asst.  Path.;  Ret.  1916. 

Edward  Appleton  Finch, 

1897  (Oct.)  Instr.  Wood  Working  (T.  C);  Res. 
1899. 

James  Kip  Finch, 

A.  M.  11;  C.  E.  06.  1910  First  appt.;  1915 
(Mar.)  Asst.  Prof.  Civil  Eng.— 

Ruth  S.  Finch, 

1912  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret.  1914. 

William  Findlay, 

A.  B.  McMaster  University  96;  A.  M.  98;  Ph. 

D.  Univ.  of  Chicago  01.  1901  Tutor"  Math.; 
Res.  1905. 

George  Irving  Finlay, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Harvard  98.  1901  Asst.  Geol.; 
Res.  1903. 

Charles  A.  Fischer, 

A.  B.  Wheaton  Coll.  05;  A.  M.  Illinois  10;  Ph. 
D.  Chicago  12.     1912  Instr.  Math. — 

Charles  Sumner  Fischer, 

M.  D.  81;  A.  M.  Trinity  (Ct.)  82;  M.  D.,  L.  L 
Coll.  Hosp.  87;  Ph.  D.  Strassburg  94.  1906 
Asst.  Med.;  Ret.  1910." 

Earl  Lincoln  Fisher, 

B.  S,  Worcester  Polytech.  15.  1915  Asst.  Elec 
Eng. — 

Ernst  Harry  Fischer, 

1907  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Ret,  1908. 

[Carl  Ferdinand]  Hermann  Fischer, 

M.  D.  96.     1909  Instr.  Clin.  Surg.— 

Gilbert  Dudley  Fish, 

C.  E.   13.     1913    (Aug.)   Asst.   Civ.   Eng.;  Ret. 


Nicholas  Fish, 

1823  Treasurer;  Res.  1824. 

George  Freeman  Fisher, 

1878  Registrar  School  of  Mines;  1896  Bursar; 
Ret.  1907. 

Harry  Linn  Fisher, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  Williams  09.  1910 
Asst.  Organic  Chem.;  Res.  1911;  1912  Instr. 
Organic  Chem. — 

Henry  Fisher, 

B.  S.  99.      1899  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1900. 

Thomas  Scott  Fiske, 

Ph.  D.  88;  A.  B.  85;  A.  M,  86.  1885  First 
appt.;  1897  Prof.  Math.— 

William  Benjamin  Fite, 

Ph.  B.  Cornell  92;  Ph.  D.  01.  1910  Prof. 
Math. — 

John  Driscoll  Fitz-Gerald,  H, 

Ph.  D.  06;  A.  B.  95.  1898  First  appt.;  1907 
Instr.  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res.  1909. 

Albert  Edward  Flanagan, 

B.  S.  10.     1911  Lect.  Drawing;  Res.  1912. 

Walter  Lynwood  Fleming, 

A.  M.  01;  B.  S.  Alabama  Polytechnic  Inst.  96; 
M.  S.  97.     1902  Lect.  Hist.;  Ret.  1903. 

Jefiferson  Butler  Fletcher, 

A.  B.  Harvard  87;  A.  M.  89.  1904  Prof.  Corap. 
Lit.— 

Abraham  Flexner, 

A.  B.  Johns  Hopkins  86;  A.  M.  Harvard  06. 
1908  (Oct.)  Asst.  Philos.;  Res.  (Dec.)  1908. 

Carleton  Phillips  Flint, 

M.  D.  Harvard  96.  1900  First  appt.;  1903  Instr. 
Surgery;  Died  1908. 

Edgar  Martin  Flint, 

A.  M.  10;  B.  S.  Rochester  09.  1909  Lab.  Asst. 
Quant.  Anal.;  Ret.   1910. 

Frederic  Hoole  Floy, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Wesleyan  92.  1897  Asst. 
Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1898. 

Frederick  William  Floyd, 

E.  M.,  C.  E.  77.  1877  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Ret. 
1878. 

Rolfe  Floyd, 

M.  D.  99;^.  B.  Harvard  95.  1901  First  appt.; 
1903  Lect.  Anat.  and  (1906)  Asst.  Med.;  Res. 
1907. 

Albert  Folke, 

1867  Asst.  Drawing;  Ret.  1871. 

Camille  Fontaine, 

B.  &s  L.  Paris  75;  Bachelier  en  Droit  77; 
Licencie  en  Droit  78.  1909  First  appt.;  1910 
Asst.  Prof.  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res. 
1916. 

Micco  Miltiades  Achilles  Fontrier, 

A.  B.  05.  1905  Asst.  Math.,  Mechanics,  Phy- 
sics; Res.  1907. 

Edward  Milton  Foote, 

A.  B.  Rochester  86;  M.  D.  Harvard  90.  1900 
Instr.  Surg.;  Res.   1910. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


39 


Francis  Seeley  Foote,  Jr., 

E.  M.  05.     1907  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Res.  1910. 

Charles  Forbes, 

M.  D.  71;  B.  S.  Rochester  64.  1902  First  ippt.; 
1903  Curator  Physics;  Ret.  1910. 

Charles  Savage  Forbes, 

Ph.  D.  04;  A.  B.  01;  A.  M.  03.  1901  Asst. 
Math.;  Ret.  1904. 

George  Burdett  Ford, 

1912  Lect.  Arch.;  Ret.  1914. 

John  Addison  Fordyce, 

M.  D.  Chicago  and  Berlin  88;  A.  B.  Adrian 
(Mich.)  78;  A.  M.  89;  Ph.  D.  (Hon.)  01.  1913 
(Mar.)  Prof.  Dermatology  and  Syphilology — 

E.  Felix  Forrestier, 

LL.  B.  1839  Prof.  Italian  Lang,  and  Lit.;  Res. 
1856. 

Edward  Joseph  Fortier, 

A.  B.  Tulane  04.  1910  First  appt.;  1916  Asst. 
Prof  French — - 

Nellis  Barnes  Foster, 

M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  02.  1906  First  appt.; 
1908  Assoc.  Biol.  Chem.;  Ret.  1913. 

A.  Foucher, 

Prof.  Indian  Langs,  and  Lits.  Univ.  Paris. 
1915  (Nov.)  Visting  French  Prof.;  Ret.  (June) 
1916. 

Claude  Russell  Fountain, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  Oregon  01.  1902  Asst.  Phy- 
sics; Res.  1905. 

George  Bingham  Fowler, 

M.  D.  71;  A.  B.  (Hon.)  C.  C.  N.  Y.  94.  1871 
Curator  Museum  (Medical);  Ret.  1876. 

Dixon  Ryan  Fox, 

A.  M.  12;  A.  B.  11.  1912  First  appt.;  1913 
Instr.  Hist. — 

George  Henry  Fox, 

A.  M.  Rochester  67;  M.  D.  Pennsylvania  69. 
1881  Clin.  Prof.  Dis.  of  Skin;  1904  Prof.  Der- 
matology; Res.  1907. 

Harriet  Ruth  Fox, 

A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  10.  1910  First  appt.;  1912 
Lect.   English;   Ret.    1913. 

Andrew  Ernest  Foye, 

C.  E.  90.  1892  First  appt.;  1894  Instr.  Civil 
Eng.;    Res.    1898. 

Leo  Joachim  Frachtenberg, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  M.  06.  Test.  Maturitatis,  Im- 
perial Royal  Gymnasium,  Austria,  1904;  1911 
Lect.  Anthropology;  Ret.  1913. 

George  Cutter  Fracker, 

Ph.  B.  Iowa  94;  B.  D.  96;  A.  M.  00.  1904 
Asst.  Psychol.;  Ret.   1905. 

Shepherd  Ivory  Franz, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  94.  1897  Asst.  Psychol.;  Ret. 
1900. 

Allen  C.  Eraser, 

B.  S.  Cornell.     1913  Asst.  Botany;  Ret.   1914. 


Francis  Richard  Eraser, 

A.  B.  Cambridge  07;  M.  B  Ch.  B.  Edinburgh 
10.     1914  Instr.  Clin.  Med.;  Res.  (Dec.)    1915. 

Leon  Eraser, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  B.  09;  A.  M.  12.  1914  First 
appt;    1916  Instr.   Politics — 

John  Clifford  Frazee, 

A.  M.  12;  A.  B.  Coe  Coll.  04.  1911  Asst. 
Physics;   Res.    1912. 

Thomas  Bruce  Freas, 

A.  B.  Stanford  96;  Ph.  D.  Chicago  11.  1911 
First   appt.;    1916   Assoc.    Prof.    Chem. — 

George  Cornell  Freeborn, 

M.  D.  73.  1887  Instr.  Normal  Histo.;  Res. 
1903;  Died   1911. 

Victor  Oscar  Freeburg, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A  B.  Yale  05;  A.  M.  08.  1915 
Instr.    English;   Ret.    1916. 

William  Horatio  Freedman, 

C.  E.  89;  E.  E.  91.  1892  Tutor  Elec.  Eng.; 
Mechanics;  Res.   1899. 

Anthony  C.  Freeman, 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Stanford  06.  1913  Instr. 
Pharmacology;    Ret.    1916. 

Daniel  Chester  French, 

A.  M.  Dartmouth.  1898  Advisory  Committee 
on  Art;    1908  Prof.   Sculpture;  Ret.    1914. 

Claude  Augustine  Frink, 

M.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Williams  98.  1907  Asst. 
Med.;   Res.    1909. 

Fannie  Cornelia  Frisbee, 

A.  B.  Rockford  (111.)  99.  1903  Tutor  Physics; 
Ret.    1904. 

Lewis  Fox  Frissell, 

M.  D.  00;  A.  B.  Yale  95;  A.  M.  97.  1906  First 
appt.;   1913  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Med. — 

Sven  Eroeberg, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  Bethany  03.  1907  (Jan.) 
Asst.  Psychol.;  Ret.    (Mar)    1907. 

Fred  Denton  Fromme, 

Ph.  D.  14;  B.  S.  So.  Dak.  State  Coll.  11.  1911 
Asst.   Botany;   Res.    1913. 

Halstead  Holloway  Frost,  Jr., 

A.  M.  86;  A.  B.  83;  Ph.  B.  (p.)  86.  1885 
Fellow,  Asst.  Hist,  and  Pol.  Science;  Ret. 
1887. 

Richard  Erothingham, 

M.  D.  Harvard  92.     1898  Instr.  Laryngology — 

Paul  Fuentes, 

E.  M.  94.  1895  (Jan.)  Asst.  Mining;  Ret. 
(June)    1895. 

Joseph  Edward  Fuld, 

M.   D.   13.     1915   Instr.- Surg.— 

George  Stuart  Eullerton, 

A.  B.  Pennsylvania  79;  A.  M.  82;  B.  D. 
Yale  83;  Ph.  D.  (Hon.)  Muhlenberg  92;  LL.  D. 
(Hon.)  00.     1904  Prof.  Philos— 

Grace  Eulmer, 

1910  Asst.  Prof.  Kindergarten  Educ.  (T.  C); 
Res.  1912. 


40 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Charles  Herman  Fulton, 

E.  M.  97.     1897  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  1898. 

Clyde  Furst, 

Ph.  B.   Dickinson  93;  A.  M.  95.     1902  Secre- 
tary,  Teachers   Coll.;   Res.    1911. 

98 
G 

Bern  Budd  Gallaudet, 

M.  D.  84;  A.  B.  Trinity  80;  A.  M.  83.     1891 
First  appt.;  1905  Asst.  Prof.  Anat.— 

Jesse  J.  Galloway, 

A.  B.  Indiana  09;  A.  M.  11;  Ph.  D.  13.     1916 
Curator    Paleontology — 

Charles  Galwey, 

A.   B.,   N.   Y.   Univ.   01.     1906  Asst.   English; 
Ret.  1907. 

John  Montgomery  Gambrill, 

A.M.  13.     1916  Asst.  Prof.  Hist.— 

Edward  Hall  Gardner, 

A.  M.  08;  A.  B  Amherst  05.  1908  Asst. 
English;  Res.   1909. 

Harry  Francis  Gardner, 

B.  S.  Michigan  12.     1912  Instr.  Mineralogy — 

Edward  A.  Garlock, 

B.  S..  1908  (July)  Asst.  Physics;  Res.  (Oct.) 
1908. 

James  Wilford  Garner, 

Ph.  D.  02;  B.  S.  Miss.  Agric.  and  Mech.  Coll. 
92;  Ph.  M.  Chicago  00.  1902  Lect.  Hist.;  Ret. 
1903. 

Arthur  Irving  Gates, 

B.  L.  California  14;  A.  M.  15.  1916  Asst. 
Psychology — 

Theodora  George, 

1906  Registrar  of  Teachers'  Coll.;  Res.  1914. 

Frank  C.  Gephart, 

A.  B.  Kansas  06.  1911  Assoc.  Clin.  Path;  Res. 
1912. 

John  Lawrence  Gerig, 

A.  B.  Misouri  98;  A.  M.  99;  Ph.  D.  Nebras- 
ka   02.      1906    First    appt.;    1912    Assoc.    Prof. 

Celtic- 
George  Balthazar  Germann, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  95.  1895  Asst.  Math.;  Ret. 
1898;  1899  Asst.  Philos.  and  Educ;  Ret.  1900; 
1900  Registrar  of  University;  Res.  1902. 

Hercules  Wallace  Geromanos, 

B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  02.  1902  Tutor  Metal- 
lurgy;   Ret.    1903. 

Arpad  G.  Gerster, 

M.  D.  Vienna  72.  1910  (Feb.)  Prof.  Clin. 
Surg.;  Res.  1914. 

Frederick  Hutton  Getman, 

A.  B.  Virginia  97;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  03. 
1907  Lect.  Physics;  Ret.  1908. 

H.  Rawle  Geyelin, 

A.  B.  Pennsylvania  06;  M.  D.  09.  1913  First 
appt.;    1916   Assoc,    Clin,    Path. — 


Virgi: 


Virgil  Pendleton  Gibney, 

a:  B.  Kentucky  69;  A.  M.  72;  LL.  D.  99; 
M.  D.  Bellevue  71.  1895  First  appt.;  1904 
Prof.  Orth.   Surgery —  , 

Franklin  Henry  Giddings, 

A.  B  Union  77;  A.  M.  89;  Ph.  D.  97;  LL  D. 
Oberlin  00.  1892  First  appt.;  1894  Prof. 
Sociology;  (1906)  Sociology  and  Hist.  Civiliza- 
tion— 

William  John  Gies, 

B.  S.  Pennsylvania  Coll.  93;  M.  S.  96;  Ph.  B. 
Yale  94;  Ph.  D.  97;  Sc.  D.  14.  1898  First 
appt.;  1905  Prof.  Biol.  Chem.— 

James  Meacham  Gifford, 

LL.  B.  83;  A.  B.  Middlebury  77;  LL.  D.  94. 
1883  Tutor  Law;  Ret.  1885. 

Ralph  W.  Gifford, 

A.  B.  Harvard  94;  LL.  B.  01;  M.  A.  Yale  12; 
LL.  D.  Fordham  12.  1909  Lect.  Law;  Ret. 
1910;    1913   Assoc.   Law;    1914  Prof.   Law — 

Henry  Stimson  Gilbertson, 

A.  B.  California  03.  1908  Asst.  Politics;  Ret. 
1909. 

inia  Crocheron  Gildersleeve, 

PTi.  D.  08;  A.  B.  99;  A.  M.  00.  1900  Asst. 
English;  Ret.  1907;  1908  Lect.  English;  1910 
(Mar.)  Asst.  Prof.  English—;  1911  (Feb.) 
Dean    Barnard    Coll. — 

Samuel  Giles, 

A  B.  (Hon.)  64.  1761  Tutor  Math.;  Ret. 
1763. 

John  Glanville  Gill, 

A.  B.  Ottawa  96;  A.  M.  Harvard  05;  Ph.  D. 
06.  1906  Tutor  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits.; 
Ret.  1908. 

Eaura  Drake  Gill, 

A.  B  Smith  81;  A.  M.  85;  D.  C.  L.  Univ.  of 
the  South  07.  1901  Dean  Barnard  College; 
Res.  1907. 

Jeannette  Bliss  Gillespy, 

A.  B.  00.     1900 -Asst.  Rhetoric;  Res.  1902. 

Eouis  Bliss  Gillet, 

A.  B.  04.  1908  (Feb.)  Asst.  English;  Ret. 
(June)   1908. 

Curtenius  Gillette, 

M.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Yale  97.  1906  Asst.  Clin.  Med.; 
Ret.  1913. 

Halbert  Power  Gillette, 

E.  M.  92.  1895  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  (Mar.) 
1896. 

Chandler  Robbins  Gilman, 

M.  D.  Pennsylvania  24.  1841  Prof.  Obstetrics, 
Dis.  Women  and  Children  and  Medical  Juris- 
prudence; Died  1865. 

George  Houghton  Gilman, 

A.  M.  88;  A.  B.  87;  LL.  B.  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.  02. 
1887  Fellow,  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1888. 

Garrard  Glenn, 

LL.  B.  03.     1914  (Jan.)  Lect.  Law— 

Percival  Sergeant  Goan, 

M.  E.  Cornell  13.  1915  (Mar.)  Asst.  Mech, 
Eng,;  Ret.  (June)  1915. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


41 


Farley  Brewer  Goddard, 

A.  B.  Harvard  81;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.  83.  1891 
Instr.  Greek;  Ret.  1892. 

Pliny  Earle  Goddard, 

A.  B.  Earlham  92;  A.  M.  96;  Ph.  D.  California 
04.     1915  Lect.  Anthropolgy — 

Frederick  Arthur  Goetze, 

M.  So.  05.  1895  First  appt.;  1899  Supt.  Build- 
ings and  Grounds;  1907  Dean  Fac.  of  App.  Sci. 
and  Consulting  Engineer — 

Prof.  Dr."  Goetze, 

Dir.  Arndt  Gym.  Berlin-Dahlem ;  1914  (Mar.) 
For.  Corresp.  (T.  C.)  for  Germany — 

Charles  Buxton  Going, 

Ph.  B.  82.     1908  Lect.  Mech.  Ehg.;  Ret.  1911. 

Alexander  Goldenweiser, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  B.  02;  A.  M.  04.  1910  First 
appt.;  1914  Instr,  Anthropology — 

Grace  Harriet  Goodale, 

A.  M.  16;  A.  B.  99.  1910  First  appt.;  1912  Lect. 
Classical  Philology — 

George  Arthur  Goodell, 

A.  M.  98;  A.  B.  Amherst  94.  1900  Tutor 
Chem.;   Ret.   1904. 

S.  Philip  Goodhart, 

M.  D.  Yale  94.  1914  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Neu- 
rology— 

Abraham  Lincoln  Goodman, 

M.  D.  95;  Ph.  G.,  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  91.  1915 
Instr.  Clin.  Dis.  Children — 

Frank  Johnson  Goodnow, 

LL,  B.  82;  LL.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Amherst  79;  A. 
M.  86;  LL.  D.  08;  LL.  D.  Harvard  09.  1883 
First  appt.;  1891  Prof.  Admin.  Law;  1903  Eaton 
Prof.  Admin.  Law  and  Munic.  Sci.;  1906  Dean 
Sch.  Polit.  Sci.;  1913  Pub.  Law  and  Polit.  Sci.; 
Res.  (Mar.)  1914. 

Hubert  Baker  Goodrich, 

Ph.  D.  16;  B.  S.  Amherst  09;  A.  M.  14;.  1912 
Asst.  Zool.;  Ret.  1914. 

Frederic  Grosvenor  Goodridge, 

Ph.  D.  15;  M.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Harvard  97.  1912 
First  appt.;  1915  Assoc.  Biol.  Chem. — 

Malcolm  Goodridge, 

M.  D.  98.  1907  (Feb.)  Asst.  Dis.  of  Children; 
Res.  1909. 

Willystine  Goodsell, 

Ph.  D.  10;  B.  S.  05;  A.  M.  06.  1911  (Mar.) 
Asst.  Prof,  of  Hist,  of  Educ.  (T.  C.)— 

Edward  Goodwin, 

E.  M.  89.    1891  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret.  1892. 

George  Munro  Goodwin, 

1913  Instr.  Pharmacology;  Ret.  1916. 

Jasper  Tillerous  Goodwin, 

A.  ivi.  78;  A.  B.  76;  LL.  B.  78.  1875  First 
appt.;  1887  Adj.  Prof.  Math.;  Res.  1895. 

Ralph  Edward  Goodwin, 

A.  B  .Yale  08;  Ph.  JB.  09;  C.  E.  12.  1912  Asst. 
Civil  Eng.;  Ret.  1913. 


Donald  Gordon, 

M.  D.  96.  1911  Instr.  Physiol.;  1916  Clin. 
Surg.— 

Reginald  Gordon, 

A.  B.  88.  1889  First  appt.;  1896  Instr.  Physics; 
Res.  (Jan.)  1902. 

N.  J.  Gottbrath, 

1916  Instr.  Neurology — 

Richard  John  Horatio  Gottheil, 

A.  B.  81;  Ph.  D.  Leipsic  86.  1886  First  appt.; 
1892  Prof.  Rabbinical  Lit.  and  Semitic  Langs. — 

Daniel  Gorren, 

C.  E.  07.     1907  Asst.  Civil  Eng. ;  Ret..  1908. 

Frederick  Shand  Goucher, 

A.   B.  Acadia  09;   B.   Sc.   10;  A.   B.  Yale   11; 
A.  M.  12.     1912  Asst.  Physics- 
Elgin  Ralston  Lovell  Gould, 

A.  B.  Victoria  (Ont.)  81;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins 
86.     1901  Lect.  Polit.  Econ.;  Res.   (Feb.)   1902. 

Amadeus  William  Grabau, 

S.  B.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  96;  M.  S.  Harvard  98; 

5.  D.  00.  1901  First  appt.;  1905  Prof.  Paleon- 
tology— 

Roderic  Vincent  Grace. 

M.  D.  11:  A.  B..  C.  C.  N.  Y.  04.  1915  Asst. 
Anat.   and   1916  Instr.    Surg. — 

Walter  C.  Graetz, 

■R.  S.  Wisconsin  12.  1912  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.; 
Ret.   1913. 

Walter  Tames  Graham. 

A.  M.  12;  A.  B.  Bates  11.     1913  Asst.  English— 

Apoleton  Grannis, 

A.  M.  98;  A.  B.  93.  1905  Chaplain  pro  tern.; 
Res.  (Jan.)  1906. 

Edwprd  John  Grant, 

A.  B.  09.     1915  Asst.  Registrar— 

Gavlord  W.  Graves, 

M.  D.  Cornell  08.     1914  Asst.  Dis.  Children — 

Gordon  Harwood  Graves, 

A.  M.  09;  B.  S.  Earlham  05;  A.  B.  Haverford, 

06.  1911    Instr.    Math.;    Ret.    1915. 

Frank  Pierrepont  Graves, 

Ph.  D.  12-  A.  B.  9":  A.  l^f.  91-  Pli.  D  Boston 
92;  Litt.  D.  Heidelberg  (O.)  96;  LL.  D.  Han- 
over 97.  1890  Asst.  Greek  Lang,  and  Lit.;  Ret. 
1891. 

Clifford  Gray, 

A.  M.  03;  E.  E.  02;  C.  E.  09.  1903  Tutor 
Math.;  Ret.  1905. 

James  Eakins  Gray. 

A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  09.  1909  Asst.  Math.;  Ret. 
1911.      ■ 

Jesse  Martin  Gray, 

A.  M.  13;  A.  B.  Olivet  04.  1914  Instr.  Ger- 
manic Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Louis  Herbert  Gray, 

Ph.  D.  00;  A.  M.  98:  A.  B.  Princeton  96.  1901 
(Jan.)  Lect.  Oriental  Langs.;  Ret.  (June)  1901, 


42 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Herbert  Green, 

LL.  B.  Harvard  78.  1893  Lect.  Code;  Ret. 
1894. 

Joseph  C.  Green, 

A.  B.  Princeton  08;  A.  M.  09.  1911  Instr. 
History;  Ret.  1913. 

Nathan  Williams  Green, 

M.  p.  98;. A.  M.  98;  A.  B.  Yale  94.  1900  Asst. 
Demonstr.  Physiol.;  Res.  1902;  1912  Instr. 
Surg.— 

David  Joy  Greene, 

C,  E.  94;  M.  E.  Cornell  95.  1898  (Jan.)  Asst. 
Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  (Felj.)  1898. 

John  Greene, 

LL.  B.  79;  A.  M.  St.  Francis  (Brooklyn)  86; 
L.  H.  D.  04.  1883  First  appt.;  1884  Instr.  Hist.; 
Ret.  1885. 

Cyril  Walter  Greenland, 

B.  Sc.  Queen's  13.  1914  Asst.  Minerology;  Ret. 
1916. 

James  Leal  Greenleaf, 

C.  E.  80.  1881  First  appt.;  1891  Adj.  Prof. 
Civil  Eng.;  Res.  1895. 

Isidor  Greenwald, 

Ph.  D.  11;  B.  S.  Michigan  09.  1909  Asst.  Biol. 
Chem.;  Res.  1911. 

James  Cowan  Greenway, 

M.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Yale  00.  1906  First  appt.; 
1907  Asst.  Biol.  Chem.;  Ret.  1908. 

Louise  Hoyt  Gregory, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Vassar  03.  1908 
First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Zoology — 

Luther  Elwood  Gregory, 

C.  E.  93.     1893  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  1897. 

Menas  S.  Gregory, 

M.  D.  Albany  Med.  Coll.  98.  1911  First  appt.; 
1912  Assoc.  Psychiatry;  Res.  1915. 

William  King  Gregory, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  B.  00;  A.  M.  05.  1905  First 
appt.;    1916    Asst.    Prof.   Vert.    Paleontology — 

Victor  Raphael  Greiff, 

E.  E.  07.    1907  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1908. 

Frank  Frommel  Grevatt, 

E.  E.  1904  (June)  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.;  Res. 
(July)   1904. 

Henry  Arthur  Griffin, 

M.  D.  89;  A.  B.  Harvard  86.  1896  Lect.  Materia 
Medica;  Ret.  1897;  1901  Instr.  Med.  Diag.;  Res. 
(Dec.)   1901. 

John  Griscom, 

1813  Prof.   Chem.;   Ret.   1820. 

F.  M.  Griswold, 

1911     (Feb.)     Lect.    Mech.     Eng.;    Ret.     1911 

Abraham  Gross, 

A.  M.  10;  Ph.  B.  Pittsburgh  98;  Ph.  M.  00. 
1910  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret.  1912. 

John  Daniel  Gross, 

S.  T.  D.  (Hon.)  1789.  1784  Prof.  German 
Lang.,  also  Prof.  Geog.;  Res.  1705;  1787  Prof. 
Moral  Philos,;  Res.  1795;  1787  Trustee;  Res. 
17S7;  Died  1812. 


Gerald  Harrison  Grout, 

M.  D.  02.  1912  Instr.  Ophthalmology;  Res, 
1915. 

Charles  C.  Grove, 

A.  B.  Penn.  State  Coll.  00;  A.  M.  03;  Ph.  D. 
Johns  Hopkins  06.  1909  First  appt.;  1910  Asst. 
Prof.  Math. — 

N.  C.  Grover, 

1911  (Feb.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  (June) 
1911. 

Charles  Edward  Gudewill,  ' 

C.  E.  90.     1890  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Ret.  1891. 

Roscoe  Guernsey, 

A.  B.  Union  96;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  01. 
1903  First  appt.;  1916  Asst.  Prof.  Clas.  Philo.— 

Alfred  Hermann  Gumaer, 

B.  S.  98.      1903  Instr.  Arch.  Design;  Res.  1906. 

Charles  A.  Gunn, 

B.  S.     1896  Asst.  Arch.;  Ret.  1897. 

James  Newton  Gunn, 

1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1909. 

Thomas  McCheyne  Gunn, 

A.  B.  Univ.  of  Washington  99;  A.  M.  00;  B.  S. 
Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  05.  1909  Instr.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Res.  1912. 

Emma  Henrietta  Gunther, 

A.  M.  15;  B.  S.  11.  1915  Asst.  Prof.  House- 
hold Arts. — 

William  Dameron  Guthrie, 

A.   M.    (Hon.)    Yale   04;   LL.   D.   Fordham   16. 

1909  Ruggles  Prof.  Const.  Law. — 

69 
H 

Sidney  Valentine  Haas, 

M.  D.  95.  1907  Asst.  Dis.  of  Children;  Res. 
1912. 

Herman  Karl  Haeberlin, 

Ph.  D.  15.  1915  Research  Asst.  Anthropology: 
Ret.  1916. 

Jules  Victor  Haberman, 

M.  D.  OS;  A.  B.  02.  1909  Instr.  Neurology 
and  (1910)  Appl.  Therapeutics. — 

Frank  Sutliff  Hackett, 

A.  B.  99.  1899  Asst.  Rhet.  and  English  Comp.; 
Ret.  1900. 

Charles  L.  Hackley, 

U.  S.  M.  A.  29.  1843  Prof.  Math.,  Astron.; 
Died   1891. 

Paul  C.  Haeseler, 

S.  B.  Chicago  11.  1911  First  appt.;  1912  Asst. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1913;  1914  Asst.  Chem.— 

Charles  A.  Hague, 

1909  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1910. 

Fritz  Felix  Hahn, 

Ph.  D.  Ludwig  Maximilian  Univ.  (Munich)  10. 
1911  Curator  Palaeontology;  Ret.  1912. 

Vernon  Hahn, 

A.  B.  Wabash  13.     1915  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret.  1916. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


43 


Robert  Murray  Haig, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  B.  Ohio  Wesleyan  08;  A.  M. 
Illinois  09.  1912  First  appt.;  1916  Asst.  Erof. 
Economics. — 

Frank  Eugene  Hale, 

A.  B.  Yale  00;  Ph.  D.  02.  1902  Asst.  Anal. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1903. 

Henry  Ewing  Hale,  Jr., 

M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Princeton  92;  A.  M.  96.  1900 
First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Clin.  Med. — 

Robert  Lee  Hale, 

A.  B.  Harvard  06;  A.  M.  07;  LL.  B.  09.  1915 
■First  appt.;  1916  Instr.  Economics. — 

Charles  Cuthbert  Hall, 

A.  B.  Williams  72;  D.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  90;  Har- 
vard 97;  Yale  01;  LL.  D.  Union  05.  1897 
President,  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  with  seat  in 
Univ.  Council;  Died  1908. 

Everett  J.  Hall, 

1901  First  appt.;   1911  Asst.  Prof.  Assaying.— 

Fairfax  Hall, 

M.  D.  11;  Ph.  B.  Yale  07.  1915  (Jan.)  Instr. 
Med.;  Ret.    (Apl.)    1915. 

G.  Stanley  Hall, 

Ph.    D.;    LL.    D.     Pres.     Clark    University.— 

1912  Non-resident  Lect.  Psychol.;  Ret.  1912. 

John  Mead  Hall, 

M.  D.  Cornell  04.  1916  Instr.  Clin.  Laryn- 
gology and  Otology. — 

Leland  Boylston  Hall, 

1913  Lect.  Music;  Ret.  1914;  1915  Instr. 
English. — 

Percy  Foster  Hall, 

A.  M.  89;  A.  B.  88.  1888  Tutorial  Fellow 
Math.;  Ret.  1891. 

Richard  John  Hall, 

M.  D.  78;  A.  B.  Princeton  75.  1883  First  appt.; 
1883  Adj.  Prof.  Anat.  and  (87)  Surg.;  Ret. 
1889. 

Walter  Henry  Hall, 

1910  First  appt.;  1913  Prof.  Choral  and  Church 
Music. — 

William  A.  Haller, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  Amherst  08.  1909 
First  appt.;  1911  Instr.  English. — 

Edward  John  Hallock, 

A.  M.  72;  A.  B.  69;  Ph.  D.  Heidelberg  78. 
1871  Asst.  Gen.  Chem..;  Ret.  1877. 

William  Hallock, 

A.  B.  79;  Ph.  D.  Wurzburg  81;  Phar.  D.  (Hon.) 
National  Coll.  Phar.  92.  1892  First  appt.;  1902 
Prof.  Physics;  1906  Dean  Pure  Sci.;  Res.  1909; 
Died  1913. 

Frederick  Arthur  Halsey, 

B.  M.  E.  Cornell  78.  1911  Assoc.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Ret.  1915. 

William  Stewart  Halsted, 

M.  D,  77;  Sc.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Yale  74;  LL.  D.  04; 
F.  R.  C.  S.  (Hon.)  Edinburgh  05;  LL.  D.  05. 
1885  Lect.  Surg.;  Ret.  1887. 


Abdullah  Feyzi  Hamdi, 

E.  E.  16.      1916  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.— 

William  Hamersley, 

M.  D.  Edinburgh.  1792  Prof.  Institutes  of 
Med.;  1795  Prof.  Theory  and  Prac.  of  Med.; 
1808  Prof.  Prac.  Med.;  Ret.  1813;  (Coll.  P.  and 
S.,  Prof.  Clin.  Med.  1813-23.) 

Baxter  Perry  Hamilton, 

E.  E.  13.     1913  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1915. 

B.  Wallace  Hamilton, 

M.  D.  Pennsylvania  01.    1913  Asst.  Dis.  Child.— 

Clayton  Meeker  Hamilton, 

A.  M.  01;  A.  B.  Brooklyn  Polytechnic  01.  1902 
Tutor  English;  Ret.  1904. 

Francis  Merriam  Hamilton,. 

A.  B.  Indiana  97;  A.  M.  01.  1905  Asst. 
Psychol.;  Ret.  1906. 

Alfred  Dwight  Foster  Hamlin, 

A.  B.  Amherst  75;  A.  M.  85;  L.  H.  D.  St. 
John's  (Md.)  12.  1887  First  appt.;  1904  Prof. 
Hist,  of  Arch. — 

Frederic  Moir  Hanes, 

A.  B,  No.  Carolina  03;  A.  M.  Harvard  04; 
M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  08.  1909  First  appt.; 
1912  Asst.  Path.;  Res.  1912. 

George  Byron  Hanna, 

E.  M.  68;  A.  B.  Brown  65.  1867  Asst.  Gen. 
Chem.,  Mineralogy;  Ret.  1868. 

Henry  Winthrop  Hardon, 

A.  B.  Harvard  82;  LL.  B.  and  A.  M.  85.  1896 
Prof,  of  Law;  Ret.  1899. 

Charles  Asbury  Harper, 

Ph.  B.  Berlin  96.  1897  Asst.  Organic  Chem.; 
Ret.  1899. 

Robert  Aimer  Harper, 

A.  B.  Oberlin  86;  A.  M.  91;  Ph.  D.  Bonn  96. 
1911  Torrey  Prof.  Botany.— 

Flora  Ellen  Harpham, 

A.  B.  Carleton  College  88;  A.  M.  92.  1896 
Computer   Dept.   Astron.;   Res.   1908. 

Robert  Harpur, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  1762;  A.  B.  Glasgow.  1762  Prof. 
Math,  and  Nat.  History;  1765  Prof.  Math.;  Res. 
1767;  1787  Trustee;  Res.  1795. 

Charles  Alonzo  Harriman, 

1891  First  appt.;  1911  Asst.  Prof.  Arch.— 

Nathan  Russell  Harrington, 

A.  B.  Williams  93;  A.  M.  95.  1895  Asst.  Biol. 
Zool.;  Ret.  1897;  Died  1899. 

Thomas  Henry  Harrington, 

C.  E.  89.  1894  Asst.  Drawing;  Mech  Eng.;  Res. 
1898;  1901  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  1912  Asst.  Prof. 
Drawing — ■ 

William  Harris, 

S.  T.  D.  1811;  A.  B.  Harvard  1786;  A.  M. 
1789.     1811    President;    Died    1829. 

Theodore  Stuart  Hart, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Yale  91;  A.  M.  93.  1904 
First  appt.;  1913  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 


44 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Frank  Hartley, 

M.  D.  80;  A.  B.  Princeton  77;  LL.  D.  09. 
1888  First  appt.;  1900  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.;  Died 
1913. 

Henry  Gottlieb  Hartmann, 

A.  B.  Brooklyn  Polytechnic  Inst.  ,00.  1911 
Lect.  Philos.;  Ret.  1912. 

George  Wilber  Hartwell, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  06;  Ph.  B.  Wesleyan  03.  1906 
First  appt.;  1907  Lect.  Math.;  Ret.  1908. 

Samuel  Clark  Harvey, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  07;  M.  D.  11.  1912  Instr.  Path.; 
Res.  1913. 

Alice  Haskell, 

A.  M.  08;  A.  B.  06.  1906  First  appt.;  1911  Lect. 
English;  Res.  1911. 

Juliana    Haskell     (Mrs.    Henry    S. 
Haskell), 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  04;  A.  M.  05.  1908  First 
appt.;  1910  Instr.  Germanic  Langs,  and  Lxts. — 

Mellen  W.  Haskell, 

A.  B.  Harvard  83;  Ph.  D.  Gottingen  89.  1916 
Prof.  Math.— 

Thomas  Hastings, 

Diplome  de  I'Ecole  des  Beaux-Arts  84.  1905 
Director  of  Atelier;  Res.  1912. 

Thomas  Samuel  Hastings, 

A.  B.  Hamilton  48;  L.  H.  D.  97;  B.  D.  Union 
Theol.  51;  D.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  65;  LL.  D. 
Princeton  88.  1890  [1888]  President  Union 
Theol.  Sem.  with  seat  in  Univ.  Council;  Res. 
1897. 

Laura  Hatch, 

A.  B.  Vassar  06;  M.  S.  Chicago  11.  1914  First 
appt.;  1915  Lect.  Geology;  Ret.  1916. 

Charles  Montgomery  Hathaway,  Jr., 

Ph.  D.  Yale  02.     1903  Tutor  English;  Ret.  1905. 

Frank  Randel  Hathaway, 

A.  M.  89;  A.  B.  88.  1890  First  appt.;  1891  Asst. 
Pol.  Econ.,  Social  Sci.;  Ret.  1892. 

George  William  Hau, 

A.  M.  09;  B.  Pd.  Ohio  Normal  99;  A.  M.  Ohio 
Northern  05.  1908  (Oct.)  Asst.  Germanic 
Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res.  (Nov.)  1908. 

Philip  Bouvier  Hawk, 

Ph.  D.  03;  B.  S.  Wesleyan  98;  M.  S.  Yale  02. 
1901  Asst.  Physiol.  Chem.;  Res.  1903,. 

Forbes  Hawkes, 

M.  D.  91;  A.  B.  Yale  87.  1903  Instr.  Surg.; 
Res.  1908;  1914  Assoc.  Clin.  Surg.— 

Herbert  Edwin  Hawkes, 

A.  B.  Yale  96;  Ph.  D.  00.    1910  Prof.  Math.— 

B.  Waterhouse  Hawkins, 

1871  Lect.  Zool.;  Ret.  1871. 

Paul  Teland  Haworth, 

Ph.  D.  06;  A.  B.  Indiana  99;  A.  M.  01.  1906 
Lect.  Hist.;  Res.  (Feb.)  1907. 

James  Paynor  Hayden, 

M.  D.  84.  1896  First  appt.;  1904  Prof.  Genito- 
urinary Dis.;  Res.  1916. 


Philip  Meserve  Hayden, 

A.  M.  13;  A.  B.  Tufts  03.  1915  First  appt.; 
1916  Instr.  Spanish — 

Alfred  Hayes,  Jr., 

LL.  B.,  98;  A.  B.  Princeton  95;  A.  M.  98. 
1902  First  appt.;  1906  Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1907. 

Carlton  Huntley  Hayes, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  04;  A.  M.  05.  1907  First 
appt.;  1915  Assoc.  Prof.  History — 

Charles  Harris  Hayes, 

A.  M.  91;  A.  B.  90:  B.  D.  Gen.  Theol.  Sem.  94. 
1890  Tutorial  Fellow  German;  Ret.  1891. 

Rowland  Haynes, 

A.  B.  Williams  02.  1905  Asst.  Philos.;  Res, 
1906. 

Royal  Storrs  Haynes, 

M.  D.  03;  Ph.  B.  Cornell  99.  1911  First  appt.; 
1915   Assoc.   Dis.   Children — 

Harold  Hays, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  02;  A.  M.  05.  1916  Instr.  Clin. 
Laryngology  and  Otology — 

Edward  K.  Hayt, 

1906  Asst.  Bursar  and  (19Q9)  Asst.  Registrar 
(Medical  School) — 

Harold  Dexter  Hazeltine, 

A.  B.  Brown  94;  LL.  B.  Harvard  98;  J.  U.  D. 
Berlin  05.  1912  Carpentier  Lect.  English  Legal 
Hist.;  Ret.  1913;  1916  Carpentier  Lect.  English 
Legal  History — 

Charles  Downer  Hazen, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  89;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  93; 
L.  H.  D.  Hobart  11.  1910  Lect.  Hist.;  Ret. 
1911;  1916  Prof.  History— 

Tracy  Elliot  Hazen, 

Ph.  D.  00;  A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  Vermont  97.  1902 
First  appt.;  1910  Asst.  Prof.  Botany — 

Francis  Wenger  Heagey, 

M.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Princeton  08.  1914  Instr. 
Anatomy — 

William  Patrick  Healy, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  96;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  GO.  1904 
Instr.  Gynaecology;  Res.  1908. 

Frederick  William  Hehre, 

E.  E.  08.  1909  First  appt.;  1916  Asst.  Prof. 
Elec.  Eng. — 

Linville  Laurentine  Hendren, 

Ph.  D.  OS;  A.  B.  Trinity  (N.  C.)  00;  A.  M.  01. 
1902  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1905. 

Vivian  Allen  Charles  Henmon, 

Ph.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Bethany  95;  A.  M.  99.  1904 
(April)  Asst.  Psychol.;  Ret.  (June)  1904;  1905 
Lect.  Psychol.;  Res.  1907. 

Edna  Mary  Henry, 

A.  B.  15.     1915  Asst.  Zoology— 

Otto  Hensel, 

M.  D.  00;  Ph.  G.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  95.  1910 
Instr.  Clin.  Med. — 

H.  H:ensoldt, 

Ph.  D.     1888  Asst.  Nat.  Hist.;  Ret.  1891. 

C.  E.  Herrington, 

A.  B.     1895  Asst.  Biol.;  Ret.  1896. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


45 


Arthur  Lowell  Herrick, 

B.  S.  Dartmouth  09;  C.  E.  Wisconsin  10.  1910 
Instr.  Mech.  Eng. — 

William  W.  Herrick, 

1908  First  appt.;  1913  Assoc.  Instr.  Med. — 

Charles  Herrman, 

Md.  D.  95;  B.  S.  C.  C.  N.  Y.  90.  1910  First 
appt.;  1911  Instr.  Dis.  of  Children— i?et.  1914. 

Christian  Archibald  Herter, 

M.  D.  85.  1903  Prof.  Pharmacology  and  Thera- 
peutics; Died  1910. 

William  Addison  Hervey, 

A.  M.  94;  A.  B.  93.  1896  First  appt.;  1915  Prof. 
Germanic  Langs,  aiid  Lits.;  1908  Registrar;  Res. 
1913. 

Henry  Hess, 

1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  1909. 

Frederick  William  Justus  Heuser, 

A.  M.  02;  A.  B.  01.  1902  Asst.  Germanic 
Langs,  and  Lits.;  1903  Lect.;  Ret.  1904;  1905 
Tutor;  1910  Instr.;  1912  Asst.  Prof.  Germanic 
Langs,  and  Lits — 

John  Vance  Hewitt, 

LL.  B.,  12;  A.  B.  Missouri  05.  1916  Assoc. 
Law — 

Frederick  Charles  Hicks, 

Ph.  B.  Colgate  98;  A.  M.  Brown  07;  LL.  B. 
Georgetown  01.      1911  Law  Librarian — 

Henry  Harold  Higbie, 

E.  E.  04.  1904  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  (Feb.) 
1905. 

Eric  Higgins, 

B.  Sc.  Victoria  (Manchester,  Eng.)  06.  1907 
Asst.  Physical  Chem.;  Ret.   1908. 

Warren  Hildreth, 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Princeton  06.  1914  First 
appt.;     1915    Instr,    Obstetrics — ■ 

Arthur  St.  John  Hill, 

E.  E.  Poly.  Inst.  Bkln.  1913  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.; 
Ret.    1915. 

David  Jayne  Hill, 

A.  B.  Bucknell  74;  A.  M.  77;  LL.  D.  Colgate 
83;  Penn  02;  Union  02;  Litt.  D.  Geneva  06. 
1910-11  Lect.  on  Carpentier  Foundation. 

George  William  Hill, 

LL.  D.  (Hon.)  94;  Ph.  D.  Rutgers  72;  Sc.  D. 
Cambridge  92;  LL.  D.  Princeton  96.  1898 
Lect.  Celestial  Mechanics;  Res.  1901. 

John  Ethan  Hill, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  85;  Ph.  D.  Clark  95.  1895  Tutor 
Math.;  Ret.   1897. 

Patty  Smith  Hill, 

1910  Asst.  Prof.  Kindergarten  Educ.  (T.  C.)— 

Milo  Burdette  Hillegas, 

Ph.  D.  12;  Ph.  B.  Rochester  97.  1911  First 
appt.;  1915  Assoc.  Prof.  Educ.  (T.  C);  Res. 
1916. 

Julian  Colgate  Hines,  Jr., 

S.  B.  No.  Carolina  05;  S.  M.  09.  1910  Asst. 
Physics;   Res.   1912. 


Gustav  Hinrichs, 

1899    Conductor    Music;    Res.    1905. 

Ferdinand  Friis  Hintze, 

B.  S.  Utah;  A.  M.  11.  1911  Asst.  Palaon- 
tology;  Ret.   1913. 

Gertrucie  Mary  Hirst, 

Ph.  D.  02;  A.  M.  00;  A.  B.  Newnham  (Cam- 
bridge,  Eng.)  90.  1901  First  appt.;  1912  Asst. 
Prof.   Classical   Philology — 

Friedrich  Hirth, 

Ph.  D.  and  A.  M.  Rostock  69.  1902  Dean 
Lung  Prof.  Chinese;  Ret.   1916. 

Philip  Hanson  Hiss,  Jr., 

M..  D.  95;  A.  B.  Johns  Hopkins  91.  1896 
First  appt.;  1906  Prof.  Bacteriology;  Died  1913. 

Charles  Knapp  Hitchcock, 

A.  M.  00;  A.  B.  97;  E.  M.  00.  1900  Asst. 
Mining;  Ret.   1901. 

Philip  Kari  Hitti, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  B.  Syrian  Protestant  Coll.  08. 
1914    Gustav    Gottheil    Lect.    Semitic    Langs. — 

Harwood  Hoadley, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  00.  190S  Lect.  Classical 
Philology;  Ret.  1907. 

John  Albert  Hoag, 

C.  E.  09.     1909  Asst.  Drawing;  Res.   1910. 

Eugene  Hodenpyl, 

M.  D.  85.  1887  First  appt.;  1904  A.lj.  Prof. 
Path.  Anat.,  Path.;  Died  1910. 

Percy  Hodge, 

A.  B.  Western  Reserve  92;  B.  S.  Case  School 
of  Appl.  Sci.  94;  Ph.  D.  Cornell  08.  1910 
Asst.    Prof.    Mechanics;   Res.    1911. 

John  Hamilton  Potter  Hodgson, 

M.  D.  89;  M.  D.  Virginia  87.  1908  Instr. 
Dermatology;  Ret.  1910. 

Alfred  Hoffman, 

A.  M.  04;  A.  B.  03;  Ph.  D.  Berlin  07,  1907 
Asst.   Organic   Chem.;   Ret.    1910. 

Eugene  Augustus  Hoffman, 

D.  D.  87;  A.  B.  Rutgers  47  and  D.  D.  64; 
A.  B.  Harvard  48;  Grad.  CJen.  Theol.  Sem.  51 
and  D.  D.  85;  D.  D.  Racine  Coll.  82;  D.  D. 
Oxford  96;  D.  C.  L.  King's  Coll.  N.  S.  90; 
LL.  D.  Univ.  South  91  and  Trinity  Toronto 
93  and  Trinity  95.  1890  [1879]  Dean  General 
Theol.  Sem.  with  seat  in  Univ.  Counoil;  Died 
1902. 

Phebe  Edith  Hoffman, 

A.  M.    13;  A.   B.    12.      1914  Asst.   Hist.;  Ret. 

Heinrich  O.  Hofman, 

Ph.   D.      1902   Lect.   Metallurgy;   Ret.    1904. 

Barry  Hogarty, 

B.  S.     1899  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  1901. 

Francis  Newberry  Holbrook, 

Sic<f  1892  ■  ^^^'  ■^^^*'  ■'^^^^y'"^!  ^^'-  1880; 
Frederick  Montgomery  Holbrook 

E.  E.  97.     1897  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  '(Jan.) 

1898. 


46 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Richard  Thayer  Holbrook, 

Ph.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Yale  93.  1903  Tutor  Romance 
Langs,  and  Lits. ;  Res.  1906. 

Henry  Van  Velsor  Holcomb, 

M.  D.  03;  Phar.  D.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  98. 
1906  Asst.   Surg.;  Res.   1909. 

Ernest  Selah  Holcombe, , 

M.  E.  Cornell  Univ.  01.  1906  Lect.  Elec. 
Eng.;    Ret.    (Mar.)    1907. 

Edwin  Chapin  Holden, 

E.  M.  96;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  93.  1897  Asst. 
Anal.  Chem.;  Res.   (Sept.)    1897. 

Ward  Andrews  Holden, 

A  B.  Marietta  84;  A.  M.  88;  M,  D.  Med. 
Coll.  Ohio  87.  1903  First  appt.;  1915  Prof. 
Clin.    Ophthalmology — 

Alexander  Lyman  Holley, 

Ph.  B.  Brown  53:  LL.  D.  78.  1878  Lect. 
Metallurgy,   Iron  and   Steel;   Died   1882. 

Charles  Arthur  Hollick, 

Ph.  B.  79.  1890  First  appt.;  1893  Tutor 
Geology;  Res.  1901;  (1901  Asst.  Curator  N. 
Y.  Botanical  Garden — ) 

Harry  Levi  Hollingworth, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Nebraska  06.  1907  First 
appt.;    1916   Assoc.   Prof.   Psychol. — 

Austin  Wilkinson  Hollis, 

M.  D.  90.  1909  First  appt.;  1913  Prof.  Clin. 
Med.— 

George  Chandler  Holt, 

LL.  B.  69;  A.  B.  Yale  66;  LL.  D.  04.  1890 
Lect.  Federal  Juris.;  Ret.  1890;  1912-13  Lect. 
Patent  Law. 

Luther  Emmett  Holt, 

M.  D.  80;  Sc.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Rochester  75; 
A.  M.  78;  Sc.  D.  Brown  14.  1901  Clin.  Prof. 
Dis.  Children;  1902  Prof,  of  same;  1904  Car- 
nentier  P^-of.  of  Pediatrics;  1905  Carpentier 
Prof.    Dis.   of   Children — 

Paul  Charles  Holter, 

A.  B.  07.     1914  Sec,  Appts.— 

Charles  W.  Holzhauer, 

1915  Asst.   Sec.  Coll.  Pharm.— 

B.  Raymond  Hoobler, 

B.  S.  Wabash  01;  A.  M.  03;  M.  D.  Cornell 
05.      1913   Asst.   Dis.    Child.;  Ret.    1914. 

Edward  Alfred  Hook, 

'  B.  S.  Univ.  of  Wis.  00;  M.  S.  01;  A.  M.  Har- 
vard 03.      1903  Tutor  Math.;  Ret.   1905. 

Ransom  Spafard  Hooker, 

M.  D.  00;  B.  L.  Hobart  95.  1909  First  appt.; 
1913  Instr.  Clin.  Surg. — 

William  Augustus  Hooker, 

A.  M.  69;  A.  B.  66;  E.  M.  69.  1877  Asst. 
Geol.;   Ret.    1878. 

William  Brian  Hooker, 

A.  B.  Yale  02;  A.  M.  04.  1903  Asst.  Eng- 
lish;   Ret.    1905. 

Frank  Cyrus  Hooper, 

Met.  E.  90.  1897  First  appt.;  1900  Instr.  Min- 
ing;   Res.    1901. 


Louis.  Mosher  Hooper, 

C.  E.,  E  M.  80.  1880  Asst.  Drawing;  Res. 
1881. 

Edward  Washburn  Hopkins, 

A.  B.  78;  LL,  D.  02;  Ph.  D.  Leipsic  81,  1881 
Tutor  Latin  and  Zend,;  Res.  1885, 

Joseph  Gardner  Hopkins, 

A.  B.  02;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  07.  1910  First 
appt.;  1915  Asst,  Prof,  Bacteriology, — 

Henry  Frederick  Hornbostel, 

Ph.  B.  91,  1897  First  appt.;  1900  Lect.  Arch. 
Design;  Ret.  1903. 

Benjamin  Horowitz, 

Ph.  D.  13;  A.  M.  12.  1914  Assoc.  Biol,  Chem.— 

David  Hosack, 

A.  B.  Princeton  1789;  M,  D,  Coll,  of  Phila. 
1791;  LL.  D.  Union  1818.  1795  Prof.  Botany; 
1796  also  Prof.  Mat,  Medic;  Res.  both  1811, 
(Coll.  P.  and  S,  Prof,  Midwifery  and  Surgery, 
1807-26.) 

Lucius  Wales  Hotchkiss, 

M.  D.  84;  A.  B.  81.  1891  First  appt.;  1910. 
Prof.  Clin,  Surg.. — 

Homer  Doliver  House, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  M.  04;  B.  S.  Syracuse  02.  1903 
Asst.  Botany;  Ret.  1904, 

John  Wesley  Houston, 

A.  B.  Harvard  80;  LL.  B.  and  A.  M.  86.  1899 
Prof.  Law;  Res.  1901. 

Richard  Hovey, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  85.  1898  Lect.  English  Lit.^ 
Died  1900. 

Clare  Macllelen  Howard, 

A.  M.  04;  A.  B.  03,  1911  First  appt,;  1913- 
Instr.   English. — 

Henry  Marion  Howe, 

B.  S.  Harvard  69;  A,  M.  72;  LL.  D.  05;  B.  S,. 
Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  71;  LL.  D.  Lehigh  05;  LL,  D, 
Lafayette,      1897  Prof.  Metallurgy. — 

Hubert  Shattuck  Howe, 

M.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Denver  08.  1914  Instr.  Med. 
and  Asst.  Path, — 

Marshall  Avery  Howe, 

Ph.  D.  98;  Ph.  B,  Vermont  90,  1899  (Jan.) 
Curator  Herbarium;  Res.  1901;  (1904  Asst,. 
Curator,  N,  Y,  Bot,  Card.-) 

Paul  Edward  Howe, 

B.  S.  Illinois  06;  A.  M.  07;  Ph.  D.  10,  1912: 
Asst.  Prof,  Biol.  Chem.— 

ohn  Howland, 

.\.  B.  Yale  94;  M.  D.  New  York  University 
97;  M.  D.  Cornell  98.  1904  First  appt.;  1910' 
Assoc.  Dis.  of  Children;  Res.  1911, 

John  William  Stanhope  Hows, 

1844  Prof.  Elocution;  Ret.  1857, 

Roger  Howson, 

A.  B,  Cambridge  04;  A,  M,  13.  1915  First 
appt.;   1916  Asst.  Librarian. — 

Randal  Hoyt, 

M.  D.  10;  B.  S,  Princeton  05,  1916  (Jan,> 
Instr,   Neurology. — 


J' 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


47 


Bela  Hubbard, 

B.  S.  14.     1915  Asst.  Palaeontology.— 

Ernest  Valentine  Hubbard, 

M.  D.  98;  A.  B.  94;  A.  M.  96.  1900  Asst. 
Path.;  Ret.  1902. 

George  Canning  Hubbard, 

B.  S.  01.  1901  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.  and  Assay- 
ing; Died  1902. 

Grace  Amanda  Hubbard, 

A.  B.  Smith  87;  A.  M.  Cornell  93.  1905  First 
appt. ;  1910  Assoc.  Prof.  English. — 

Prevost  Hubbard, 

1912  Lect.  Engineering  Chem.;  Ret.  1912. 

Francis  Huber, 

M.  D.  77;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  73.  1897  Instr. 
Dis.  of  Children;  Res.  1902;  1907  Prof.  Clin, 
iled.— 

Wilbur  Gregory  Hudson, 

B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  95;  Mech.  E.  Cprnell  97. 
1898  (Feb.)  Asst., Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  1899. 

Solomon  S.  Huebner, 

B.  S.  Wisconsin  02;  M.  S.  04;  Ph.  D.  Pennsyl- 
vania 04.      1916  Lect.  Insurance. — ■ 

.Otto  von  Huffman, 

M.  D.  03.  1912  Instr.  Clin.  Path.;  Res.  (Jan.) 
1913. 

Charles  Evans  Hughes, 

LL.  B.  84;  LL.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Brown  81;  A.  M. 
84.      1884  Tutor  Law;  Ret.  1887. 

Percy  Hughes, 

Ph.  D.  04;  A.  M.  02;  A.  B.  Alfred  99.  1903 
Asst.  Philos.;  Res.  1905.  ■ 

Helen  R.  Hull, 

Ph.  B.  Chicago  12.  1915  Asst.  English;  Ret. 
1916. 

Christian  K.  F.  Hiilsen, 

Litt.  D.  (Oxon);  professor  in  the  German 
Archaeological  Inst,  at  Rome. —  1908  Lect. 
Roman  Archaeology;  Ret.  1909. 

Edward  Frank  Humphrey, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  Minnesota  03.  1911 
Instr.  Hist.;  Res.  1915. 

Frederick  Brown  Humphreys, 

M.  D.  03;  Ph.  B.  Yale  99.  1908  First  appt.; 
1910  Instr.  Path.;  Ret.   1914. 

Edward  Livingston  Hunt, 

M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Harvard  93.  1905  First  appt.; 
1915  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Neurology. — 

J.  Ramsay  Hunt, 

M.  D,  Pennsylvania  93.  1910  Assoc.  Prof.  Neu- 
rology; Res.  1914. 

Reid  Hunt, 

A.  B;  John?  Hopkins  91;  Ph.  D.  96;  M.  D.  Coll. 
Physicians  and  Surgeons  Balto,  96.  1896  Tutor 
Physiol.;  Ret.  1898. 

Francis  Cleaveland  Huntington, 

A.  B.  Harvard  87;  LL.  B.,  A.  M.  91.  1903 
Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1904. 


George  Sumner  Huntington, 

M.  D.  84;  Sc.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Trinity  81;  A.  M. 
84;  LL.  D.  Tefferson  Med.  Coll.  07.  1886  First 
appt.;   1890  Prof.  Anat. — 

Stephen  Augustus  Hurlburt, 

A.  B.  Wisconsin  01;  A.  M.  — .  1903  Lect. 
Classical   Philology;    Ret.    1905. 

Elisha  Denison  Hurlbut,  Jr., 

C.  E.  90.     1891  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1892. 

Solomon  Theodore  Halevy  Hurwitz, 

Ph.  D.  13;  A.  M.  10;  A.  B.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  09. 
1913  (June)  Lect.  Semitic  Langs.;  Res.  (Dec; 
1913. 

Emilie  Josephine  Hutchinson, 

A.  M.  08;  A.  B.  05.  1911  Asst.  Hist,;  Res. 
1912. 

Carl  Frederick  E.,Huth, 

A.  B.  Wisconsin  04;  A.  M.  05.  1909  Lect. 
Hist.;  Ret.  1910. 

Maude  Aline  Huttmann, 

Ph.  D.  14;  B.  S.  04;  A.  M.  05.  1906  First 
appt.;  1910  Instr.  Hist. — 

Arthur  Lefferts  Hutton, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  05.     1910  Asst.  Clin.  Med.— 

Frederick  Remsen  Hutton, 

Ph.  D.  81;  A.  B.  73;  A.  M.,  E.  M.,  C.  E.  76; 
Sc.  D.  04;  Sc.  D.  Rutgers  13.  1876  First  appt.; 
1891  Prof.  Mech.  Eng.;  1907  Enter.  — ;  1899 
Dean  Fac.  Appl.  Sci.;  Res.  1905. 

Frederic  Sackett  Hyde, 

Ph.  B.  93.     1898  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1899. 

Jesse  Earl  Hyde, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Ohio  State  06. 
1909  Asst.  Palaeontology;  Ret.  1911. 

James  Hervey  Hyslop, 

A.  B.  Wooster  77;  A.  M.  — ;  LL.  D.  03;  Ph.  D. 
Johns  Hopkins  87.  1889  First  appt.,;  1895  Prof. 
Logic  and  Ethics;  Res.  1902. 

193 
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Asa  Stewart  Iglehart, 

A.  B.,  91.     1891  Asst.  Physics;  Res.  1896. 

Magnus  C.  Ihlseng, 

Ph.  D.  77;  E.  M.  75.  1875  Asst.  Physics;  Ret. 
1881. 

Malvern  Wells  lies. 

Ph.  D.  76;  Ph.  B.  75.  1875  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.; 
Res.   1876. 

Louis  Imbert, 

A.  B.  Missouri  06;  A.  M.  07.  1911  First  appt.; 
1912  Instr.  Spanish — 

William  Halsey  Ingersoll, 

E.  M.  70;  A.  B.  67;  LL.  B.  69.  1873  Asst. 
Engineering,  Mechanics,  Astron.;  Ret.  1881. 

Peter  Irving, 

M.  D.  03;  A.  B.  98.  1906  Asst.  Clin.  Path.; 
Res.  1912. 


48 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Charles  Applewhite  Isaacs, 

A.  M.  08;  A.  B.  Indiana  05.  1907  Asst.  Math.; 
Ret.  1909. 

Helen  Isham, 

A.  B.  Cornell  03.  1903  Asst.  Organic  Chem.; 
Ret.  1904. 

Robert  Melyne  Isham, 

Ph.  D.  13;  B.  A.  Nebraska  Wesleyan  09;  A.  M. 
Univ.  Nebraska  10.  1912  Instr.  Anal.  Chem.; 
Res.  (Sept.)  1913. 

Shigemitsu  Itami, 

M.  D.  Osaka  Med.  Coll.  (Japan)  01. 
Cancer  Research — 


1916  Asst. 

10 


J    . 

Abraham  Valentine  Williams  Jack- 
son, 

Ph.  D.  86;  A.  B.  83;  A.  M.  84;  L.  H.  D.  85; 
LL.  D.  04.  1886  First  appt.;  1895  Prof.  Indo- 
Iranian  Languages — 

Andrew  Warren  Jackson, 

A.  B.  Oregon  07;  A.  M.  09.  1909  Asst. 
Physics;  Ret.  1911. 

Daniel  Dana  Jackson, 

B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  93;  M.  S.  New  York 
Univ.  08.  1912  First  appt.;  1913  Asst.  Prof. 
Civil  Eng. — 

Frank  Watson  Jackson, 

M.  D.  79.  1897  First  appt.;  1906  Prof.  Clin. 
Medicine — 

George  Thomas  Jackson, 

M.  D.  78.  1897  First  appt.;  1908  Prof.  Derma- 
tology; Res.  1913. 

Henry  Askew  Jackson, 

A.  M.  03;  B.  S.  Princeton  99.  1902  Asst. 
Physical  Chem.;  Res.  1905. 

Holmes  C.  Jackson, 

Ph.  D.  1901  Asst.  Physiol.  Chem.;  Res.  (Oct.) 
1901. 

Abraham  Jacobi, 

LL.  D.  00;  M.  D.  Bonn  51;  LL.  D.  Michigan 
98;  Yale  05.  1870  Clin.  Prof.  Dis.  of  Children; 
1900  Prof.;  Emer.  1902— 

[L.]  Harold  Jacoby, 

Ph.  D.  95;  A.  B.  85.  1888  First  appt.;  1904 
Prof.  Astron.;  1906  Rutherford  Prof. — 

Charles  Hope  Jaeger, 

M.  D.  96.     1906  Instr.  Orth.  Surg. — 

Henry  James, 

M.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Yale  03. 
Instr.  Clin.  Medicine — 


1910  First  appt.;  1916 


Walter  Belknap  James, 

M.  D.  83;  LL.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Yale  79;  A.  M. 
(Hon.)  06.  1889  First  appt.;  1902  Prof.  Pract. 
of  Med.;  1904  Bard  Prof.;  1909  Prof.  Clin. 
Medicine — 

William  James, 

M.  D.  Harvard  70  (for  other  degrees  see  Har- 
vard record) ;  Prof.  Philos.  Harvard  IJniv. — 
1906  Lect.   (non-res.)   Psychol.;  Ret.  1907. 


James  Walker  Jameson, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Princeton  01.  1916  Instr. 
Surg. — 

Henry  Harrington  Janeway, 

M.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Rutgers  93.  1909  Instr.  Surg.: 
Ret.  1912. 

Theodore  Caldwell  Janeway, 

M.  D.  95;  Ph.  B.  Yale  92.  1895  Asst.  Bac- 
teriology; Ret.  1896;  1907  Assoc.  Med.;  1909 
Bard  Prof.  Pract.  of  Med.;  Res.  1914. 

Edmund  Randolph  Peaslee  Janvrin, 

M.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Princeton  05.  1915  Instr.  Clin. 
Medicine — 

Benjamin  M.  Jaquish, 

B.  S.  1896  First  appt.;  1897  Asst.  Gen.  Chem.; 
Ret.  1898. 

George  Wallace  Jarman, 

M.  D.  Bellevue  88.  1896  Instr.  Gynaecology; 
Ret.  1903. 

Joseph^  Jastrow, 

A.  B.  Univ.  Pa.  82;  A.  M.  85;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  86.  Prof.  Psychol.  Univ.  of  Wiscon- 
sin— ;  1909  Lect.  (non-res.)  Psychol.;  Ret.  1910. 

Smith  Elyjelliffe, 

M.  D.  89;  Ph.  D.  99;  A.  M.  00;  A.  B.  Brooklyn 
Polytechnic  Inst.  ?6.  1903  Instr.  Materia 
Medica;  Res.  1907;  1904  Prof.  Pharmacognosy 
and  Technical  Microscopy,  Coll.  of  Pharmacy— 

C.  N.  Jeppson, 

1909  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1910. 

Otto  Jespersen, 

Litt.  D.  10;  M.  A.  Copenhagen  87;  Ph.  D.  91. 
Prof.  English  Philology  Univ.  of  Copenhagen — 
1909  Prof.  English  Philology;  Ret.   1910. 

David  Stuart  Dodge  Jessup, 

M.  D.  94;  A.  B.  Princeton  91;  A.  M.  94.  1898 
First  appt.;  1911  Instr.  Clin  Path.;  1903  Medical 
Visitor  of  the  University — - 

James  W.  Jobling, 

M.  D.  Tenn.  Med.  Coll.  97.  1913  Asst.  Path.: 
Res.  1914. 

Judah  A.  Joffe, 

A.  B.,  93;  Grad.  Gym.  Yekaterinoslaw,  Russia, 
91.     1909  Lect.  Russian;  Ret.  1910. 

Solomon  Achillowitz  Joffe, 

M.  S.  1897  (Jan.)  Asst.  Math.;  Ret.  (June) 
1897. 

Alexander  Bryan  Johnson, 

M.  D.  85;  Ph.  B.  Yale  82.  1896  Instr.  (1897) 
Chn.  Lect.  Surg.;  Res.  1900;  1908  Prof.  Clin. 
Surgery — 

Alvin  Saun'ders  Johnson, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Nebraska  97;  A.  M.  98.  1902 
First  appt.;  1905  Adj.  Prof.  Economics:  Res. 
1906. 

Douglas  Wilson  Johnson, 

Ph.  D.  03;  B.  S.  New  Mexico  01.  1912  Assoc. 
Prof.  Physiography — 


Henry  Johnson, 

A.    M.    02;    B.    L.    Minnesota  89. 
History  (T.  C.)— 


1906   Prof. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


49 


Samuel  Johnson, 

A.  B.  Yale  1714;  A.  M.  Oxford  1723;  B.  D. 
1743;  S.  T.  D.  1743.  1754  President;  Res. 
1763;  President  Johnson  was  at  first  sole  in- 
structor. 

William  Johnson, 

A.  M.;  LL.  D.    1824  Treasurer;  Res.  1833. 

William  Johnson, 

A.  B.  Yale  1748;  A.  M.  Oxford  and  Cambridge 
1756.     1755  Tutor;  Res.  1756. 

William  Samuel  Johnson, 

A.  M.  1761;  A.  B.  Yale  1744;  A.  M.  1747: 
LL.  D.  1788;  A.  M.  Harvard  1747;  J.  C.  D. 
Oxford  1766.  1787  President;  Res.  1800;  Died 
1819. 

Winfield  Johnson, 

Ph.  G.  Coll.  of  Pharmacy  91.  1893  First  appt.; 
1896  Asst.  Demonstr.  Chem.  and  Physics;  Died 
1896. 

Woolsey  Johnson, 

M.  D.  63;  A.  B.  60.  1870  Lect.  Dis.  of  Larynx 
and  Laryngoscopy;  Ret.  1871. 

William  Dawson  Johnston, 

A.  B.  Brown  93;  A.  M.  Harvard  98;  Litt.  D. 
Rutgers  11.     1909  Librarian;  Res.  1913. 

William  Bard  Johnstone, 

C.  E.  95.  1899  (Jan.)  Asst.  Physics;  Res. 
1902. 

Adam  Leroy  Jones, 

Ph.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Williams  95;  1898  First 
appt.;  1902  Tutor  Philos.;  Res.  1905;  1909 
Chmn.  Com.  on  Undergraduate  Admissions — ; 
1911    Assoc.    Prof.,  Philos. — 

John  Jones, 

M.  D.  (Hon.)  68;  M.  D.  Rheims  Univ.  1767 
Prof.   Surg.;  Ret.   1776. 

William  Jones, 

Ph.  D.  04;  A.  M.  01;  A.  B.  Harvard  00.  1903 
Asst.  Anthropology;  Ret.  1904. 

William  Alfred  Jones, 

A.  B.  36;  A.  M.     1851  Librarian;  Res.  1883. 

Daniel  Jordan, 

B.  S.  Univ.  of  France  88;  Pd.  B.  Univ.  State 
N.  Y.  93.  1898  First  appt.;  1907  Asst.  Prof. 
Romance  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Farel  Louis  Jouard, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  04.  1908  Asst.  Electro-Chem. ; 
Ret.   1910. 

Cavalier  Hargrave  Jouet, 

Ph.  D  94;  Ph.  B.  82.  1897  First  appt.;  1910 
Instr.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  1912. 

Charles  Arad  Joy, 

A.  B.  Union  44;  LL.  B.  Harvard  47;  Ph.  D. 
GSttingen  52.  1857  Prof.  Chem.;  Ret.  1877; 
1864  Lect.  Gen.  Chem.;  1865  Prof.  (Sch.  of 
Mines);  Ret.  77. 

Douglas  Arad  Joy, 

E.  M.  75.  1870  Asst.  Gen.  Chem.;  Ret.  1871; 
Died  1888. 

Edward  Knight  Judd, 

E.  M.  04;  A.  B.  Williams  01.  1908  First 
appt.;  1915  Asst.  Prof.  Mining — 


Alexis  Anastay  Julien, 

A.  B.  Union  59;  A.  M.  64;  Ph.  D.  Univ.  New 
York  82.  1865  First  appt.;  1897  Curator 
Gaol.;  Ret.  1909. 

47 

K 
Max  Kahn, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  M.  11;  M.  D.  Cornell  10.  1912 
Instr.  Biol.   Chem.;  Ret.   1915. 

Frederick  Kammerer, 

M   .D.   Freiburg  80.     1910    (Feb.)    rPof.   Clin. 

Surg.— 

John  Daniel  Kaps, 

LL.  B.  98.     1903  Tutor  Law;  Ret.  1904. 

Edward  Kasner, 

Ph.   D.  99;  A.   M.  97;  B.  S.  C.   C.  N    Y.  96. 

1900  First  appt.;    1910  Prof.   Math. — 

Jacob  Kaufmann, 

M.  D.  Strassburg  85.     1909  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

Thomas  Henry  Kearney,  Jr., 

1894  (Apr.)  Curator  Herbarium;  Res.  (Dec.) 
1894. 

Lindley  Miller  Keasbey, 

Ph.  D.  90;  A.  M.  89;  A.  B.  Harvard  88.  1892 
Asst.   Pol.   Econ.;   Soc.   Sci;  Res.   1893. 

Harry  Mayham  Keator. 

M.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Yale  97.  '  1904  First  appt.; 
1911    Instr.    Physiol.;    Ret.    1912. 

William  Albert  Keener, 

A.  B.  Emory  74;  A.  M.  77;  LL.  B.  Harvard 
77;  LL.  D.  West  Univ.  Pa.  95.  1890  Prof. 
Private  Law;  1891  Prof.  Law;  1892  Kent  Prof.; 
Res.   1903;    1891  Dean  Law;  Res.   1901. 

Eleanor  Keller, 

A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  00.  1900  First  appt.;  1910 
Instr.   Chem. — 

Frederick  Rowe  Keller, 

E.  E.  11.  1911  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1912; 
1915  Instr.  Engineering — 

William  Erskine  Kellicott, 

Ph.   D.   04;   A.   B.— ;   Ph.   B.    Ohio   State   98. 

1901  First  appt.;  1905  Instr.  Zool.;  Res.  1906. 

Edmond  Kelly, 

LL.  B.  77;  A.  B.  70;  A.  M.  74.  1895  Lect. 
Pol.  Hist.  State  and  City  N.  Y.;  Munic. 
Gov't;    Ret.    1898. 

Charles  Boyd  Kelsey, 

M.  D.  73;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  70.  1874  Asst. 
Demonstr.  Anat.;  Ret.  1879. 

James  Furman  Kemp, 

E.  M.  84;  A.  B.  Amherst  81;  Sc.  D.  06- 
LL.  D.  McGill  13.  1891  First,  appt-  1892 
Prof.    Geol. — 

John  Kemp,' 

A.  M.  Univ.  of  Aberdeen  1781;  F  R  S 
Edinburgh  1783.  1785  First  appt.;  1786-1812 
Prof.  Math.,  Geog.,  Nat.  Hist.;  Died  1812. 

Burton  Warren  Kendall, 

?A,?-T*'^*==- J"**-.'^*-  °^-  1909  First  appt.; 
1911    Instr.   Experimental  Physics;   Res.    1913. 


so 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


George  Valentine  Kendall, 

A.  B.  Brown  12;  A.  M.  Wisconsin  13.  1915 
Instr.    English — 

Tames  Kendall, 

A.  M.  Edinburgh  10;  B.  Sc.  10;  Sc.  D.  15. 
1913    Instr.    Chem. — 

Benjamin  Burks  Kendrick, 

A.  M.  11;  B.  S.  Mercer  OS.  1912  First  appt.; 
1915    Asst.    Prof.    Hist.— 

Thaddeus  Davis  Kenneson, 

A.  B.  Harvard  80;  LL.  B.  and  A.  M.  83; 
LL.  M.  New  York  Univ.  98;  J.  D.  03.  1904 
Lect.  Law;  Ret.   1905. 

James  Kent, 

LL.  D.  1797;  A.  B.  Yale  1781;  A.  M.  1784; 
LL.  D.  Harvard  1810;  Dartmouth  1819;  Penn- 
sylvania 1819.  1793  Prof.  Law;  Res.  1798; 
1823  Prof.  Law;  Trustee  1823;  Res.  same 
year;  Died  1847. 

James  Manning  Kent, 

M.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Brown  99.  1906  Asst.  Materia 
Medica  and  Therapeutics;  Res.   1909. 

James  Henry  Kenyon, 

M.  D.  98;  B.  S.  Princeton  94.  1905  First 
appt.;   1908  Instr.  Surg.;  Ret.   1913. 

Frederick  Paul  Keppel, 

A,  B.  98;  Litt.  D.  Pittsburgh  12.  1900  First 
appt.;   1910  Dean  of  Columbia  College — 

Emil  Alexander  Charles  Keppler, 

A.  M.  97;  Ph.  B.  95.  1900  Asst.  Germanic 
Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res.  (Feb.)   1904. 

Edward  Frank  Kern, 

Ph.  D.  01;  B.  S.  Tennessee  97.  1905  First 
appt.;    1911    Asst.    Prof.   Metallurgy — 

John  Devereux  Kernan,  Jr., 

M.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Harvard  00.  1914  Asst. 
Anat. — 

Leo  Kessel, 

M.  D.  03.     1907  Asst.  Biol.  Chem.;  Ret.   1908. 

Roy  B.  Kester, 

A.  B.  Missouri  Wesleyan  02;  B.  C.  S.  Denver 
11;  A.  M.  Denver  12.  1916  Instr.  Account- 
ing— 

Donald  Babcock  Keyes, 

A.  M.  14;  B.  S.  New  Hamp.  State  Coll.  13. 
1914  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret.   1914. 

Harold  Brown  Keyes, 

M.  D  10;  A.  B.  Yale  08.  1914  (Mar.)  Asst. 
Prof.    Educ.    (T.   O— 

Henry  Elmo  Keyes, 

Ph.  D.     1896  Asst.  Physics;  Res.  (Feb.)   1898. 

Cassius  Jackson  Keyser, 

Ph.  D.  01;  A.  M.  96;  B.  S.  Missouri  92.  1897 
First  appt.;    1904  Adrian   Prof,   Math. — 

Otto  G.  T.  Kiliani, 

M.  D.  Halle  88.     1909  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.— 

William  Heard  Kilpatrick, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Mercer  91;  A.  M.  92.  1911 
First  appt.;  1915  Assoc.  Prof.  Educ.  (T.  C.)  — 


John  Louis  Kind, 

Ph.  D.  06;  A.  B.  Nebraska  99;  A.  M  01. 
1904  (Feb.)  Asst.  Germanic  Langs,  and  Lits.; 
Ret.    1905. 

Charles  King, 

LL.  D.  Harvard  and  Princeton  50.  1849  Presi- 
dent; Res.  1864. 

Charles  Arthur  King, 

Mech.  E  06.  1911  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret. 
1911. 

Margaret  Appleton  Kingsley, 

A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  Smith  08.  1908  Asst.  Botany; 
Ret.  1911. 

Rolfe  Kingslev, 

M.  D.  06;  Ph.  B.  Yale  02.    1912  Instr.  Urology. 

Helen  Kinne, 

1891  Firts  appt.  (T.  C);  1897  Prof.  Domestic 
Science  (T.  C.)— 

Francis  Parker  Kinnicutt, 

M.  D.  71;  A.  B.  Harvard  68;  A.  M.  72.  1893 
Prof.  Clin.  Medicine;  Died  1913. 

Ralph  A.  Kinsella, 

A.  B.  St.  Louis  06;  A.  M.  10;  M.  D.  11.  1916 
Instr.  Clin.  Medicine — 

George  Washington  Kirchwey, 

A.  B.  Yale  77;  LL.  D.  08;  LL.  D.  Cincinnati 
08;  New  York  Univ.  08.  1891  Prof.  Law;  1898 
Nash  Prof.;  1903  Kent  Prof.—;  Ret.  1916;  1901 
Dean  Law  School;  Res.  1910. 

Edwin  Kirk, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.,  07.  1907  Asst.  Pateontology; 
Ret.  1909. 

Thomas  Bruce  Kirkpatrick, 

A.  M.  11;  B.  S.  10;  B.  P.  E.,  Y.  M.  C.  A. 
(Springfield)  11.  1913  Instr.  Physical  Educ; 
Ret.  1916. 

Benjamin  Kissam, 

A.  B.  1775;  1785  Prof.  Institutes  of  Med.; 
Res.   1792;    1787  Trustee;  Died   1803. 

Richard  Sharpe  Kissam, 

M.  D.  1789  Edinburgh;  1792  Prof.  Botany; 
Res.    1793. 

Edwin  Matthews  Kitchel, 

M.   D.    93.     1894  Asst.   Histology;   Died   1897. 

Robert  J.  H.  Kliene, 

1902  Asst.  Chinese;  Ret.  1906. 

Benjamin  Schonbrum  Kline, 

A.  B.  Swarthmore  07;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  11. 
1915  Instr.  Path.— 

Arnold  [Herman]  Knapp, 

M.  D.  92;  A.  B.  Harvard  89.  1903  First  appt.; 
1904   Prof.    Ophthalmology — 

Charles  Knapp, 

Ph.   D.   90;   A.   B.   87;   A.   M.   88.     1896  First 
appt.;    1906   Prof.    Classical   Philology- 
Charles  Whittemore  Knapp, 

M.  D.  13;  A.  B.  Yale.  1914  (Jan.)  Instr. 
Med. — 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


SI 


Clinton  Beecham  Knapp, 

M.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Ohio  Wesleyan  98.  1904  Asst. 
Bacteriol.  and  Hygiene;  1907  Prof.  Bacteriol. 
Coll.  of  Phar.;  Res.  (Feb.)    1911. 

Herman  Knapp, 

M.  D.  Giessen  54.  1888  Prof.  Ophthalmology; 
Emer.  1902;  Died  1911. 

Russell  Stafford  Knappen, 

B.  S.  Ohio  Wesleyan  13;  A.  M.  Wisconsin  15. 
1915  Asst.  Geology. — 

Samuel  Howell  Knight, 

A.  B.  Wyoming  13.  1914  (Aug.)  Asst.  Paleon- 
tology; Ret.  1915. 

Alice  Adelaide  Knox, 

A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Smith  99.  1903  Asst.  Botany; 
Ret.  1905. 

Charles  Sigourney  Knox, 

A.  M.  65;  A.  B.  62.  1869-70  Discharged  duties 
of   Prof.    Nairne's    Department. 

Leila  C.  Knox, 

A.  B.  Wellesley.  1915  Asst.  Cancer  Re- 
search  : 

Raymond  CoUyer  Knox, 

B.  D.  Union  Theol.  Sem.  1908  S.  T.  D. 
Hobart. 

Arthur  Knudson, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  B.  Missouri  12.  1912  Asst.  Biol. 
Chem;  Res.  1914. 

Nicholas  August  Koenig, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  03;  A.  M.  04.  1910  Gotthei) 
Lect.  Sem.  Langs.;  Ret.  1913. 

Sidney  D.  Kramer, 

B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  14.  1916  (Jan.)  Asst.  Biol. 
Chem. — 

George  Philip  Krapp, 

A.  B.  Wittenberg  94;  A.  M.  97;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  99.     1900  Lect.  English  (1907)  Prof.; 
Res.   1908;    1910  Prof.   English- 
William  C.  Krathwohl, 

A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  Harvard  07.  1907  First  appt.; 
1910  Instr.  Math.;  Res.   1911. 

Walter  Max  Kraus, 

A.  M.  14;  A.  B.  Harvard  09;  M.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  13.     1916  (Jan.)  Instr.  Biol.  Chem. — 

Maxmilian  K.  Kress, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  Rutgers  95.  1889  First  appt.; 
1904  Adj.  Prof.  Arch.;  Died   1908. 

Otto  Kress, 

Ph.  D.  09;  B.  S.  06;  A.  M.  07.  1906  First 
appt.;   1910  Instr.  Chem.;  Res.  1913. 

Walter  Coluzzi  Kretz, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  96;  A.  M.  97;  Mech.  E.  02. 
1901   (Feb.)  Lect.  Astron.;  Ret.  (June)   1901. 

Alfred  Louis  Kroeber, 

Ph.  D.  01;  A.  B.  96;  A.  M.  97.  1897  Asst. 
Rhet.  and  English  Comp.;  Ret.   1899. 

Milos  Krolikowski, 

C.  E.     1865  Asst.  Drawing;  Ret.  1866. 


Felix  Krueger, 

Ph.  D.  Prof.  Psychol,  in  Univ  of  Halle— 
1912-13  Kaiser  Wilhelm  Prof.  German  History 
and  Institutions — 

Arthur  Kline  Kuhn, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  B.  95;  LL.  B.  97;  A.  M.  96. 
1909  (Feb.)  Lect.  Conflict  of  Laws;  Ret.  (June) 
1909;  Lect.  Jurisprudence;  Ret.  1914;  1916  As- 
soc.  Law — 

Louis  Otto  Kunkel, 

Ph.  D.  14;  B.  S.  Missouri  09;  A.  B.  10;  A.  M. 
11.     1912  Asst.  Botany;  Ret.  1914. 

Edward  J.  Kunze, 

B.  S.  Cooper  Union  99;  M.  E.  Cornell  01.  1907 
Tutor  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1908. 

Johann  Christoff  Kunze, 

A.  M.  Pennsylvania  1780;  D.  D.  1783.  1784 
Prof.  Oriental  Langs.;  Res.  1787;  1792  Prof. 
Oriental  Langs.;  Ret.  1799;  1787  Trustee;  Res. 
1792;  1804  Trustee;  Died  1807. 

Edward  Lawrence  Kurtz, 

E.  M.  93.  1901  First  appt.;  1908  Asst.  Prof. 
Mining;    Ret.    1915. 

80 
L 
Charles  Frederick  Lacombe, 

E.  M.  85.     1886  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret.  1888. 

Mrs.   Christine   Ladd   Franklin, 

A.  B.  Vassar  69;  LL.  D.  87.  1914  Lect.  Psy- 
chology— 

John  La  Farge, 

1908  (Jan.)  Prof.  Decorative  Arts;  Died  1910. 

Linnaeus  Edford  La  Fetra, 

M.    D.    94;    A.    B.    Wesleyan    91.  '  1902    First 
appt.;  1908  Assoc.  Dis.  of  Children- 
Albert  Richard  Lamb, 

M.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Yale  03.  1911  First  appt.; 
1916  Assoc.  Clin.  Med.— 

Adrian  Van  Sinderen  Lambert, 

M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Yale  93.  1900  First  appt.; 
1912  Assoc.  Prof.  Surg. — 

Robert  A.  Lambert, 

M.  D.  Tulane  07.  1910  rirst  appt.;  1912  As- 
soc. Pathol. 

Samuel  Waldron  Lambert, 

M.  D.  85;  A.  B.  Yale  80;  Ph.  B.  82;  A.  M. 
(Hon.)  05.  1903  Prof.  Clin.  Med.;  Dean 
Medicine   1904 — 

Maurice  Allison  Lamme, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  04;  B.  S.  Montana  Agric. 
Coll.  03.  1904  First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Mineral- 
ogy;  Res.   1912. 

Wendell  Lamoroux, 

A.  M.     1868  Tutor  Rhet.;  Hist.;  Ret.  1869. 

Alexander  Lampen, 

Mech.  E.  and  Chem.  E.  Helsingfors  03.  1905 
(Dec.)  Asst.  Electro-Chem. ;  Ret.  (June)    1906. 

Sterling  Power  Lamprecht, 

A.  B.  Williams  11;  A.  M.  Harvard  12:  D.  B. 
Union  Theol.  Sem.  15,     1916  Lect.  Philos. — 


52 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Percy  William  Edward  Landolt, 

Chem.  E.  12.  1912  (May)  Asst.  Electro  Chem.; 
Res.  (Sept.)   1912. 

Grace  Langford, 

B.  S.  Mass.  Inst,  of  Technology  00.  1906  First 
appt.;  1910  Instr.  Physics — 

Gustave  Lanson, 

Litt.  D.  11;  Prof,  of  French  Literature  in  Univ. 
of  Paris — .  1911-1912  Visiting  French  Profes- 
sor; 1916  Prof.  French  Lit. — 

Esther  Everett  Lape, 

A.  B.  Wellesley  05.  1912  First  appt.;  1914 
Instr.  English;  Res.  1914. 

George  Ludwig  La  Porte, 

M.  D.  94.  1914  (Nov.)  Asst.  Prof.  Clin. 
Med.— 

C.  B.  Laraway, 

1887  Asst.  Nat.  Hist.;  Ret.  1888. 

John  Henry  Larkin, 

M.  D.  94;  A.  B.  Manhattan  Coll.  91.  1896 
First  appt.;-  1906  Asst.  Prof.  Pathol. — 

Joseph  Larmor, 

D.  Sc;  LL  D.;  D.  C.  L.;  Lucasian  Prof.  Math. 
Univ.  of  Cambridge —  1906  Lect.  (non-res.) 
Math.  Physics;  Ret.  1907. 

Carl  William  Larson, 

Ph.  D.  16;  B.  Sc.  Iowa  06;  M.  S.  Pennsylvania 
13.     1916  Asst.  Prof.  Agric— 

Augustus  Jerome  Lartigau, 

M.  D.  California  95.  1899  First  appt.;  1902 
Instr.  Pathol.;  Ret.  1903. 

Azubah  Julia  Latham, 

A.  B.  Boston  Univ.  80.  1910  Asst.  Prof.  Oral 
English  (T.  O— 

Marion  Elizabeth  Latham, 

(See  Richards.) 

Minor  W.  Latham, 

A.  M.  12;  A.  B.  State  Coll.  (Hernando,  Miss.) 
01.     1914  First  appt.;  1915  Instr.  English — 

Robert  Julius  Lau, 

Ph.  D.  OS;  A.  M.  01;  A.  B.  Central  Penn.  Coll. 
00.  1905  Gustav  Gottheil  Lect.  Semitic  Langs.; 
Ret.  1908. 

Samuel  Townsend  Laubach, 

B.  S.  Lehigh  01.  1904  Tutor  Mech.  Eng.; 
Ret.  1905. 

Louis  Hyacinth  Laudy, 

D.  V.  S.;  Ph.  D.  N.  Y.  Veterinary  Coll.  79. 
1877  First  appt;  1891  Tutor  Chem.;  Died  1905. 

Berthold  Laufer, 

Ph.  D.  Leipzig  97.  1904  Lect.  Anthropology; 
Res.  1907;  1906  Asst.  Chinese;  Res.  1907. 

Cecil  Fairfield  Lavell, 

Ph.  D.  11;  M.  A.  Queen's  (Can.)  94.  1912 
Asst.  Prof.  Hist,  of  Educ.  (T.  C);  Res.  (Oct.) 
1913. 

Charles  L.  Lawrence, 

1894  Registrar  School  of  Arts;  Ret.  1895. 


Eugene  Lawrence, 


A.  B.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  41;  A.  M.  44;  A.  M.  Prince- 
ton 91.  1863  First  appt.;  1865  Tutor  Engl. 
Lit.,  Rhetoric,  History;  Res.  1868. 

John  L.  Lawrence, 

A.  B.  03.  1833  Treasurer;  Died   1849. 

Lillie  Maria  Lawrence, 

B.  S.   OS.      1905    Asst.    Classical   Philogy;   Ret 
1906. 

William  Witherly  Lawrence, 

A  B,  Bowdoin  98;  A.  M  Harvard  00;  Ph..D. 
03.     1905  First  appt.;  1916  Prof.  English— 

Charles  Francis  Lawson, 

A.  M.  04;  A.  B.  03.  1907  Asst.  English;  Ret. 
1908. 

William  Cranston  Lawton, 

1894  Lect.  Greek;  Ret.   1895. 

Charles  Downing  Lay, 

1910  Lect.  Landscape  Arch.;  Ret.  1911. 

S.  R.  Leahy, 

1916  Instr.  Neurology^ 

Edward  Learning, 

M.  D.  92.  1893  First  appt.;  1895  Instr  Photog- 
raphy; Ret.  1909. 

Charles  Wellford  Leavitt,  Jr., 

1911  Lect.  Landscape  Arch.;  Ret.  1912. 

Clemens  Lebling, 

Ph.  D.     1912  Cur.  Palaeontology;  Ret.  1913. 

Llewellyn  Le  Count, 

C.  E.  00.     1900  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Died  1908. 

Alma  de  L.  Le  Due, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  M.  09;  Ph.  B.  Chicago  99.  1916 
Instr.  French — 

Benjamin  Franklin  Lee, 

LL.  B.  61;  A.  B.  Williams  58;  LL.  D.  87.  1883 
Prof.  Real  Est.  and  Equity  Jur.;  Res.  1892. 

Frederic  Schiller  Lee, 

A.  B.  St.  Lawrence  78;  A.  M.  81;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkms  85.  1891  First  appt.;  1904  Dalton 
Prof.  Physiol. — 

George  Morewood  Lefferts, 

M.  D.  70;  M.  Sc.  (Hon.)  01;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y. 
67;  A.  M.  (Hon.)  Dickinson  69.  1874  Clin. 
Prof.  Laryngology  and  Rhinology — ;  Emer. 
1904. 

Noel  Bleecker  Leggett, 

M.  D.  04.     1908  (Jan.)  Asst.  Surg.;  Ret.  1909. 

Victor  Lenher, 

A.  B.  Univ.  of  Penn.  93;  Ph.  D.  98.  1898 
Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  1900. 


Nels  Johann  Lennes, 


B.  S.  Chicago  98;  M.  S.  03;  Ph  D.  07.  1910 
Instr.  Math.;  Res.  1913. 

K.  G.  Rudolf  Leonhard, 

J.  U.  D.  Berlin  74;  Prof.  Legal  Science,  Univ. 
of  Breslau— .  1907  (May)  Kaiser  Wilhelra 
Prof.  German  Hist,  and  Institutions;  Ret.  1908. 

Jerome  S.  Leopold, 

J1-.,P-  Harvard  06.  1915  Asst.  Clin.  Dis.  of 
Cnild. — ■ 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


S3 


George  Leroux, 

1869  Instr.  French;  Ret.   1870. 

Peter  V.  Leroy, 

1883  Asst.  Herbarium;  Ret.  188S. 

John  Leshure, 

M.  D.  98;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  94.  1914  Instr. 
Laryngology  and  Otology — 

Alexander  Leslie, 

A.  M.  1765;  A.  B.  1762.  1763  Headmaster 
Gram.  Sch.;  Ret.   1776    (?) 

Eugene  Hendricks  Leslie, 

Ph.  D.  16;  B.  S.  Illinois  13.  1914  Asst.  Chem.; 
Ret.   1916. 

Isaac  Levin, 

M.  D.  St.  Petersburg  90;  1913  Assoc.  Cancer 
Research — .     1909  Assoc.  Pathol. — 

Victor  E.  Levine, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  M.  U;  A.  B.,C.  C.  N.  Y.  09. 
1914  (Jan.)  Asst.  Biol  Chem.— 

Albert  Levitt, 

A.  B.  13;  B.  D.  Meadville  (Pa.)  Theological 
School  11.     1913  Lect.  Philosophy;  Ret.  1914. 

Leonard  Julian  Lewinson, 

E.  E.  04.     1904  Asst.  Elec.  Eng. ;  Res.  1905. 

Edward  Morgan  Lewis, 

A.  B.  Williams  96;  A.  M.  99.  1901  Lect. 
Elocution;  Res.  1903. 

Raymond  Williams  Lewis, 

M.  D.  IS;  A.  B.  Yale  11.  1915  Asst.  Path.; 
Ret.   (Dec),  1915. 

Robert  Lewis,  Jr., 

M.  D.  85.  1896  Fist  Appt.;  1908  Prof.  Clin. 
Laryngology  and  Otology — ■ 

Emanuel  Libman, 

M.  D.  94;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  91.  1910  (Feb.) 
Prof.    Clin.    Med.— 

Charles  Christian  Lieb, 

M.  D.  06;  A.  B.  02.  1909  First  appt.;  1913 
Assoc.  Prof.  Pharmacology — 

Francis  Lieber, 

Jena  20;  Halle  24;  LL.  D.  Harvard  50.  1857 
Prof.  Hist,  and  Pol.  Sci.  65;  Prof.  Const. 
Hist,  and  Pub.  Law;  Died  1872. 

Mrs.  N.  W.  Liggett, 

A.  B.     1891  Bursar  of  Barnard  College— 

Francis  Church  Lincoln, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  M.  06;  S.  B.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech. 
1900;  E.  M.  New  Mexico  School  of  Mines  03. 
1905  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1906. 

Samuel  McCune  Lindsay, 

Phy  B.  Pennsylvania  89;  LL.  D.  09;  Ph.  D. 
Halle  92.     1907  Prof.  Social  Legislation — 

George  Herbert  Ling, 

Ph.  D.  96;  A.  M.  94;  A.  B.  Toronto  93.  1895 
First  appt.,  Math.;  1909  (Feb.)  Adj.  Prof..; 
Res.  1909. 

Richard  T.  Lingley, 

1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1909. 


Joseph  Lintz, 

M.  D.  16;  B.  S.  14.     1916  Asst.  Path.— 

Leonard  Lispenard, 

A.  B.  1762.  1775  Treasurer;  Res.  1784;  Died 
1790. 

James  Lawrence  Little, 

M.  D.  60.  1868  Lect.  Operative  Surg.;  Ret. 
1879;  Died  1885. 

Thomas  Little, 

1900Supt.  Bureau  Purchases  and  Supplies;  Ret. 
1901. 

Aribert]  Arthur  Livingston, 

Ph.  G.  10;  A.  B.  Amherst  04.  1909  Tutor  Ro- 
mance Langs,  and  Lits;  Ret.  1910;  1911  Asst. 
Prof.  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits.;  1916  Assoc. 
Prof.   Italian — 

Brockholst  Livingston, 

LL.  D.     1784  Treasurer;  Died  1823. 

Francis  Ernest  Lloyd, 

A.  B.  Princeton  91;  A.  M.  95.  1897  Assoc. 
Prof.  Biol.  Sci.  (T.  C.) ;  Res.  1906. 

Ralph  Waldo  Lobenstine, 

M.  D.  00;  A.  B.  Yale  96.  1902  Instr.  Obstet- 
rics; Res.  1904;  1909  Instr.  Gynecology;  Ret. 
1916.- 

Dean  Putnani  Lockwood, 

A.  B.  Harvard  03;  A.  M.  04;  Ph.  D.  07.  1910 
Asst.  Prof.  Classical  Philology — 

George  Roe  Lockwood, 

'  M    D    84;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  81.     1896  First 
appt.;  1910  Prof.  Clin.  Med. — 

Gonzalez  Lodge, 

A..  B.  Johns  Hopkins  83;  Ph.  D.  86;  LL.  D. 
Franklin  and  Marshall  1901.  1900  Prof.  Latin 
and  Greek  (T.  C.) — 

Louis  C.  Loewenstein, 

A  B.  Pennsylvania  97;  E.  E.  02;  Ph.  D.  Ber- 
lin—     1909  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1911. 

Karl  J.  Loewi, 

M.  D.  Vienna  04.      1915  Asst.  Surg.;  Ret.  1916. 

Victor  LeVan  Logo, 

B.  S.  Pennsylvania  06.  1912  Instr.  Anal. 
Cham.;  Ret.  1913. 

Jules  E.  Loiseau, 

LL.  B.  1870  Instr.  French;  Died   1885. 

Louis  Auguste  Loiseaux, 

B.  S.  Dijon  94.  1892  Finst  appt.;  1914  Assoc. 
Prof.  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Robert  Hamilton  Lombard, 

Ph  D.  15;  B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  10.  1912 
Instr.  Chem.;  Ret,  1914. 

Warren  Plimpton  Lombard, 

A  B.  Harvard  78;  M.  D.  81.  18S8  Asst. 
Physiol.;  Ret.  1889. 

Gerhard  Richard  Lomer, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  B.  McGill  03;  A.  M.  04.  1912 
First  appt.;  1916  Instr.  Journalism — 

Eli  Long,  Jr., 

M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Harvard  94.  1899  Asst.  Nor- 
mal Histology;  Ret.  1900. 


54 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


V.  V.  D.  Longacre, 

1910  First  appt.;  1911  Assoc.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret. 
1915. 

Warfi.eld  Theobald  Longcope, 

A.  B.  Johns  Hopkins  97;  M.  D.  01.  1911  First 
appt.;   1914  Bard  Prof.  Pract.  of  Med.— 

Aladine  Cummings  Longden, 

Ph.  D.  00;  A.  B.  DePauw  81;  A.  M.  84.  1900 
Asst.  Physics;  Res.  (Oct.)  1900. 

Louise  Ropes  Loomis, 

Ph.  D.  07;  A.  M.  02;  A.  B.  Wellesley  97.  1903 
First  appt.;  1904  Lect.  Hist.;  Ret.  190S. 

Hermann  Andreas  Loos, 

Ph.  D.  00.  1900  (May)  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.; 
Res.   (Jun.)    1900;  Died  1900. 

Austin  Willard  Lord, 

1912  Prof.  Arch,  and  Dir.   Sch.  of  Arch;  Res. 

1915. 

Herbert  Gardiner  Lord, 

A.  B.  Amherst  71;  A.  M.  00.  1900  Prof. 
Philos.— 

Hendrik  Antoon  Lorentz, 

Professor  of  Math.  Physics  University  of  Ley- 
den,  Holland.  1905  Lect.  (non-res.)  Math. 
Physics.;  Ret.  1906. 

Alfred  Peirce  Lothrop, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Oberlin  06;  A.  M.  07.  1908 
First  appt.;  1912  Assoc.  Biol.  Chem.;  Res.  1914. 

Edward  Gurley  Love, 

Ph.  D.  78;  Ph.  B.  76;  A.  M.  Hamilton  72. 
1876  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1877. 


Arthur  O.  Lovejoy, 


A.  B.  California  95;  A.  M.  Harvard  97.  1907 
Lect.  Philos.;  Ret.  1908. 

Earl  Brink  Lovell, 

C.  E.  Cornell  91  1898  First  appt;  1907  Prof. 
Civil  Eng. — 

Seth  Low, 

A.  B.  70;  LL.  D.  Amherst  89;  Univ.  of  State  of 
N.  Y.  89;  Pennsylvania  90;  Harvard  90; 
Trinity  90;  Princeton  96;  Yale  01.  1890  Pres- 
ident;  Res.   1901;   Trustee   1881;   Res.   1914. 

Mrs.  Florence  de  Loiselle  Lowther, 

A.  M.  15;  A.  B.  12.  1914  First  appt.;  1916 
Instr.   Zoology — 

Alexander  Lowy, 

A.  M.  12;  B.  S.  11.  1912  Lab.  Asst.  Electro- 
Chem;  Res.  1915. 

Charles  Edward  Lucke, 

Ph.  D.  02;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y,  95;  M.  S.,  N.  Y. 
Univ.  99.  1902  First  appt.;  1908  Prof.  Mech. 
Eng.— 

Thomas  William  Ludlow, 

A,  M.  06;  B.  S.  03.  1908  Lect.  Arch.;  Ret. 
1910. 

Otto  Lummer, 

Prof.  Experimental  Physics  Univ.  of  Breslau — 
1906  Lect.  (non-res.)  Math.  Physics;  Ret.  1907. 

Lea  Mcllvaine  Luquer, 

Ph.  D.  94;  C.  E.  87.  1890  First  appt.;  1904 
Asst.  Prof..  Mineralogy — 


Thatcher  Taylor  Payne  Luquer, 

C.  E.  89.  1891  Asst.  Surveying  Pract.  Mining; 
Ret.  1892. 

John  Balthazar  Luther, 

Ph.  G.  Coll.  Pharmacy  03.  1903  Asst.  Anal. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1904. 

Henry  Hamilton  Moore  Lyle, 

M.  D.  00.  1910  Instr.  Sarg.;Res.  1912;  1913 
Prof.  Clin.   Surg. — 

John  Burgess  Lynch, 

M.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ  86.  1893  Asst.  Normal 
Histology;  Res.  1893;  1915  Instr.  Ophthalmo- 
logy— 

Edward  Crane  Lyon,  Jr., 

M.  D.  06;  A.  B.  Princeton  1902.  1911  Instr. 
Obstetrics;  Ret.  1914. 

Hastings  Lyon, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  01;  LL.  B.  10;  Harvard  05. 
1916  Asst.   Prof.   Finance — 

116 

M 

Kenneth  Rose  McAplin, 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Princeton  05;  A.  M.  06.  1914 
Asst.  Clin.  Path. — 

Howard  Lee  McBain, 

Ph.  D.  07;  A.  M.  05;  A.  B.  Richmond  (Va.) 
00;  A.  M.  01.  1913  First  appt.;  1914  Assoc. 
Prof.   Municipal   Science  and  Administration — 

Thomas  Alexander  McBride, 

M.  D.  71;  A.  B.  elsewhere.  1876  Lect.  Symp- 
tomatology; Ret.  1880;  1885  Examiner  Pathol, 
and  Practical  Med.;  Ret.  1886. 

Charles  McBurney, 

M.  D.  70;  A.  B.  Harvard  66;  A.  M.  69.  1872 
First  appt.;  1889  Prof.  Surg.  1907  Emer.  Prof.: 
Died  1913. 

Malcolm  McBurney, 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Harvard  06.  1910  (Jan.) 
Instr.  Bacteriology — 

Richard  Stanislaus  McCaffery, 

E.  M.  96.     1898  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Res.  1899. 

Joseph  Francis  McCarthy, 

M.  D.  01 ;  Phar.  D.,  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  96.  1914 
Instr.   Clin.  Urology — 

William  Henry  McCastline, 

M.    D.    03.     1910    Asst.    Prof.    Physical    Educ. 
(T.  C);  Res.   1912;   1912  Health  and  Sanitary 
Officer- 
John  McChesney, 

A.  B.,  Amherst  08.  1908  Asst.  Philos.;  Ret. 
1910 

James  Farley  McClelland, 

E.  M.  00.  1902  Lect.  Mining  04  Instr.;  Res. 
1905;   1910  Lect.  Mining;  Ret.  1911. 

Emory  McClintock, 

A.  M.  62;  A.  B.  59;  LL.  D.  85;  Ph.  D.  Wis- 
consin 84  Yale  99.  1859  Tutor  Math.;  Res. 
1860. 

■  Matthew  Thompson  McClure, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Washington  and  Lee  04; 
M.  A.  Virginia  07.  1910  Asst.  Philos.;  Ret. 
1911;  1912  Instr.  Philos.;  Res.  1915. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


55 


Robert  Hall  McConnell, 

M.  D.  95.  1907  Asst.  Dis.  of  Children;  Ret. 
1908. 

Joseph  Singleton  McCord,  Jr. 

B.  S.  Brooklyn  Polytechnic  Institute  99.  1901 
Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret.  1903. 

Andrew  James  McCosh, 

M.  D.  80;  LL.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Princeton  77;  A.  M. 
80.  1894  First  appt;  1907  Prof.  Clin.  Surg; 
Died  1908. 

Robert  Franklin  McCrackan, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  M.  10;  B.  S.  So.  Carolina  Military 
Acad.  03.     1910  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  1911. 

Nelson  Glenn  McCrea, 

Ph.  D.  88;  A.  B.  85;  A.  M.  86.  1885  First 
appt.;  1911  Anthon  Prof.  Latin  Lang,  and  Lit. — 

Roswell  Cheney  McCrea, 

A.  B.,  Haverford  97;  A.  M.  Cornell  00;  Ph.  D. 
Pennsylvania  01.     1916  Prof.  Economics — 

John  Alexander  McCreery, 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Harvard  06;  A.  M.  07.  1913 
Instr.   Clin.    Surg. — 

Richard  Sears  McCulloh, 

A.  B.  Coll.  N.  J.  36;  LL.  D.  Wash'n  and  Lee 
78.  1854  Prof.  Nat.  Phil,  and  Chem.  57; 
Prof.  Mechanics  and  Physics,  Expelled  1863 
(for  having  "abandoned  his  post  of  duty  .  .  . 
and  allied  himself  to  those  now  in  rebellion") 

Henry  Edwin  McDermott, 

A.  B.  Yale  96;  A.  M.  98.  1898  Asst.  Physiol. 
Chem.  Died  1898. 

Robert  Stanley  McEwen, 

A.  B.  Western  Reserve  11;  A.  M.  12.  191S 
Asst.  Zoology — 

George  Henry  McFarland,  Jr., 

M.  D.  02;  B.  S.  Princeton  98.  1907  Instr. 
Obstetrics;  Res.   1909. 

Charles  T.  McFarlane, 

B.  Pd.  N.  Y.  State  Normal  Coll.  94;  D.  Pd. 
04;  M.  Pd.  Mich.  State  Normal  Coll.  01.  1910 
(Feb.)  Controller  of  Teachers  Coll.  1913  Prof. 
Geography — 

Edward  L'H.  McGinnis, 

M.  D.  L.  I.  Coll.  Hosp.  83.  1896  Asst.  Dis.  of 
Women  and  Electro-Therapeutist;  Res.   1903, 

James  Howard  McGregor, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  M.  96;  B.  S.  Ohio  94.  1897 
First  appt,;  1914  Assoc.  Prof.  Zool. — ■ 

Leslie  M.  McHarg, 

C.  E.  Cornell  89.  1899  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Res. 
1900. 

Parker  Cairns  Mcllhiney, 

Ph.  D.  94;  Ph.  B.  92;  A.  M.  93.  1894  Asst. 
Metallurgy;  Ret.  1900, 

Charles  A.  McKendree, 

M.  D,  Dartmouth.  1916  (Jan.)  Instr.  Neur- 
ology— 

Isabel  McKenzie, 

A.  M.  14;  A.  B.  12.     1915  Asst.  Hist.— 


J 


Charles  Follett  McKim, 

Litt.  D.  04;  A.  M.  Bowdoin  92;  A.  M.  Harvard 
93;  1898  Advisory  Committee  on  Art.  1905 
Director  of  Atelier;  Died  1909. 

John  Aloysius  McKinley,  Jr., 

1912  Asst.  Drawing;  Ret.  1914. 

Walter  Wilbert  McKirahan, 

A.  B.  Muskingum  Coll.  05.  1911  Lab.  Asst. 
Physical  Chem.;  Ret.  1914. 

Charles  McKnight, 

M.  D.  1785  Prof.  Anat.  and  Surg.;  1784-7 
Regent  of  University;  1787  Trustee;  Res.  1787; 
Died  1792. 

John  McKnight, 

1795  Prof.  Moral  Phil,  (and  Logic);  Ret.  1801 
(in  1799  Rhetoric  and  Belles  Lettres  added); 
1793  Trustee;  Res.  1795. 

Charles  William  McKone, 

A.  M.  09;  B.  S.  Trinity  08.  1909  Asst.  Anal. 
Chem.;  Res.  1910. 

ames  Woods  McLane, 

M.  D.  64;  A.  B.  Yale  61.  1867  Lect.  Materia 
Medica;  68  Prof.  Mat.  Med.  and  69  Thera- 
peutics; 72  Adj.  Prof.  Obstetrics,  Dis.  of  Wo- 
men and  Child,  and  Med.  Jur.;  79  Prof.  Obst. 
and  Dis.  of  Child.  (Gynaecology  added  82-85 
and  Dis.  of  Child,  dropped  91);  Emer.  98;  1891 
Dean  Fac.  Med.;  Res.  1903;  Pres.  Coll.  P.  and 
S.  89-91;  Died  1912. 

Charles  Eraser  McEean, 

A.  B.  Yale  64;  Ph.  D.  66;  J.  U.  D.  Berlin. 
1873  Lect.  International  Law;  Ret.  1874. 

Cornelius  Stafford  McLean, 

M.  D.  08.     1913  Asst.  Dis.  Child.— 

Frank  Joseph  McMackin, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  M  13;  B.  S.  12.  1913  Asst. 
Math.;  Ret.  1916. 

Frank  Morton  McMurry, 

Ph.  D.  Jena  89.  1898  Prof.  Elem.  Educ.  (T. 
C.)— 

Charles  Wood  McMurtry, 

M.  D.  Harvard  97.  1910  Instr.  Dermatology; 
Died  1914. 

William  Augustus  McVickar, 

A.  M.  50;  A.  B.  46;  D.  D.  70.  1869  Lect.  Evi- 
dence of  Relig.;  Ret.  1871. 


John  McVickars, 


A.  M.  18;  A.  B.  04;  S.  T.  D.  25.  1817  Prof. 
Moral  Philos.  (in  1818  Philos.  and  Pol.  Econ. 
were  added) ;  57  Prof.  Evidence  Nat.  and  Rev. 
Relig.;  Emer.  1864;  Died  1868. 

Leonard  Beecher  McWhood, 

A.  B.  93.  1898  First  appt.;  1904  Adj.  Prof. 
Music;  Res.  1910. 

John  English  McWhorter, 

M.  D.  98.     1913  Instr.  Surg.— 

Clarence  Arthur  McWilliams, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Princeton  92;  A.  M.  95.  1898 
Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1899;  1903  Instr. 
Surgery — 

Robert  E.  MacAlarney, 

A.  B.  Dickinson  93.  1912  Assoc.  Prof.  Journ- 
alism— 


56 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


William  George  MacCallum, 

A.  B.  Toronto  94;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  97. 
1909  Prof.  Pathol.— 

Edward  Alexander  MacDowell, 

Mus.  Doc.  (Hon.)  Princeton  96.  1896  Prof. 
Music;  Res.  1904;  Died  1908. 

Roy  Samuel  MacElwee, 

B.  S.  07;  Ph.  D.  Berlin  15.  1916  Lect.  Eco- 
nomics— 

James  S.  Macgregor, 

B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech  02;  M.  S.  04.  1905 
First  appt. ;   1910  Instr.  Civil  Eng. — 

Joseph  Constantine  MacGuire, 

M.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Yale.     1915  Asst.  Anat. — 

James  Buckton  Macintosh, 

E.  M.;  C.  E.  77.  1879  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Ret. 
1880;  Died  1891. 

George  M.  MacKee, 

M.  D.  Bellevue  99.  1913  Instr.  Dermatology 
and  Syphilology — 

George  Minor  Mackenzie, 

M.  D.  13;  A.  B.  07.  1914  First  appt.;  1916 
Assoc.  Path. — 

Richard  Cockburn  Maclaurin, 

A.  M.  Cambridge  97;  LL.  D.  04;  Sc.  D.  08 
LL.  EV.  Wesleyan  09;  Harvard  10;  Sc.  D,  Dart 
mouth  09.  1907  (Dec.)  Prof.  Math.  Physics 
Res.    1909. 

James  Maclay, 

Ph.  D.   99;   C    E. 
Prof.  Math.— 


1888  First  appt.;    1905 


Annie  Louise  Macleod, 

A.  B.  McGill  04;  M.  Sc.  05.  1908  Asst.  Chem.; 
Res.  1909. 

Arthur  Whittier  Macmahen, 

A.  M.  13;  A.  B.  12.     1913  Instr.  Politics— 

John  Angus  MacVannel, 

Ph.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Toronto  93;  A.  M  94.  1896 
Asst.  Philos.;  Ret.  1898;  1901  Lect.  Philos.; 
Ret.  1902;  1906  Prof.  Philos  of  Educ.  (l.C); 
Died  1915. 

Cornelia  Page  Macy, 

1908  Recorder — 

Julius  Maier, 

Ph.  D.  64.     1864  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1865. 

Cyprien  O.  Mailloux, 

E.   E.   Bkln.   Polytechnic  Inst.   05;   M.   Sc.   06. 

1909  Assoc.  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1910. 

Margaret  Eliza  Maltby, 

A.  B.  Oberlin  82:  B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech  91; 
A.  M.  91;  Ph.  D.  Gottingen  95.  1900  First 
appt.;  1913  Assoc.  Prof.  Physics — 

Matthew  Derbyshire  Mann, 

M.  D.  71;  A.  B.  Yale  67;  A.  M.  71.  1875  Lect. 
Clin.  Microscopy;  Ret.  1878. 

Gustave  Randolph  Manning, 

M,  D.  Freiburg  98.     1916  Asst.  Dis.  Child.— 

William  Mansfield, 

Phar.  D.  1908  Prof.  Pharmacognosy.  Coll.  of 
Phar.— 


Clarence  Daniel  Mapes, 

Met.  E.  11.     1915  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Rts.  1915. 

Villette  de  Marcelin, 

1792  Prof.   French  Lang.;   Ret.   1799. 

Joseph  K.  Marcus, 

A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  14.     1914  Lab.  Asst.  Chem.— 

Antonio  Marinoni, 

A  B.  Lyceo  di  Desenzano  (Italy)  00;  A.  M. 
Yale  04.  1904  (Nov.)  Lect.  Romance  Langs, 
and  Lits.;  Ret.  1905. 

Charles  Blackwell  Markham, 

A.  B.  Trinity  (N.  C.)  06;  A.  M.  07.  1907 
Asst.  Physics;  Res.  1908. 

Francis  Hartman  Markoe, 

M  D  79;  A.  B.  Princeton  76.  1887  First  appt.; 
1900  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.;  Died  1907. 

Thomas  Masters  Markoe, 

M.  D.  41;  A.  B.  Princeton  36.  1859  First  appt.; 
1870  Prof.  Surg.;  Emer.  91;  Died  1901. 

Will-iam  G.  Marquette, 

Ph.  G.  Northwestern  99;  B.  S.  Wisconsin  03; 
Ph.  D.  07.     1911  Assoc.  Prof.  Botany— 

Charles  Wells  Marsh, 

Ph  D.  82;  Ph.  B.  79.  1880  Asst.  Chem.;  Res. 
1880. 

Henry  Rutgers  Marshall, 

A.  M.  76;  A.  B.  73;  L.  H.  D.  Rutgers  03.  1894 
Lect.  ^Esthetics;  Ret.  1895. 

Alexander  T.  Martin, 

B.  S.  Princeton,  09;  M.  D.  13.  1916  (Feb.) 
Instr.  Pharmacology — 

Melvin  Alvin  Martin, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  M  05;  A.  B.  Richmond  (Va.)  98. 
1914  Asst.  Psychology;  Ret.  1916. 

Walton  Martin, 

M.  D.  92:  Ph.  B.  Yale  89.  1896  First  appt.; 
1913  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.— 

Walter  Taylor  Marvin, 

A.  B.  93;  Ph  D.  Bonn.  98.  1898  Asst.  Philos.; 
Ret.  1900. 

Daniel  Gregory  Mason, 

A.  B.  Harvard  95.  1909  First  appt.;  1916 
Assoc.  Prof.  Music — 

Erskine  Mason, 

M.  D.  60;  A.  B.  57;  A.  M.  60.  1860  First 
appt.;   1866  Demonstr.  Anat.;Ret.  1870. 

Frank  Louis  J\Iason, 

E.  E.  09.  1909  First  appt.;  1911  Instr,  Elec. 
Eng. — 

Howard  Harris  Mason, 

M.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Brown  00.  1907  First  appt.; 
1910  Instr.   Dis,  Child.— 

John  Mitchell  Mason, 

A.  B.  1789;  A.  M.  Princeton  1794;  S.  T.  D. 
Pennsylvania  1804.  1811  Provost;  Res.  1816; 
1795  Trustee;  Res.   1821. 

Henry  James  Masson, 

-A.  M.  16;  Chem.  E.  14.  1915  Asst.  Chem. 
Eng. — 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


57 


Seabury  C.  Mastich, 

1914  Lect.  (non-resid.)  Chemical  Patents— 

Francis  Stuart  Mathews, 

M.  D.  93 ;  B.  S.  Washington  and  Jefferson  Coll. 
90.  1903  First  appt.;  1908  Assoc.  Gyniecology; 
Ret.  1911;  1912  Instr.  Surg.;  1913  Asst.  Prof. 
Clin.  Surg. — 

John  Alexander  Mathews, 

Ph.  D.  98;  A.  M.  95;  B.  S.  Washington  and 
Jefferson  Coll.  93;  M.  S.  96.  1896  Asst.  As- 
saying; Ret.  1897;  1898  Tutor  Chem.;  Ret.  1900. 

Franklin  Matthews, 

A.  B.  Cornell  83.  1912  First  appt.;  1914  Assoc. 
Prof.  Journalism — 

[James]  Brander  Matthews, 

A.  M.  74;  A.  B.  71;  LL.  B.  73;  LL.  D.  04; 
Litt.  D.  Yale  01;  D.  C.  L.  Univ.  of  the  South 
99;  LL.  D.  Miami  09.  1892  Prof.  Literature; 
1900  Prof.  Dramatic  Lit.— 

Carlotta  Joaquina  Maury, 

Ph.  B.  Cornell  96;  Ph.  D.  02.  1909  First  appt.; 
1910  Asst.  Geol.;  Res.  1912. 

John  W.  Draper  Maury, 

M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  98.  1905  First  appt.;  1908 
Assoc.  Surg.;  Res.  1910. 

Arthur  Ray  Maxson, 

A.  M.  05;  A.  B.  Rollins  00.  1905  First  appt.; 
1910  Instj.  Math.;  Died  1911. 

Charles  Henry  May, 

M.  D.  83.  1896  Instr.  Ophthalmology;  Res. 
1903. 

William  Ropes  May, 

-  A.  B.  Harvard  94;  M.  D.  98.     1906  Asst.  Appl. 
Therapeutics;  Res.  1909. 

Ralph  Edward  Mayer, 

C.  E.  79.  1882  First  appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Prof. 
Eng'g  Draughting — 

Richmond  Mayo-Smith, 

A.  B.  Amherst  75;  A.  M.  78  Ph.  D.  90.  1877 
First  appt.;  1883  Prof.  Pol.  Econ.  and  Social 
Sci.;  Died  1901. 

-Charles  Searing  Mead, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  96;  B.  S.  Ohio  State  04.  1906 
Asst.  Zool.;  Ret.  1907.  1909  (Feb.)  Asst. 
Zoo!.;  Ret.  (June)   1909. 

William  Rutherford  Mead, 

1909  Advisory  Com.  on  Art — 

Frank  Sherman  Meara, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Yale  90;  Ph.  D.  92.  1903 
First  appt.;  1908  Instr.  Dis.  of  Children;  Res. 
1909. 

Harold  Raymond  Medina, 

LL.  B.  12;  A.  ?.  Princeton  09.  1916  Assoc. 
Law — 

Thomas  Mann  Randolph  Meikleham, 

C.  E.  90.     1890  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret.  1892. 

Henry  Frederick  August  Meier, 

A.  B.  Indiana  12;  A.  M.  13.  1915  (Feb.)  Asst. 
Botany — 

Albert  A.  Meras, 

A.  B.,  C.  C.  N  Y.  00;  A.  M.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  04; 
Ph.  D.  08.  1916  (Feb.)  Asst.  Prof.  French 
(T.  O— 


Carl  J.  Merner, 

1916  Instr.  Physical  Educ. — 

Augustus  Chapman  Merriam, 

A.  M.  69;  A.  B.  66;  Ph.  D.  Hamilton  79.  1868 
First  appt.;  1890  Prof.  Greek  Archaeol.  and 
Epig.;  Died  1895. 

Charles  Edward  Merriam,  Jr., 

Ph.  D.  00;  A.  M.  97;  A.  B.  Lenox  Coll.  93;  A. 

B.  Iowa  95.  1898  Lect.  Pol.  Theories;  Ret. 
1899. 

Frederick  James  Hamilton  Merrill, 

Ph.  D.  90;  Ph.  B.  85.  1886  Fellow,  Asst.  Geol. ; 
Res.  1890. 

William  Jay  Mersereau, 

M.  D.  96.     1913  Asst.  Dis.  Child.— 

William  Stuart  Messer, 

A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  OS.  1911  Instr.  Classical  Phil- 
ology— 

T.  Nelson  Metcalf, 

A.  B.  Oberlin  12.     1915  Assoc.  Physical  Educ. — 

John  Thomas  Metcalfe, 

M.  D.  Univ.  of  Penn.  43.  1866  Prof.  Clin. 
Med.;  Emer.  75;  Died  1902. 

Arthur  Julius  Mettler, 

B.  S.  05.  1905  First  appt.;  1906  Lect.  Anal. 
Chem.;  Res.  1907. 

Floyd  Jay  Metzger, 

Ph.  D.  02;  Ph.  B.  Buchtel  99.  1904  First  appt.; 
1916  Assoc.  Prof.  Chem.  Eng.— 

Anna  Emily  Helene  Meyer, 

A.  B.    98.     1899    Registrar    Barnard    Coll.— 

Gustave  Morris  Meyer, 

B.  S.  N.  Y.  Univ.  96;  D.  Sc.  Geneva  02.  1903 
(April)  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  (June)  1903; 
1904  Asst.  Physiological  Chem.  1905  Tutor; 
1907  (Feb.)  Tutor  Biol.  Chem.;  Res.  1907. 

John  Francis  Meyer, 

1872  Registrar  School  of  Mines;  Ret.  1877. 

George  Louis  Meylan, 

A.  M.  04;  M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  96;  B.  S.  Har- 
vard. 1902  First  appt.;  1911  Assoc.  Prof. 
Physical  Education  and  Medical  Direc.  of  the 
Gymnasium — 

Louis  Guy  Michael, 

B.  S.  Mich.  Agric.  Coll.  03.  1904  (May) 
Asst.  Mineralogy;  Res.  (July)   1904. 

Alfred  Michaelis, 

M.  D.  98;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  94.  1910  Instr. 
Laryngology  and  Otology — 

Peter  Middleton, 

M.  D.  (Hon.)  1768;  M.  D.  St.  Andrew's  Univ. 
1767  Prof.  Path,  and  Physiol.;  Ret.  1776;  1770 
Prof.  Chem.  and  Mat.  Medica;  Ret.  1776;  1770 
Gov.  King's  College;    Ret.  subsequently  to  1780. 

Adam  Marion  Miller, 

A.  B.  Princeton  01;  A.  M.  02.  1903  Instr. 
Normal  Histology,  Embryology;  09  Instr.  Anat. 
Res.  1914. 

Dickinson  Sergeant  Miller, 

A.  B.,  A.  M.  Harvard  92;  Ph.  D.  Halle  93;  Sc. 
D.  Hobart  09.  1904  First  appt.;  1907  Prof,  of 
Philos.— 


58 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Edgar  Grim  Miller.  Jr., 

Ph.  D  13;  B.  S.  Gettysburg  11.  1912  Asst. 
Biol.  Chem.;  Ret.  1913;  1914  Assoc.  Biol. 
Chem.— 

Edmund  Howd  Miller, 

Ph.  D.  94;  Ph.  B.  91;  A.  M.  92.  1891  First 
appt.;  1904  Prof.  Anal.  Chem.;  Died  1906. 

Fred  J.  Miller, 

1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1911. 

Frederick  Miller, 

C.  E.  13.     1913  Asst.  Civ.  Eng.— 

George  Mason  Miller, 

A.  M.  63;  A.  B.  60;  LL.  B.  62.  1865  Asst. 
Assaying;  Ret.  1866. 

James  Alexander  Miller, 

M.  D.  99;  A.  B.  Princeton  93;  A.  M.  94.  1901 
Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1902;  1904  Instr. 
Clin.  Med.;  1910  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

Samuel  Osgood  Miller, 

C.  E.  95.  1898  First  appt.;  1911  Asst.  Prof. 
Drawing — 

William  Whitfield  Miller, 

M.  D.  University  of  Virginia.  1901  Asst.  Nor- 
mal Histology;  Ret.  1902. 

Edward  Norris  Milliken, 

A.  M.  10;  B.  S.  07.  1910  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1912. 

Edward  Bedinger  Mitchell, 

A.  B.  01.  1901  Asst.  Comparative  Literature; 
Ret.   1902. 

Graham  John  Mitchell, 

A.  M.  13;  B.  S.  Oregon  12.     1916  Asst.  Geol.— 

Henry  Bedinger  Mitchell, 

A.  M.  00;  E.  E.  98.  1898  First  appt.;  1908 
Prof.  Math. — 

Samuel  Alfred  Mitchell, 

A.  M.  Queens  94;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  98. 
1899  First  appt.;  1908  Asst.  Prof.  Astron.; 
Res.  1913. 

Walter  Alfred  Mitchell, 

A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  Trinity  04.  1904  Asst. 
Phvsics;  Res.  1905;  1909  Asst.  Physics;  Ret. 
1910. 

Wesley  Clair  Mitchell, 

A.  B.,  96;  Ph.  D.  99.  1913  First  appt.;  1914 
Prof.  Economics — 

Samuel  Latham  Mitchill, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  1788;  M.  D.  Edinburgh  1786;  LL. 
D.  Pennsylvania  1819.  1792  Prof.  Nat.  Hist., 
Agric.  and  Arts  depending  thereon;  Ret.  1802 
also  1793  Prof.  Botany;  Res.  1795. 

Harris  Moak, 

M.  D.  Albany  Med.  Coll.  99.  1911  Asst. 
Bacteriol.;  Res.  1913. 

Miles  Rees  Mofifatt, 

A.  B.  99;  B.  S.  1901.  1901  Asst.  Physics; 
Res.   (Jan.)   1902. 

Walter  Reichheld  Mohr, 

B.  S.  13.     1913  First  appt.;  1916  Chief  Clerk— 


Benj 


Joseph  Thompson  Monell, 

C.  E.  89;  E.  E.  91.  1892  Tutor  Astron.;  Res. 
1895. 

Kenneth  P.  Monroe, 

B.   S.   Chicago   13.     1915  Asst.   Chem.— 

Paul  Monroe, 

B  S.  Franklin  90;  M.  S.  95;  Ph.  D.  Chicago 
97;  LL.  D.  Peking  (China)  13.  1897  First 
appt.  (T.  C);  1902  Prof.  Hist,  of  i-duc.  (T. 
C.)— 

William  Pepperrell  Montague, 

A.  B.  Harvard  9.6;  A.  M.  97  Ph.  D.  98.  1903 
First  appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Prof.  Philos. — 

Robert  H.  Montgomery, 

1914  Asst.  Prof.  Accounting — 

Charles  Craig  Mook, 

Ph.  D.  15;  B.  S.  12;  A.  M.  14.  1915  First 
appt.;    1916   Instr.    Geology — 

Mrs.    Charles    Craig    Mook    (Ruth 
Weir  Raeder), 

A.  B.  Wellesley  08;  A.  M.  11.  1912  First 
appt.;   1913  Lect.  Geology — 

Parker  Thomas  Moon, 

B.  S.  13.     1915  Instr.  Hist. — 

jamin  Moore, 

A.  M.  1771;  A.  B.  1768;  S.  T.  D.  1789.  1784 
Prof.  Rhet.  and  Logic;  Res.  1787;  1801  Presi- 
dent; Res.  1811;  1802  Trustee;  Res.  1813. 

Frank  Gardner  Moore, 

A.  B.  Yale  86;  Ph.  D.  90.  1910  Prof.  Classical 
Pliilology — 

Henry  Ludwell  Moore, 

A.  B.  Randolph-Macon  92;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  96.  l'902  First  appt. ;  1906  Prof.  Polit. 
Econ. — 

John  Bassett  Moore, 

LL.  D.  Columbian  99;  Yale  01:  Brown  14; 
Delaware  00;  Chile  (S.  A.)  10.  1891  Hamil- 
ton Fish  Prof.  International  Law  and  Diplo- 
macy. 

Nathaniel  F.  Moore, 

A.  M.   05;   A.   B.    02;   LL.   D.   25.     1817   Adj. 
Prof.    Greek    and    Latin    Langs.;    1820    Prof.;. 
Res.    1835;    1837    Librarian;    Res.    1839;    1842 
President;  Res.  1849;  1842  Trustee;  Res.  1851. 

William  Cabler  Moore, 

B.  S.  Peabody  Coll.  03;  Ph.  D.  Chicago  10.  1909 
First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Chem.;  Res.  1913. 

[William]  Underhill  Moore, 

LL.  B.  02;  A.  B.  00;  A.  M.  01.  1916  Prof. 
Law — 

Victor  Morawetz, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  88;  LL.  B.  Harvard  79.  1888 
Lect.  Private  Corporations;  Ret.  1890. 

J[ohn]  Harold  Morecroft. 

E.  E.  Syracuse  04;  B.  S.  07.  1909  First  appt; 
1915  Assoc.  Prof.  Elec.  Eng.— 

John  Jacob  Brooke  Morgan, 

Ph.  D.  16;  'A.  M.  13;  A.  B.  Taylor;  B.  D. 
Drew   14.      1914  Asst.  Psychology;  Ret.   1916. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


59 


John  Livingston  Rutgers  Morgan, 

B.  S.  Rutgers  92;  A.  M.;  Ph.  D.  Leipzig  95. 
1897  First  appt.;   1905  Prof.  Physical  Chem.— 

O.  S.  Morgan, 

A.  B.  Illinois  05;  M.  S.  A.  Cornell  07;  Ph.  D. 
09.     1911  Prof.  Agriculture- 
Thomas  Hunt  Morgan, 

B.  S.  Kentucky  86;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  91. 
1904  Prof.  Experimental  Zbol. — 

William  Thomas  Morgan, 

Ph.  B.  Ohio  09;  A.  M.  Harvard  10;  Ph.  D. 
Yale  16.     1916  Inst.  Hist.— 

Sergius  Morgulis, 

Ph.  D.  Harvard  10.     1913  Instr.  Biol.  Chem.— 

Thomas  Morong, 

A.  B.  Amherst  48;  A.  M.  51.  1850  Curatot 
Herbarium;   Died   1894. 

Charles  Virgin  Morrill,  Jr., 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  M.  06;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  03. 
1906  Asst.  Zool.;  Ret.   1908. 

Dudley  Henry  Morris, 

M.  D.  09;  A.  B.  05.  1915  (Dec.)  Asst.  Can- 
cer Research — 

Frederick  Kuhne  Morris, 

A.  M.  10;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  04.  1916  Instr. 
Geology — 

Charles  Edward  Morrison, 

Ph.  D.  08;  C.  E.;  A.  M.  01;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y. 
97.  1905  First  appt.;  1909  Instr.  Civil  Eng.; 
Res.  1910. 

Leighton  B.  Morse, 

Ph.  D.  08;  Ph.  B.  Iowa  03.  1906  First  appt.; 
1909  Instr.  Physics. — 

Alexis  Victor  Moschcowitz, 

M.  D.  91;  Ph.  G.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  85.  1914 
Prof.  Clin.   Surg.— 

Herman  Otto  Mosenthal, 

M.  D.  03;  A.  B.  99.  1908  First  appt.  1914 
(May)  Assoc.  Med.;  Res.  1914. 

Alfred  Joseph  Moses, 

Ph.  D.  90;   E.  M.  82.     1882  First  appt;   1897 
Prof.  Mineralogy- 
Lincoln,  DeGroot  Moss, 

1909  (Jan.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  (June) 
1900;  1910  (Dec.)  Assoc.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret. 
1912;  1912  (Dec.)  Assoc.  Mech.  Eng.;  1915 
Asst.  Prof.   Mech.  Eng.— 

Valentine  Mott, 

M.  D.  06;  LL.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  1811  Prof. 
Surg.;  Res.  1813. 

Henry  Moyes, 

LL.  D.  1785  Prof.  Chem.  and  Nat.  Hist.;  Res. 
1786. 

John  Howard  Mueller, 

B.  S.  Illinois  Wesleyan  12;  M.  S.  Louisville, 
(Ky.)    14.     1916  Asst.  Path.— 

Elisha  Mulford, 

A.  B.  Yale  55;  A.  M.  58;  LL.  D.  72.  1872 
Lect.  Polit.   Sci.;  Ret.  1873. 


George  MuUer, 

Ph.  B.  1896  First  appt.;  1897  Asst.  Anal. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1898. 

Henri  Franqois  Muller, 

B.  es  L.  Paris  97.  1903  First  appt.  1914  Asst. 
Prof.  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Hermann  Joseph  Muller, 

A.   M.    11;   A.   B.    10.     1912  Asst.   Zool.— 

George  Walker  Mullins, 

A.  M.  13;  A.  B.  Arkansas  04.  1913  Instr. 
Math. — 

Russell  William  Mumford, 

A.  M.  IS;  A.  B.  Mich.  State  Normal  Coll.  14; 
1915    Asst.    Chem.    Eng. — 

Paul  Fortunatus  Munde, 

M.  D.  Harvard  66;  LL.  D.  (Hon.)  Dartmouth 
97.     1881  Lect.  Dis.  of  Women;  Ret.  1882. 

Henry  Smith  Munroe, 

Ph.  D.  76;  E.  M.  69;  Sc.  D.  04.  1877  First 
appt.;  1891  Prof.  Mining;  Res.  1915;  Dean  Fao. 
App.  Sci.  97;  Res.   1899. 

Hugo  Miinsterberg, 

Ph.  D.  Leipsic  85;  M.  D.  Heidelberg  87;  A.  M. 
Harvard  01;  L.  L.  D.  Washington  04;  Litt. 
D.  Lafayette  07;  Professor  of  Psychol.  Harvard 
University — 1903  Lect.  Psycliol.;  Ret.   1904. 

Claudius  Temple  Murchison, 

A.  B.  Wake  Forest  11.  1915  Lect.  Economics; 
Ret.  1916. 

Robert  Kenneth  Murphy, 

Chem.  E.  10.  1912  Instr.  Engineering  Chem.; 
Ret.  1914. 

William  Hunt  Murphy, 

B.  S.  McGill  08.  1912  (Feb.)  Asst.  Physics.; 
Res.  (Feb.)  1915. 

Henry  Raymond  Mussey, 

Ph.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Beloit  00.  1902  (April) 
Lect.  Economics;  Ret.  (June)  1902;  1909  Asst. 
Prof.  Economics;   1911  Assoc.  Prof.— 

David  Saville  Muzzey, 

Ph.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Harvard  93;  B.  D.  N.  Y. 
Univ.  97.  1911  First  appt.;  1912  Assoc.  Prof. 
Hist.— 

James  Myers, 

A.  B.  04.  1908  Secretary  of  Earl  Hall;  Res. 
1913. 

198 

N 

Ehrman  Syme  Nadal, 

A.  B.  Yale  64.  1892  Lect.  Eng.  Comp.  Ret. 
1893;  1895  Lect.  English;  Ret.  1896. 

Charles  Murray  Nairne, 

Grad.  St.  Andrews  30;  A.  M.  L.  H.  D.  Regents 
of  U.  of  N.  Y.  65.  1857  Prof.  Moral  and 
Intellectual  Philos.  and  Lit.  (1860-78,  also  Prof. 
Ethics  of  Jurisprudence;  1865-76  also  Prof. 
Hist,  and  Pol.  Econ.);  Enter.  Philos.  and  Eng. 
Lit.  81;  Died  1882. 

John  McLean  Nash, 

A.  M.  70;  A.  B.  68;  LL.  B.  70.     1885  Treas- 


60 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Harold  Nathan, 

LL.  B.,  89;  B.  S.,C.  C.  N.  Y.  85;  M.  S.  88. 
1890  Prize  Tutor  Law;  Ret.  1893. 

Arthur  Edwin  Neergaard, 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Yale  04.  1912  First  appt.; 
1915  Instr.  Clin.  Med.— 

William  Allan  Neilson, 

A.  M.  Edinburgh  91;  A.  M.  Harvard  96;  Ph.  D. 
98.  1904  First  appt.;  1905  Prof.  English;  Res. 
1906. 

Arthur  Colon  Neish, 

Ph.  D.  04;  A.  M.  00;  A.  B.  Queen's  98.  1900 
Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1902.  1903  (Feb.) 
Tutor  Chem.;  1910  Instr.  Chem.  1914  Asst. 
Prof.  Chem. — • 

William  Stockton  Nelms, 

A.  B.  Southwestern  03;  A.  M.  04.  1908  Asst. 
Physics;  Ret.  1912. 

Allen  Henry  Nelson, 

A.  M.  03;  A.  B.  Middlebury  01.  1903  (Mar.) 
Asst.  Physics;  Res.  1906. 

Charles  Alexander  Nelson, 

A.  B.  Harvard  60;  A.  M.  63.  1881  First  appt.; 
1900  Head  Reference  Librarian;  Ret.  1909. 

Francis  Augustus  Nelson, 

B.  S.  00.  1906  First  appt.;  1911  Assoc.  Arch.; 
Res.  1912. 

John  Maurice  Nelson, 

Ph.  D.  07;  B.  S.  Nebraska  01.  1908  First  appt.; 
1910  Instr.   1914  Asst.  Prof.   Organic  Chem. — 

William  Frederick  Neumann, 

M.  D.  92.  1897  Asst.  Bacteriol.  and  Hygiene; 
Ret.  1902. 

John  Strong  Newberry, 

A.  B:  Western  Reserve-46;  LL.  D.  67;  M.  D. 
C  eveland  Medical  48.  1866  Prof.  Geol.  and 
Palaeontology;    Emer.    92;    Died    92. 

Spencer  Baird  Newberry, 

Ph.  D.  79;  E.  M.  78.  1878  Asst.  Geology;  Ret. 
1879. 

Mabel  Newcomer, 

A.  B.  Stanford  13;  A.  M.  14.  1916  Lect.  Econ- 
,omics — 

Henry  Newton, 

Ph.  D.  77;  E.  M.  69;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  66. 
1870  Asst.  Mineralogy  and  Geol.;  Ret.  1875. 

Ernest  Fox  Nichols, 

B.  S.  Kansas  Ag.  88;  M.  S.  Cornell  93;  Sc.  D. 
97;  Sc.  D.  Dartmouth  03;  LL.  D.  Colgate  09; 
Clark  09.  1903  Prof.  Experimental  Physics; 
Res.  1909. 

F.  F.  Nickel, 

1912  (Feb.)  Assoc.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1915. 

Samuel  Nicoll, 

M.  D.  1774.  1792  Prof.  Chem.  and  Pract.  of 
Med.;  Res.   1794;  Trustee  1795;  Died  1796. 

William  Albert  Nitze, 

A.    B.    Johns    Hopkins    94;    Ph.    D.    99.      1899 
'First   appt.;    1901   Tutor  Romance  Langs,   and 
Lits.;  Res.   1903. 

Herbert  Noble, 

LL.  B.  93;  A.  M.  95;  A.  B.  St.  John's  Coll. 
(Md.)  89.     1896  Lect.  Law;     Ret.  1899. 


Van  Home  Nome, 

M.  D.  89;  A.  B.  85.  1895  First  appt.;  1910 
Prof.  Clin.  Med. — 

Charles  Norris,  [Jr.], 

M.  D.  92;  Ph.  B.  Yale  88.  1897  First  appt.; 
1904  (Mar.)  Instr.  Bacteriol.;  Res.  (Aug.)  1904. 

Henry  Lee  Norris, 

E.  M.  Stevens  02.  1902  First  appt.;  1907 
(Jan.)  Supt.  Buildings  and  Grounds — • 

Leonard  Drake  Norsworthy, 

A.  M.  10;  C.  E.  1909.  1909  Asst.  Civil  Eng.; 
Ret.  1910.  1912  Instr.  Civil  Eng;  1913  (Apr.) 
Asst.  Prof.  Civ.  Eng.— 

Naomi  Norsworthy, 

Ph.  D.  04;  B.  S.  01.  1909  First  appt.;  1912 
Assoc.  Prof.  Educ.  Psychol.  (T.  C.) — 

John  Arthur  Northcott, 

A.  B.  Toronto  04;  A.  M.  05;  Ret.  1914. 

John  Isaiah  Northrop, 

Ph.  D.  88;  E.  M.  84.  1887  First  appt.;  1891 
Tutor  Zool.,  Died  1891. 

C.  H.  Norton, 

1909  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1910. 

Nathaniel  Read  Norton, 

M.  D.  94;  Ph.  B.  Yale  91.  1911  Instr.  Dis.  of 
Children — 

Frederick  Stanley  Nowlan, 

A.  B.  Acadia  08;  A.  M.  Harvard  09.  1911 
Asst.  Math.;  Ret.  1912. 

William  Noyes, 

A.  B.  Amherst  84;  A.  M.  05.  1910  Asst.  Prof. 
Indus.  Arts  (T.  C.) — 

William  Curtis  Noyes, 

LL.  D.  Hamilton  56.  1860  Lect.  Law;  Ret. 
1864. 

Mary  Adelaide  Nutting, 

1906  Prof.  Nursing  (T.  C.) 

William  Bunker  Nye, 

1880  Registrar  School  of  Arts,  University  Fac- 
ulties; Died  1896. 

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Frank  Richard  Oastler, 

M.  D.  94;  A.  B.  Yale  91.  1903  First  appt.; 
1913  Prof.  Clin.  Gynaecology — ■ 

Marjorie  O'Connell, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  B.  11:  A.  M.  12.  1914  Curator 
Paleontology;  Ret.  1916. 

Bernard  F.  O'Connor, 

B.  es  L.  Univ.  of  France  74;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  83.  1883  First  appt.;  1891  Adj.  Prof. 
Romance  Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res.  94. 

George  Clinton  Densmore  Odell, 

Ph.  D.  93;  A.  B.  89;  A.  M.  90.  1895  First 
appt.;  1906  Prof.  English— 

John  Oehler, 

Ph.  G.  Coll.  Pharmacy  79.  1904  Asst.  Prof. 
Chem.   Coll.   Pharmacy — 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


61 


Horst  Oertel, 

M.   D.   Yale  94.     1904  Demonstr.  Pathological 
Anat.,  Path.;  Res.  1908. 

Cornelius  Offerhaus, 

Ph.  D.  Univ.  of  Zurich  03.     1906  Asst.  Metal- 
lurgy; Ret.  1908. 

Charles  Jones  Ogden, 

Ph.    D.   09;    A.   B.,    1900;    LL.   B.,   A.    M.   03. 
1908  Asst.  Classical  Philology;  Ret.   1910. 

Gouverneur  Morris  Ogden, 

A.  B.  33.  1858  Treasurer;  Died   1884. 

John  David  Ogilby, 

A.   M.  ,33;    A.   B.   29.     1829   Master  Grammar 
School;  Res.  1830. 

Ida  Helen  Ogilvie, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Bryn  Mawr  00.     1903  First 
appt. ;  1916  Assoc.  Prof.  Geology — 

George  N.  Olcott, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  93.     1898  First  appt.;    1910 
Assoc.  Prof.  Latin;  Died  1912. 

George  Ashton  Oldham, 

A.  B.  Cornell  02.  1906  (Jan.)  Chaplain  pro 
tempore;  Ret.  1908. 

Archibald  E.  Olpp, 

A.  C.  Lehigh  03;  M.  D.  Pennsylvania  08.  1908 
Instr.  Biol.  Cham.;  Ret.  1909. 

Frederick  W.  O'Neil, 

Mich.  Sch.  Mines.  1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Res.  (Feb.)   1911. 

Frederick  Ophuls, 

E.  M.  Stevens  97.  1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Ret.  1911. 

Eugene  L.  Opie, 

M.  D.  Harvard  97.  1907  Demonstr.  Pathologi- 
cal Anat.,  Path.;  Res.  1909. 

Bernard  Sutro  Oppenheimer, 

M.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Harvard  97.  1914  (Nov.)  Asst. 
Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

John  Ordronaux, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  50;  A.  M.  53;  LL.  D.  95; 
LL.  B.  Harvard  52;  M.  D.  National  Med.  Coll. 
59;  LL.  D.  Trinity  (Ct.),  70.  1860  Prof. 
Medic.  Jurispru.;  Emer.  1898;  Died  1908. 

Ryszard  Ordynski, 

1916  Lect.  Slav.  Langs. — 

Henry  Fairfield  Osborn, 

LL.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Princeton  77;  Sc.  D.  80; 
LL.  D.  02;  Sc.  D.  Cambridge  04;  LL.  D.  Trinity 
(Ct.)  01;  Ph.  D.  (Hon.)  Christiania  11.  1892 
Da  Costa  Prof.  Biol.,  Zool.;  1911  Research  Prof. 
Zool.— ;  Dean  Pure  Sci.  92-95. 

James  Insley  Osborne, 

A.  B.  Wabash  06;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Oxford  13. 
1914  Instr.  English— 

John  Churchill  Osborne, 

M.  D.  (Hon.)  14.  1808  Prof.  Inst,  of  Medi- 
cine; 11  also  Prof.  Mat.  Med.;  Ret.  1813;  (Coll. 
P.  and  S.  1813-18  Prof,  of  Obstetrics;  1814-18 
Trustee);  Died  1819. 

Raymond  Carroll  Osburn, 

Ph  D.  06;  B.  S.  Ohio  State  98;  M.  S.  00.  1907 
First  appt.;   1910  Asst.  Prof.  Zool.;  Res.  1915. 


Herbert  Levi  Osgood, 

Ph.  D.  89;  A.  B.  Amherst  77;  A.  M.  80;  LL.D. 
07.     1890  First  appt.;   1896  Prof.  Hist.— 

Frederick  Curry  Ostrander, 

A.  B.  Wesleyan  93.  1904  Lect.  Romance  Langs, 
and  Lits.;  Ret.  1905. 

Wilhelm  Ostwald, 

Ph.  D.;  LL.  D.;  Prof.  Univ.  Leipzig—.  1905 
Lect.   (non-res.)   Psychol.;  Ret.    1906. 

John  Lewis  O'SulIivan, 

A.  M.  34;  A.  B.  31.     1831  Tutor;  Ret.  1833. 

Fessenden  Nott  Otis, 

LL.  D.  92;  A.  B.;  M.  D.  Union  51;  M.  D.  N.  Y. 
Medical  Coll.  52.  1867  Lect.  Dis.  of  Genito- 
urinary Organs;  Ret.  1873;  1871  Prof.  Venereal 
Diseases;  86  Prof.  Genito-Urinary  Diseases; 
Emer.  91;  Died  1899. 

Reuben  Ottenberg,     ■ 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  02.  1910  Asst.  Biol.  Chem.; 
Ret.   1912;   1913  Instr.  Bacteriology — 

Harry  Allen  Overatreet, 

A.  B.  Univ.  Cal.  99;  B.  Sc.  Oxford  01.  1913 
Lect.  Phil.;  Ret.  (Feb.)   1914. 

Roberts  Bishop  Owen, 

A.  B.  Chicago  10;  Ph.  D.  14.  1914  First  appt.; 
1916  Instr.  Philosophy — 

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Homer  St.  Clair  Pace, 

C.  P.  A.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  07.  Prof.  Commercial 
Pharm. — 

Charles  Packard, 

B.  S.  Syracuse  07;  M.  S.  08.    1910  Asst.  Zool.— 

Curtis  Hidden  Page, 

A.  B.  Harvard  90;  A.  M.  91;  Ph.  D.  94.  1895 
First  appt.;  1908  Prof.  Romance  Langs,  and 
Lits.;  Res.  1909. 

Harry  McMahon  Painter, 

M.  D.  88;   A.   B.  Yale  84;   Ph.  B.   85.      1904 
Prof.  Clin.  Obstetrics- 
Harry  Victor  Emmanuel  Palmblad, 

A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  07.  1912  Instr.  Germanic 
Langs.:  Ret.  1914. 

Alwin  Max  Pappenheimer, 

M.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Harvard  98.  1908  First  appt.; 
1914  Asst.  Prof.  Pathol. — 

Harold  Ensign  Bennet  Pardee, 

M.  D.  09;  A.  B.  06.     1913  Instr.  Physiology— 

Edwards  Albert  Park, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Yale  00.  1909  First  appt.; 
1911  Dis.  of  Children  and  Asst.  Med.:  Res. 
1912. 

Alexander  Forbes  Parker, 

A.  B.  88.     1889  Asst.  Physics,  Died  1889. 

Charles  Thorndike  Parker, 

M.  D.  87.  1889  Asst.  Demonstr.  Anat.;  Ret. 
1890;  1892  Asst.  Operative  Surg.,  Ret.  1900. 

George  Sims  Parker, 

E.  E.  Syracuse  14.     1914  Asst.  E.  E.— 


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OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Herschel  Clifford  Parker, 

Ph.  B.  90.  .1891  First  appt.;  1906  Adj.  Prof. 
Physics;  Res.  1911. 

Orthy  Bradley  Parker, 

E.  M.  88.  1889  First  appt.;  1891  Asst.  Metal- 
lurgy; Died  1891. 

Willard  Parker, 

A.  B.  Cambridge  Coll.  26;  M.  D.  30.  1860 
Prof.  Surg.;  70  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.;  Enter.  81; 
Died  1884. 

William  Belmont  Parker, 

A.  B.  Harvard  97.  1905  Lect.  English;  Ret. 
1908. 

John  Waring  Parks, 

LL  B.,  02;  A.  B.  98.  1909  Lect.  Law;  Res. 
1910;  Died  1910. 

Harry  Lilienthal  Parr, 

Mech.  E.  04;  A.  B.  02.  1905  (Feb.)  Asst. 
Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1906;  1907  Instr.  Mech.  Eng.; 
1911  Asst.  Prof.  Mech.  Eng.— 

Elsie  Clews  Parsons  (Mrs  Herbert 
Parsons), 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  96;  A.  M.  97.  1902  Lect. 
Sociology;   Res.   1905. 

Harry  de  Berkeley  Parsons, 

A.  B.  82;  B.  S.  and  E.  M.  Stevens  84.  1911 
Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1911. 

Isaac  Dayton  Parsons, 

E.  E.  01.     1901  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.;  Died  1902. 

Harold   Philip   Partenheimer, 

A.  B.  Amherst  13.     1915  Asst.  Chem. — 

Edward  Easell  Partridge, 

M.  D.  75:  A.  M.  (Hon.)  Williams  80.  1888 
Lect  Obstetrics;  Ret.  1889;  1892  Adj.  Prof. 
Obstetrics;  Res.  1893. 

William  T.   Partridge, 

1897  Lect.  Architecture;  Res.  1903. 

Frank  Allen  Patterson, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Syracuse  04.  1912 
First  appt.;    1914  Asst.   Prof.   English — 

Henry  Stuart  Patterson, 

M.  D.  00;  A.  B.  Williams  96.  1903  Asst.  Clin. 
Path.;  Ret.  1905;  1904  Tutor  Mat.  Med.  and 
Therapeutics;  06  Instr.;  1908  Assoc.  Appl. 
Therapeutics;   1913  Asst.  Prof.- Clin.   Med. — 

William  Morrison  Patterson, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  B.  Vanderbilt  99.  1916  Instr. 
English — 

Frederick  Clark  Paulmier, 

Ph.  D.  00;  B.  S.  Princeton  94;  M.  S.  96.  1899 
Asst.  Zool,;  Res.  (Jan.)   1901;  Died  1906. 

Richard  Henry  Paynter, 

A.  M.  13;  A.  B.  12.     1916  Asst.  Psychology— 

George  Livingston  Peabody, 

M.  D.  73;  A.  B.  70;  A.  M.  73.  1884  l^irst 
appt.;  1887  Prof.  Mat.  Medica  and  Therapeu- 
tics; Res.  1903;   1884  Trustee;  Res.  1899. 

Charles  Chester  Pearce, 

A.  B.  Wisconsin  09.  1913  (Dec.)Asst.  Politics; 
Ret.  1914. 


Stephen  Austen  Pearce, 

Mus  Bac.  Oxford  59;  Mus.  Doc.  64.  1878 
Instr.  Vocal  Music,  Ret.  1879. 

Henry  Carr  Pearson, 

A.  B.  Harvard  92.  1903  Principal  Horace  Mann 
School  (T.  O— 

Charles  Howard  Peck, 

M.  D.  92.  1900  Asst.  Instr.  Operative  Surg.; 
04  Instr.  Surg.;  Res.  1906;  1908  Assoc.  Clin. 
Surg.;  1909  Asst.  Prof.;  1910  Prof.  Clin. 
Surg. — • 

Florence  E.  Peck, 

1914  (Feb.)   Registrar   (T.  C.)— 

Harry  Thurston  Peck, 

A.  M.  82;  A.  B.  81;  L.  H.  D.  84;  LL.  D.  04; 
Ph.  D.  Cumberland  83;  LL.  D.  Alfred  03.  1882 
First  appt.;  1888  Prof.  Latin  Lang,  and  Lit.; 
1904  Anthon  Prof.;  Ret.  1910;  Died  1914. 

William  Guy  Peck, 

Ph.  D.;  U.  S.  M.  A.  44;  A.  M.  Trinity  (Ct.) 
53;  LL.  D.  63.  1857  Adj.  Prof.  Math.;  59 
Prof.  Pure  Math.;  61  Prof.  Math,  and  Astron-. 
omy;  90  Prof.  Higher  Math,  and  Astron.;  Died 
1892. 

George  W.  Peckham,  Jr., 

A.  B.  Wisconsin  06.  1913  First  appt.;  1914 
Lect.  Philos. — 

Victor  Cox  Pederson, 

M.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Trinity  91;  A.  M.  96.  1900 
Asst.  Demonstr.  Anat.;  Ret.  1901. 

Robert  Peele, 

E.  M.  83.  1892  First  appt.;  1904  Prof.  Min- 
ing— 

George  Braxton  Pegram, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Trinity  (N.  C.)  95.  1900 
First  appt;  1916  Prof.  Physics — 

Charles  Ernest  Pellew, 

E.  M.  84.  1889  First  appt.;  1897  Asst.  Prof. 
Chem.,  Res.  1911. 

Albrecht  F.  K.  Penck, 

Ph.  D.;  Privy  Councillor  and  Prof.  Geography 
and  Dir.  Geographical  Inst,  at  Univ.  of  Ber- 
lin—1908-09  Kaiser  Willielm  Prof.  German 
History  and  Institutions;  Ret.  1909. 

Eeon  Evans  Pender, 

A.  B.  trinity  (N.  C.)  07;  A.  M.  08.  1903 
Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1911. 

Frank  E.  Pendleton, 

Mich.   E.   1900.     Asst.   Mech.   Eng.,  Ret.   1902. 

Andrez  Perez, 

1915  Lect.  Spanish;  Ret.  1916. 

Annina  Periam, 

Ph.  D.  06;  A.  M.  01;  A.  B.  Woman's  Coll.  of 
Balto.  98.  1903  First  appt.  1905  Tutor  Ger- 
manic Langs,  and  Lits. ;  Res.  1907. 

Thomas  S.  Perkins, 

Ph.  B.  88.     1888  Asst.  Geol.;  Res.  1889. 

William  A.  Perlzweig, 

Ph.  D.  16;  B.  S.  13;  A.  M.  14.  1913  Asst. 
Biol.  Chem.;  Ret.  1916. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


63 


Jean  Perrm, 

Prof.  Physical  Chem.  Univ.  Paris.  1913  (Mar.) 
Visiting  French  Prof.;  Ret.  1913. 

Harold  Perrine, 

A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  08;  C.  E.  U.  1910  Asst. 
Civil  'Eng.—Res.  1913. 

Edward  Delavan  Perry, 

A.  B.  75;  LL.  D.  04;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.  Tubin- 
gen 79.  1880  First  appt;  1891  Prof.  Sanskrit; 
95  Jay  Prof.  Greek— Dean  Fac.  Phil.  1902; 
Res.  1909. 

John  Punnett  Peters,  Jr., 

M.  D.  13;  A.  B.  Yale  08.  1916  Instr.  Clin. 
Med.— 

William  Henry  Gustave  Peters, 

1900  Asst.  Bursar  (Medical  School) ;  Died  1906. 

E.  L.  Petersen, 

1883  Asst.  Nat.  Hist;;  Died  1887. 

Frederick  Peterson, 

M.  D.  Buffalo  79;  Ph.  D.  (Hon.)  Niagara  93. 
1897  First  appt.;  1907  Prof.  Psychiatry;  Res. 
1914. 

Robert  Davison  Petty, 

LL.  B.  85;  A.  B.  Princeton  82;  A.  M.  86.  1885 
First  appt.;  1890  Prof.  Private  Law;  Res.  1891. 

George  Adam  Pfeiffer, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  M.  11;  M.  E.  Stevens  10.  1911 
Asst.  Math.;  Ret.   1914. 

Joseph  Clement  Pfister, 

A.  M.  90;  A.  B.  89.  1890  First  appt.;  1905 
Asst.  Prof.  Meclianics;  Res.  1911. 

Gouverneur  Morris  Phelps, 

M.  D.  07;  B.  S.  Harvard  02.     1913  Asst.  Surg.— 

Otto  Carl  Pickhardt, 

M.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Yale  08.  1914  Asst.  Anat. 
Ret.  1916. 

Reginald  James  Seymour  Pigott, 

Mech.  E.  06.  1912  Asst.  Prof.  Steam  Engineer- 
ing; Ret.  1913. 

Frank  Henry  Pike, 

A.  B.  Indiana  1903;  Ph.  D.  Chicago  07.  1911 
First  appt.;   1916  Assoc.  Prof.  Physiol. — 

Walter  Bowers  Pillsbury, 

A.  B.  Nebraska  92;  Ph.  D.  Cornell  96.  1908 
Lect.      (non-res.)    Psychology;    Ret.    1909. 

William  Pistor, 

E.  M.  68.  1871  First  appt;  1877  Instr.  Draw- 
ing; Res.  1881. 

Walter  Boughton  Pitkin, 

A.  B.  Univ.  of  Mich.  00.  1905  Lect.'  Philos.; 
1906  Tutor;  Res.  (Feb.),  1907;  1909  Lect. 
Philos.;  1911  Assoc;  1912  Assoc.  Prof.  Philos. — 

Harold  Henry  Plough, 

•  A.    M.    15;    A.    B.    Amherst    13.     1915    Asst. 
Zoology;  Ret.  1916. 

John  Franklin  Plummer,  Jr., 

A.  B.  Yale  91.  1896  Asst.  Secretary  of  the 
University;  Res.  (Dec.)   1899. 


Albert  Theodore  Poffenberger,  Jr., 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  M.  10;  A.  B.  Bucknell  09.  1910 
First  appt.;  1912  Lect.  Psychol.  Instr.  Psycho- 
logy— 

David  Henry  Pollard, 

A.  B.,  00.     1900  Asst.  Math.;  Res.  1903. 

Sir  Frederick  Pollock, 

LL.  D.;  D.  C.  L.  1911-12  Lecturer  on  Carpen- 
tier  Foundation;  Ret.  1912. 

Cyrus  Hurlburt  Pomeroy, 

1898  Bursar  of  Teachers  College— 

L.  R.  Pomeroy, 

1911  (Feb.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  (June)  1911. 

Eugene  Hillhouse  Pool, 

M.  D.  99;  A.  B.  Harvard  95.     1901  First  appt.; 

1915  Prof.    Clin.    Surg.— 

Charles  Lane  Poor, 

B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  86;  M.  S.  90;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  92.  1903  First  appt.;  1904;  Prof. 
Celestial  Meclianics — 

Charles  Talbot  Poore, 

M.  D.  66;  A.  M.  (Hon.)  Williams  91.  1898 
First  appt.;  1908  Assoc.  Clin.  Surg.;  Died  1911. 

Frederick  John   Pope, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  M.  Queen's  91.  1899  Asst. 
Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  1900. 

John  Russell  Pope, 

Ph.  B.  94.  1905  Assoc.  Dir.  Atelier;  Res. 
1907. 

William  Popper, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  96;  A.  M.  97.  1903  Gottheil 
Lect.  Semitic  Langs.,  Ret.   1905. 

Henry  Hobart  Porter,  Jr., 

E.  M.  86.     1886  Asst.  Geol.;  Ret.  1887. 

Plolbrook  Fitz-John  Porter, 

Mech.  E.  Lehigh  78.  1886  Supt.  Build,  and 
Grounds;  Ret.   1890. 

Allen  Wilson  Porterfield, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  West  Virginia  01;  A.  M.  02. 
1907  First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  CJermanic  Langs, 
and  Lits. — ■ 

Edward  Rudolph  Posner, 

M.  D.  03.  1904  Tutor  Physiol.  Chem,;  Ret. 
1905. 

Wright  Post, 

M.  D.  (Hon.)  14.  1793  Prot  Anat.;  Ret. 
1813;  Pres.  Coll.  Phvs.  and  Surg.,  1822-6; 
1816  Trustee;  Res.  1828. 

Nathaniel  Bowditch  Potter, 

A.  B.  Harvard  90;  M.  D.  96.     1901  First  appt.; 

1916  Prof.   Clin.   Med.— 

William  Appleton  Potter, 

1864  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1865. 

William  Bleecker  Potter, 

E.  M.;  A.  M.  69;  A.  B.  66;  Sc.  D.  1904.  1869 
Asst.  Geol.;  Ret.  1871. 

Emery  Pottle, 

A.  B.  Amherst  99.  1905  Lect.-  English;  Ret. 
1906. 


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OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Chilton  Latham  Powell, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  Amherst  07;  A.  M. 
08.     1912  Instr.  English— 

Thomas  Reed  Powell, 

Ph.  D.  13;  A.  B.  Vermont  00;  LL.  B.  Harvard 

04.  1907  Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1908;  1911  Lect. 
Public  Law;  1912  Assoc.  Law;  Assoc.  Prof. 
Constitutional    Law. 

Henry  Power, 

M.  D.  91.  1893  Asst.  Normal  Histology; 
Ret.   1895. 

Juliet  Stuart  Poyntz   [Points], 

A.  M.,  10;  A.  B.  07.  1909  Asst.  Hist.;  Ret. 
1910;  1912  Asst.  Hist.;  Ret.  1914. 

Isabella  L,ouise  Pratt, 

1899   Recorder  of  Teachers   College — 

Alfred  Carlyle  Prentice,. 

M.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Alfred  97;  A.  M.  98.  1906 
Asst.  Surg.;  Res.   (Dec.)   1908. 

George  B.  Preston, 

Mech.  E.  Cornell  88;  M.  M.  E.  97.  1913  Asst. 
Prof.  Mech.  Eng. — 

A.  Ira  Prettyman, 

1909    Tutor    Phys.    Educ;    Ret.    1910. 

Virgil  Prettyman, 

A.  B.  Dickinson  92;  A.  M.  95;  Ph.  D.   (Hon.) 

05.  1895  Principal  Horace  Mann  High  School 
with  ranlt  of  Asst.  Prof.  (T.  C.)— 

Maurice  Prevot, 

Diplome  Ecole  des  Beaux  Arts  00.  1910  Assoc. 
Arch. — 

Thomas  Randolph  Price, 

A.  M.  Virginia  58;  LL.  D.  Randolph-Macon  77. 
1882  Prof.  English  Lang,  and  Lit.;  Died  1903. 

Frederick  Prime, 

A.  M.  68;  A.  B.  65;  Ph.  D.  Lafayette  81.  1869 
Asst.   Assaying;    Ret.    1870. 

Frederick  Prime,  Jr., 

B.  S.  Pennsylvania  02;  M.  D.  05.  1913  First 
appt.     1915  Assoc.  Cancer  Research — 

John  Dyneley  Prince, 

A.  B.,  88;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  92.  1902 
Prof.  Semitic  Langs.;  1915  Prof.  Slavonic 
Langs. — 

John  Norman  Pring, 

B.  S.  Victoria  Univ.  (Eng.)  1904;  M.  S.  1906. 
1906  Asst.  Electro-Chem. ;  Ret.  1907. 

Charles  Ignatius  Proben, 

M.  D.  90;  Ph.  G.,  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  83.  1904 
Instr.   Gynascology — ■ 

Francis  Adolphe  Provot, 

C.  E.  93.  1893  Asst.  Drawing;  Res.  1894;  1896 
Asst.  Math.;  Res.  (Jan.)  1897. 

Theophile  Mitchell  Prudden, 

B.  S.  Yale  72;  M.  D.  75;  LL.  D.  96.  1879 
First  appt;  1892  Prof.  Pathol.;  Res.  1908; 
Emer.  1909 — 

James  Williamson  Pryor, 

A.  B.  78;  LL.  B.  81.  1880  Tutor  Math.;  Res. 
1882. 


Hugh  Wiley  Puckett, 

A.  B.  Southern  Univ.  05;  M.  A.  Tulane  07;  A. 
M.  Harvard  13;  Ph.  D.  Munich  14.  1916  Lect. 
Germanic  Langs. — 

Percy  Withers  Punnett, 

Ph.  D.  15;  A.  M.  12;  B.  S.  Rochester  11.  1913 
Asst.  Chem.;  Ret.  1914. 

Michael  Idvorsky  Pupin, 

A.  B.  83;  Sc.  D.  04;  Ph.  D.  Berlin  89;  LL.  D. 
Johns  Hopkins  15.  1889  First  appt.;  1901  Prof. 
Electro-Mechanics — 

Charles  Russell  Lowell  Putnam, 

M.  D.  Harvard  95.  1904  First  appt.;  1905  Dem- 
onstratr.  Anat.;  Ret.  1911. 

Mrs.  Emily  James  Putnam  (Smith), 

A.  B.  Bryn  Mawr  89.  1894  First  appt.;  1914 
Assoc.  Hist. — 

Harrington  Putnam, 

LL.  B.  76;  A.  B.  Colby  70;  LL.  D.  06.  1890 
Lect.  Proceedings  in  Rem.;  Ret.  1891. 

Wellington  Putnam, 

1808  Lect.  Rhet.  and  Eng.  Comp.;  Eloc;  Res. 
1901. 

112 

Q 

John  Duncan  Quaickenbos, 

M.  D.  71;  A.  B.  68;  A.  M.  71.  1870  First  appt.; 
1891  Prof.  Rhet.;  Emer.   1894 — 

Augustine  Leo  Jean  Queneau, 

A.  M.  02;  E.  M.  01;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  97. 
1901  Tutor  Metallurgy;   Res.   (Apr.)    1902. 


R 

Ruth  W.  Raeder, 

1912  Asst.  Geol.— 

Morris  Abel  Raines, 

B.  S.  IS.     1916  Research  Asst.  Botany. — 

Lawrence  Frederick  Rainsford, 

M.  p.  09;  A.  B.  Harvard  04.     1914  First  appt.; 
1915  Instr.  Med.— 

Charles  William  Ramsdell, 

A.  B.  Texas  03;  A.  M.  04.     1905  Asst.  Hist.; 
Ret.  1906. 

Edwin  George  Ramsdell, 

M.  D.  08;  A.  B.  05.     1912  Instr.  Surg.— 

Frederick  Vernon  Rand, 

B.  S.  Vermont  08;  M.  S.   11.     1913  Asst.  Bot- 
any; Ret.  1914. 

Charles  Cook  Ransom, 

M.    D.    Buffalo    83.     1909   Assoc.    Clin.    Med.; 
Died  1910. 

Charles  Lee  Raper, 

Ph.    D.    02;    A.   B.   Trinity    (N.   C.)    92.     1900 
Lect.  Hist.,  Res.   1901. 

Ethel  Rather, 

A.   B.   Texas  02;  A.   M.   03;   Ph.  D.  Yale  08. 
1911  Dir.  Women's  Religious  Work;  Ret.  1912. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


65 


Karl  F.  Th.  Rathgen, 

Prof.  Pol.  Econ.  Colonial  Inst!,  Hamburg. 
1913  (Apr.)  Kaiser  Wilhelm  Prof.;  Ret.  1914. 

Elijah  D.  Rattoone, 

S.  T.  D.  1792  Prof.  Greek  and  Lat.  Langs.; 
Res.  1797. 

Walter  Rautenstrauch, 

B.  S.  Missouri  02;  M.  S.  Maine  03.  1906  First 
appt.;  1908  Prof.  Mech.  Eng.— 

Lefroy  Ravenhill, 

M.  D.  49;  A.  B.  45;  A.  M.  49.  1847  Librarian; 
Died  1851. 

Frederick  Ray, 

1911  (Feb.)  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  (June) 
1911. 

Robert  Matthew  Raymond, 

E.  M.  89;  A.  B.  New  Brunswick  77.  1916 
(Feb.)   Prof.  Mining— 

Thomas  Thornton  Read, 

Ph.  D.  06;  E.  M.,02.     1905  Asst.   Mineralogy; 
-    Ret.  1906. 

Harry  Wilfred  Reddick, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Indiana  04;  A.  M.  Illinois  06. 
1907  First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Math.;  Res.  1915. 

Henry  Stephen  Redfield, 

A.  B.  Amherst  77;  A.  M.  87;  LL.  D.  01.  1901 
Nash.  Prof.  Law — 

Margaret  [A.]  Reed, 

A.  B.  Woman's  Coll.  Baltimore  01.  1905  First 
appt.     1906  Tutor  Zool.;  Res.  1909. 

John  Krom  Rees, 

Ph.  D.  94;  A.  B.  72;  A.  M.  75;  E.  M.  75.  1873 
Asst  Math.;  Res.  1876';  1881  Instr.  Geodesy. 
82;  Adj.  Prof.  Geodesy  aad  Pract.  Astron. 
1884;  Prof.  Geodesy,  Pract.  Astron.,  1892; 
Prof.  Astron.  1904;  Rutherfurd  Prof.,  Emer. 
1906;  Died  1907. 

Alfred  Gandy  Reeves,  , 

LL.  B.  87;  A.  B.  Princeton  84;  A.  M.  87. 
1887  First  appt.;  1890  Lect.  Municipal  Law; 
Ret.  1891. 

James  S.  Reid, 

Litt.  D.  1910  (Feb.)  Lect.  (non-res.)  Classi- 
cal Philology;   Ret.    1910. 

Marie  Reimer, 

Ph.  D.  Bryn  Mawr  04.  1903  First  appt.;  1910 
Assoc.  Prof.  Chero.— 

Paul  S.  Reinsch, 

A.  B.  Wisconsin  94;  Ph.  D.  98.  1910  (Apl.) 
Roosevelt  Prof.;  Ret.  1912. 

H.  G.  Reist, 

1910  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  (Feb.)   1910. 

Alfred  Ernst  Rejall, 

AM.  07;  A.  B.  06.  K12  Asst.  Psychol.;  Res. 
(Feb.)  1914. 

Arthur  Frank  Joseph  Remy, 

Ph.  D.  01;  A,  M.  97;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  90. 
1899  First  appt.;  1914  Assoc.  Prof.  Germanic 
Philology — 

James  Renwick, 

A  M.  10;  A.  B.  07;  LL.  D.  29.  1820  Prof. 
Natural  and  Experimental  Philos.  and  Chem.; 
Emer.  53;  1817  Trustee;  Ret.  1820.     Died  1863. 

(3) 


Mark  Seth  Reuben, 

M.  D.  06:  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  02.  1913  Asst. 
Dis.   Child.— 

Grace  Potter  Reynolds, 

A.  M.  OS;  A.  B.  Smith  04.  1906  Asst.  Chem.; 
Res.  1908. 

Jackson  Eli  Reynolds, 

LL.  B.  99;  A.  B.  Stanford  96.  1903  Lect.  Law; 
Res.   1906;   1910  Assoc.  Prof.  Law;  Res.   1916. 

James  Bronson  Reynolds, 

A.  B.  Yale  84;  B.  D.  88.  1894  Asst.  Sociology; 
Ret.  1895. 

Walter  Seymour  Reynolds, 

M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  92.  1906  Instr.  Genito- 
urinary Dis.;  Res.  1912. 

Wythe  Mumford  Rhett, 

M.  D.  13:  B.  S.  Virginia  Military  Inst'.  09. 
1916  (Jan.)  Instr.  Pharmacology — 

David  Edgar  Rice, 

Ph.  D.  1912;  A.  B.  Gettysburg  96;  A.  M.  99. 
1908  (Dec.)  Asst.  Philos.,  Psychol.;  Res.  1910. 

Isaac  Leopold  Rice, 

LL.  B.  80.  1882  Asst.  Libr.  Law  School;  83 
Lecturer  Pol.  Sci.;  84  Instr.;  Ret.  1887. 

R.  H.  Rice, 

1910  Lect.  Mech.   Eng.;  Ret.   (Feb.)   1911. 

Ernst  D.  Richard, 

Pd.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  94.  1903  Lect.  Hist,  of 
German  Civilization;  Died  1914. 

Annabella  Elliott  Richards, 

A.  B.  Bryn  Mawr  07.  1911  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1912. 

Alfred  Newton  Richards, 

Ph.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Yale  97;  A.  M.  99.  1898  First 
appt.;    1904  Instr.   Pharmacology;  Res.    1908. 

Charles  Russell  Richards, 

B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  85.  1898  Prof.  Manual 
Training  (T.  C);  Res.  1908. 

George  Richards, 

LL.  B.  76;  A.  B.  Yale  72;  A.  M.  93.  1892 
Lect.  Insurance;  Ret.   1894. 

Herbert  Maule  Richards, 

B.  S.  Harvard  91;  Sc.  D.  95.     1896  First  appt.; 
1906  Prof.  Botany- 
John  S.  Richards, 

M.  D.  Louisville  (Ky.)  03;  M.  D.  Bellevue  07. 
1916  Psychiatry — 

Joseph  W.  Richards, 

1903  Lect.  Metallurgy;  Ret.  1904. 

Mrs.  Marion  E.  Latham  Richards, 

A.  M.  05;  A.  B.  03.  1905  First  appt.;  1915 
Lect.  Botany — 

Pierre  de  Peyster  Ricketts, 

Ph.  D.  76;  E.  M.  71.  1871  First  appt.;  1885 
Prof.  Assaying;  93  Anal.  Chem.  and  Assaying; 
Res.  1900. 

C.  Oscar  Riedel, 

1914  (May)  Instr.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  (Sept.) 
1914. 


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OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Rmil  Justus  Riederer, 

B.  S.  97.      1898  Asst.  Anal.  Chcm.;  Ret.   1899. 

Heinrich  Ries, 

Ph.  D.  96;  Ph.  B.  92;  A.  M.  94.  1897  (Jan.) 
Asst.  Mineralogy;  Ret.  (June)  1897. 

Eciwin  A.  Riesenfeld, 

M.  D.  Buffalo  03.  1913  Asst.  Dis,  Child.;  Ret. 
1915. 

Austen  Fox  Riggs, 

M.  D.,  02;  A.  B.  Harvard  98.  1904  Asst. 
Pathol.;  Ret.  1905;  1906  Asst.  Med.;  Res.  1908. 

Henry  Alsop  Riley,' 

M.  D.  12;  A.  M.  12;  A.  B.  Yale  08.  1914  First 
appt.;  1915  Instr.  Neurology — 

Ralph  Curtis  Ringwalt, 

A.  B.  Harvard  95;  LL.  B.  01.  1895  Asst.  Rhet.; 
Ret.  ia98;  1901  Lect.  Public  Speaking;  Ret. 
1904;  1907  (Feb.)  Tutor  English;  Ret.  (June) 
1907. 

Fritz  Rintelen, 

1866  Asst.  Gen.  Chem.;  Ret.  1867. 

William  Zebina  Ripley, 

Ph.  D.  93;  A.  M.  92;  B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech. 

90.  1893  Lect.  Physical  Geography  and  An- 
thropology, Sociology;  Res.  (Dec.)  1901;  1915 
Lect.  Economics;  Ret,  1916. 

Frank  Humphrey  Ristine, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Wabash  05;  A.  M. 
06.      1911  Instr.  English;  Ret.   1912. 

Joseph  Fels  Ritt, 

A.  B.  George  Washington  13.  1916  Asst. 
Math. — 

William  Lispenard  Robb, 

A.  B.  80;  Ph.  D.  Berlin  83;  LL.  D.  Trinity  02. 
1884  Fellow,  Asst.  Math.;  Res.  1885. 

Wilford  Lash  Robbins, 

A.  B.  Amherst  81;  A.  M.  84;  B.  D.  Cambridge 
87;  D.  D.  St.  Stephens  91;  Amherst  03.  1903 
Dean,  General  Theol.  Sem.,  with  seat  in  Univ. 
Council — 

Gracie  Sayre  Roberts, 

C.  E.;  E.  M.  71.  1874  Asst.  Eng.,  Drawing; 
Ret.  1877;  Died  1898. 

Edward  Van  Dyke  Robinson, 

A.  B.  Michigan  90;  A.  M.  91;  Ph.  D.  Leipzig 

91.  1915  Prof.  Economics;  Died  1915. 

James  Harvey  Robinson, 

A.  B.  Harvard  87;  A.  M.  88;  Ph.  D.  Freiburg 
90.     1895  Prof.  History — 

Bertha  L.  Rockwell, 

1911  Librarian  of  Barnard  College — 

William  Ha'yden  Rockwell,  Jr., 

M.  D.  92;  A.  B.  Yale  89.  1896  Asst.  Demonstr. 
Anat.;  Ret.  1901. 

Robert  Everett  Rockwood, 

A.  B.  Clark  05;  A.  M.  Harvard  15.  1916  Instr. 
French — 

Austin  Flint  Rogers, 

Ph.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Kansas  99;  A.  M.  00.  1902 
Tutor  Mineralogy;  Res.  1905. 


Gaillard  Sherburne  Rogers, 

Ph  D.  11;  A.  B.  08;  A.  M.  09.  1908  Asst. 
Mineralogy;  Ret.  1911. 

James  Dennison  Rogers, 

Ph.  D.  94;  A.  M.  93;  A.  B.  Hamilton  89.  1896 
First  appt.;   1900  Lect.  Greek;  Res.  1903. 

John  Rogers,  Jr., 

M.  D.  91;  A.  B.  Yale  87;  Ph.  B.  88,  1895 
Asst.  Demonstr.  Anat.;  Res.  (Jan.)  1896. 

John  R.  B.  Rogers, 

M.  D.      1792  Prof.  Midwifery;RM.   1808. 

Oscar  H.  Rogers, 

M.  D.  83;  C.  E.  Union  77.  1911  Lect.  Life 
Insurance  Exam. — 

George  L.  Rohdenberg, 

M.  D.  05.     1913  Asst.  Cancer  Research — 

Daniel  G.  Rollins, 

LL.   D.      1890   Lect.   Wills;   Ret.   1891. 

Nicholas  Romayne, 

(Entered  1774);  M.  D.  Edinburgh  1780.  1785 

Prof.    Pract.    of    Medicine;    Res.    1787;  1791 

Lect.;  Ret.  1792;  1784  Regent  of  Univ.;  1787 
Trustee;  Res.  1793. 

Ogden  Nicholas  Rood, 

A.  B.  Princeton  52;  LL.  D.  Yale  01.  1863 
Prof.  Mechanics,  Physics;  Died  1902. 

James  West  Roosevelt, 

M.  D.   80:      1886  Clin.  Lect.  Med.;  Died  1896. 

Edward  Walstein  Root, 

A.  B.  Hamilton  62.  1865  Asst.  AnUl.  Chem.; 
Ret.  1868. 

Anton  R.  Rose, 

B.  S.  Minnesota  04.  1910  Asst.  Biol.  Chem.; 
Res.  1912. 

Mary  Davis  Swartz  Rose  (Mrs.  An- 
ton R.), 

B.  S.  06;  B.  L.  Denison  01;  Ph.  D.  Yale  09. 
1910  Asst.  Prof.  Household  Arts  (T.  C.) — 

Jacob  Rosenbloom, 

M.  D.  09;  Ph.  D.  09;  B.  S.  Western  Univ.  of 
Penn.  05.  1909  First  appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Biol 
Chem.;  Res.  1912. 

Bruno  Roselli, 

1915  Lect.  Italian- 
Frank  Aleicander  Ross, 

A.  M.  13.  1915  First  appt.;  1916  Instr.  Soci- 
ology— 

Louis  Rouillion, 

A.  M.  00;  B.  S.  Cornell  91.  1898  First  appt. 
(T.  C);  1903  Adj.  Manual  Training  (T.  C); 
Res.  (Mar.)'1906. 

Ralph  Stowell  Rounds, 

LL.  B.,  92;  A.  B.  Amherst,  87.  1B92  Led. 
Law;  Ret.  1895. 

Malcolm  M.  Ray, 

A.  B.  09.     1913  Sec.  appts.;  Res.  1914. 

Cornelius  Riibner, 

Mus.  Doc.  (Hon.)  George  Washiftgton  Coll. 
07.     1904  Prof.  Music— 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


67 


James  Earl  Russell, 


A.  B.  Cornell  87;  Ph.  D.  Leipzig  94;  LL.  D. 
Dickinson  03;  Colorado  OS;  McGill  09.  1897 
Barnard  Prof.  Educ.  (T.  C);  1B98  Dean 
Teachers  College — 

James  Isaac  Russell,  / 

M.  D.  01  ;A.  B.  Virginia  97.  1906  First  appt.; 
1908  Instr.  Clin.  Surg.;  Res.   1916. 

W.  D'a.  ,Ryan, 

1910  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1911. 

George  Hope  Ryder, 

M.  D.  99;  A.  B.  Yale  94;  1904  Instr.  Gyne- 
cology— 

99 

s 

Philip  Schieffelin  Sabine, 

M.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Princeton  94.  1900  Asst. 
Pathol.;  Res.   (Dec.)   1900. 

Thomas  Taunton  Sabine, 

M.  D.  64;  A.  B.  61:  A.  M.  64.  1866  First 
appt;  1879  Prof.  Anat;  Died  1888. 

Julius  Sachs; 

A.  M.  71;  A.  B.  67;  Ph.  D.  Rostock  71.  1902 
Prof.   Secondary  Educ.    (T.   C.) — 

Philo  Perry  Safford, 

-•      LL.    B.    88;    A.    B.    Oberlin    85.     1888    Prize 
Tutor  Law;  Ret.  1891. 

Ancel  St.  John, 

Ph.  B.  Rochester  06.  1909  Asst.  Physics;  Res. 
1910. 


William  Carl  Ruediger, 

Ph.  D.  07;  Ph.  B.  Wisconsin  99;  Ph.  M.  03. 
1906  Asst.  Psychol.;  Ret.   1907. 

Henry  Alford  Ruger, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Beloit  College  95;  A.  M. 
Chicago  05.  1903  Asst.  Psychol.;  Res.  1904; 
1910  Asst.  Prof,  Educ.  Psychol.  (T.  C.)— 

Carl  Runge, 

Sc.  D.  10;  Ph.  D.  Berlin  80.  Prof.  Appl. 
Math,    in    Univ.    of    Gottingen — .  1909-10    i 

Kaiser  Wilhelm  Prof.  German,  History  and  In- 
stitution..    Ret.   1910. 

Mary  Duncan  Runyan, 

1896  First  appt.  (T.  C.) ;  Prof.  Kindergarten 
(T.  C.)  97;  Died  190S. 

Edward  W.  Runyon, 

1909  Asst.  Sec'y.  Coll.  of  Phar.;  Res.  1915. 

Henry  Hurd  Rusby, 

M.  D.  University  Medical  Coll.  N.  Y.  84.  1904 
Prof.  Botany  and  Mat.  Medica,  Coll.  Pharma- 
cy— ;  Dean  Coll.  Pharmacy  1904—^  / 

Hester  Mary  Rusk, 

A.  B.  12.     1915  Asst.  Botany — 

George  Paulding  Russell, 

1915  Asst.  Chem. — 

Israel  Cook  Russell, 

B.  S.  and  C.  E.  New  York  University  72;  M.  S. 
95;  LL.  D.  96.     1875  Asst.  Geol.;  Ret.  1877. 


Fordyce  Barker  St.  John, 

M.  D.  09;  B.  S.  Princeton  OS.  1912  First 
appt.;  1913  Instr.  Anat. — 

Samuel  St.  John, 

M.  D.  57.  I860  Prof.  Chem.;  (Med.  Jurispru- 
dence added   1870).    Died   1876, 

Samuel  Benedict  St.  John, 

M.  D.  70;  A.  B.  Yale  66;  A.  M.  69.  1871 
Asst.  Demonstr.  Anat.;  Ret.  1872. 

Edward  McChesney  Salt, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Toronto  02;  A.  M.  03.  1909 
First  appt;    1912   Asst.   Prof..  Politics — 

Una  Bernard  Sait, 

Ph.  D.  14.  1914  (Apr.)  Asst.  Philos.;  Ret. 
1915. 

William  Salant, 

M.  D.  99;  B.  S,  Cornell  94,  1905  Asst.  Biol. 
Chem.;  Res.   1907. 

Albert  Jacob  Salathe, 

A.  B,  Colgate  10,  1911  Lab,  Asst,  Inorganic 
Chem,  Ret.  1912, 

Jesse  Fleet  Sammis, 

M,  D.  06;  A,  B,  Princeton  02,  1914  Asst. 
Dis,    Child. —  ^ 

Georgiana  Sandford, 

A.  B.  11.     1911  Asst.  Physics;  Res.  1912. 

Henry  Berton  Sands, 

M.  D.  54.  1860  Demonstr.  Anat.  (also  Cura- 
tor'Museum  60-67);  66  Lect.  67  Prof.  Anat.; 
79  Prof.  Pract.  Bf  Surg.;  Died  1888. 

Robert  Alfred  Sands, 

M.  D.  88;  A.  B.  Yale  85.  1891  Asst.  Demonstr. 
Anat.;  Res.   1895. 

Benjamin  Opputt  Satterwhite, 

A.  B.  Louisville  00;  A.  B.  Princeton  04,  1905 
Sec'y  of  Earl  Hall;  Ret.  1906, 

Truman  Laurance  Saunders, 

M.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Williams  00.  1907  First  appt.; 
1916  Asst.  Prof.  Laryngology  and  Otology — 

Watson  Lewis  Savage, 

A.  B.  Amherst  82;  A.  M.  85;  M.  D.  Long  Is- 
land Coll.  Hosp.  85.  ■  1897  First  appt.;  1898 
Director   Gymnasium;   Res.   1903. 

Marshall  Howard  Saville, 

1903  Loubat  Prof,  Amer.  Archjeology — 

Roger  Behm-Saylor, 

A.  B.  Lebanon  Valley  11.  1913  Asst.  Physics.; 
Res.  (Jan.)  1915. 

Adolphe  Monell  Sayre, 

A.  B.  Harvard  98."  1906  Asst.  English;  Res. 
(Feb.)  1908. 

Mortimer  Freeman  Sayre, 

E.  M.  07,     1907  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Ret.  1911. 

Edna  Rebecca  Scales, 

A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  09.  1909  (Apr.)  Asst.  Math.: 
Ret.  1910. 

Andrew  Jackson  Scarlett,  Jr., 

1914  First  appt.;  1915  Asst.  Chem.^ 


68 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


George  Scathard, 

A.  B.  Amherst  13.  1914  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1915. 

George  C.  Schaeffer, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  42;  M.  D.  elsewhere.  1839 
Librarian;  Res.  47;  Died  1847. 

William  Allen  Schench, 

E.  M.  12.     1915  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Ret.  1916. 

Emilius  William  Scherr,  Jr., 

A.  M.  98;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  96.  1899  Asst. 
Organic  Chem.;  Ret.   1900. 

Josef  Schick, 

Litt  D.  12;  Ph.  D.  Prof.  English  Philology  in 
Univ.  of  Munich — 1911  Kaiser  Wilhelm  Prof. 
Germ.  Hist,  and  Institutions;  Ret.  1912. 

Oscar  M.  Schloss, 

M.  D".  Johns  Hopkins  05.  1904  Asst.  Dis. 
Child.— 

Henry  Immanuel  Schmidt, 

D.  D.  Penn.  Coll.  Gettysburg  50;  S.  T.  D.. 
1847  Gebhard  Prof.  German  Lang,  and  Lit.; 
57  also  Anc.  Hist,  and  Geog.  and  Greek  and 
Roman  Antiq.;  Emer.  80;  Died  1889. 

Adam  Emil  Schmitt, 

M.  D.  95.  1902  First  appt.;  1908  Instr.  Surg.; 
Res.  (Oct.)   1912. 

Hermann  J.  Schmitz, 

A.  M.  Worcester  Univ.  75.  1893  Lect.  Ger- 
man; Ret.   1896. 

Carl  Albert  Schneider? 

E.  E.  04.     1905  Asst.  E'.ec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1906. 

Max  J.  Schoenberg, 

M.    D.    Bucharest    99.     1915    Ophthalmology — 

Frank  Charles  Schroeder, 

B.  S.  Wisconsin  07;  C.  E.  10;  1912  First  appt.; 
1913   Asst.    Prof.    Mechanics — 

Max  Schulman, 

M.  D.  05.  1909  First  appt.;  1910  Instr.  Appl. 
Therapeutics — • 

Hermann  von  Wechlinger, 

M.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Trinity  97.  1904  First  appt.; 
1912  Assoc.  Prof.  Anat. — 

Henry  Hermann  Louis  Schulze, 

A.  M.  OS;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  03.  1909  First 
appt.  1915  Asst.  Prof,  Germanic  Langs,  and 
Lits. — 

Hermann  A.  Schumacher, 

Ph.  D.  Jur.  D.  Jena  90;  Ordinary  Professor 
Polit.  Economy  Univ.  Bonn— 1906  Kaiser  Wil- 
helm Professor  Germ.  Hist,  and  Institutions, 
Ret.  1907. 

Charles  Henry  Schumann, 

C.  E.  88.     1891  Asst.  Engineering;  Ret.  1891. 

Joseph  Schumpeter, 

Jur,  D.  Prof.  Pol.  Ecom.  Univ.  Graz.  1913 
Visiting  Austrian  Prof^.;  .Ret.   1914. 

Robert  Livingston  Schuyler, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  03;  A.  M.  04.  1910  First 
appt.;   1911   Asst.  Prof.  Hist.— 


Frederick  William  Schwartz, 

Ph.  D.  11;  B.  S.  Rensselaer  Polytechic  Inst. 
05.     1910  Lab.  Asst.  Physical  Chem.;  Ret.  1911. 

Carl  Alois  Schwarze, 

A.  M.  11;  B.  S.  Missouri  09.  1911  Asst. 
Botany;  Ret.  1912. 

fjohann]  Paul  Schweitzer, 

Ph.  D.  GBttingen  69;  LL.  D.  Univ.  of  Missouri 
96.      1866  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1872. 

Otto  M.  Schwerdtfeger, 

M.  D.  Long  Island  98.     1909  Instr.  Clin.  Med.— 

Charles  Payson  Gurley  Scott, 

A.  B.  Lafayette  78;  A.  M.;  Ph.  D.  81.  1879 
Instr.  Anglo-Saxon;  Res.   1884. 

Ernest  Lyman  Scott, 

Ph.  D.  14;  B.  S.  Ohio  Wesleyan  02;  M.  S. 
Chicago  11.  1912  First  appt.;  1914  Assoc. 
Physiol. — ■ 

George  A.  Scott, 

B.  S.  Wisconsin  02.  1910  Asst.  Physics;  Ret 
1915. 

George  Winfield  Scott, 

A.  B.  Stamford  96;  LL.  B.  Pennsylvania  01; 
Ph.  D.  02.  1908  (Feb.)  First  appt.  1909;  Prof. 
International  Law;  Ret.   1910. 

James  Brown  Scott, 

A.  B.  Harvard  90;  ^.  M.  91;  J.  U.  D.  Heidel- 
berg 94.     1903  Prof.  Law;  Res.  1906. 

Guillaume  Alexandre  Scribner, 

B.  es  L.  L.  «s  D.  1884  Instr.' French;  Ret 
1889. 

Edward  W.  Scripture, 

A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  84;  Ph.  D.  Leipsic  91;  M.  D. 
Munich  06.  1909  (May)  First  appt;  1909 
(Dec)   Assoc.   Psychiatry — 

Henry  Rogers  Seager, 

Ph.  B.  Michigan  90;  Ph.  D.  Pennsylvania  94. 
1902  First  appt.;   1905  Prof.  Polit.  Economy— 

Edward  Constant  Seguin, 

M.  D.  64.  1869  First  appt.;  1874  Clin.  Prof. 
Dis.  Mind  and  Nerv.  Syst.;  Ret.  1887;  Died 
1898. 

Philipp  Seiberth, 

A.  M.  Indiana  98.  1903  First  appt.;  1905  Lect. 
Germanic  Langs,  and  Lits.;  Ret.  1906. 

Victor  Bayard  Seidler, 

M.  D.  12;  B.  S.  Brown  12.  1914  Asst.  Path.; 
Ret.  1916. 

Edwin  Robert  Anderson  Seligman, 

Ph.  D.  84;  A.  B.  79;  A.  M.  83;  LL.  B.,  84; 
LL.  D.  1904.  1885  First  appt.;  1891  McVickar 
Prof.  Polit.  Econ.— 

Robert  Senftner,, 

LL.  B.,  76.  1870  Secretary  School  of  Law;  91 
Registrar  of  same;  1894  position  discontinued; 
Died  1905. 

George  Francis  Sever, 

M.  S.  (Hon.)  05.  1893  First  appt.;  1908  Prof. 
Elec.    Eng.;    Ret.    1911. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY,  THE  TRUSTEES 


69 


VVillard  Lesly  Severinghaus, 

Ph.  D.  14;  A.  B.  'German  Wallace  Coll.  04; 
A.  M.  05.  1907  First  appt.;  1911  Instr. 
Physics — 

Frank  Houghton  Sewall, 

C.  E.  06;  A.  B,  02.  1906  Asst.  Civil  Eng.; 
Ret.    1907. 

Samuel  Swayze  Seward,  Jr., 

A.  M.  97;  A.  B.  96.  1897  Asst.  Literature; 
Ret.  1899. 

Frederick  G.  Shaeffer, 

S.  T.  D.     1830  Prof.  German  Lang.;  Died  1831. 

William  W.  Share, 

Ph.  D.  84;  Ph.  B.  81.  1881  Asst.  Physics;  Res. 
1S89. 

James  Clayton  Sharp, 

M.  D.  01.     1912  Instr.  Anat.— 

Walter  Robert  Shaw, 

A.  B.  Stanford  92;  A.  M.  94;  Ph.  D.  97.  1898 
Tutor  Botany;  Ret.  1899. 

Theodore  Leslie  Shear, 

A.  B.  New  York  Univ.  00;  A.  M.  03;  Ph.  D. 
Johns  Hopkins  04.  1906  First  appt.;  1910 
Assoc.  Classical  Philology — 

John  Sandford  Shearer, 

Prof.  Physics,  Cornell  Univ. —  B.  S.  Cornell 
93;  Ph.  D.  00.  1910  (Feb.)  Assoc.  Physics; 
Ret.  (June)   1910. 

Leander  Howard  Shearer, 

M.  D.  01;  A  B.  Princeton  97.  1903  First 
appt.;  1915  Instr.  Clin.  Med. — 

Carolyn  Sheldon, 

A.  B.  Smith   12.      1913  Asst.  Hist.;  Ret.   1915. 

Wilmon  Henry  Sheldon, 

A.  B.  Harvard  95;  A.  M:  96;  Pi.  D.  99.  1901 
First  appt.;   1903  Tutor  Philos.;  Res.   1905. 

Herbert  N.  Shenton, 

Ph.  B.  Dickinson  06;  A.  M.  09;  B.  D.  Drew  10. 
1912  First  appt.;  1915  Instr.  Sociology — 

William  Robert  Shepherd, 

Ph.  D.  96;  A.  B.  93;  A.  M.  94.  1896  First 
appt.;  1908  Prof.  Hist. — 

Frank  Dempster  Sherman, 

Ph.  B.  84.  1887  First  appt.;  1904  Prof.  Pra- 
phics — 

Henry  Clapp  Sherman, 

Ph.  D.  97;  A.  M.   96;   B.   S.  Maryland  Agric. 
;,  Coll.  93.      1897  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.   1898; 

1899  Lect.  Anal.  Chem.;  1907  Prof.  Organic 
Analysis  (1911)  Prof.  Food  Chem. — 

Ralph  H.  Sherry, 

A.  B.  Stanford  04;  A.  M.  05.  1909  Asst.  Metal- 
lurgy; Ret.  1910. 

Hervey  Woodburn  Shimer, 

Ph.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Lafayette  99;  A.  M.  01.  1901 
Asst.  Palaeontology;  Res.   1903. 

Paul  Shorey, 

Ph.  D.  — ;  Prof.  Greek,  Univ.  Chicago —  1912 
Roosevelt  Prof.  Am.  Hist,  and  Institutions, 
Univ.  Berlin;  Ret.  1914. 


Charles  Short, 

A.  B.  Harvard  46;  LL.  D.  Kenyon  68.  1868 
Prof.  Latin  Lang,  and  Lit.;  Died  1886. 

Henry  Alford  Short,      ' 

A.  B.  80;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  85.  1885 
First  appt.;  1887  Tutor  Latin;  Ret.  1888. 

James  Thomson  Shotwell, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Toronto  98.     1900  First  appt.; 
.  1908  Prof.  Hist. — 

Arthur  Melville  Shradv, 

M.  D.  93;  A.  B.  Princeton  90;  A.  M.  93.  1902 
First  appt.;  1908  Instr.  Hydrotherapy;  Res. 
1913. 

Aaron  Franklin  Shull, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Michigan  08.  1909  Asst. 
Zool.;  Res.  (Mar.)   1911. 

Walter  Shumway," 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  M.  13;  A.  B.  Amherst  11.  1914 
Asst.  Zoology;  Ret.  1915. 

Montgomery  Hunt  Sicard, 

M.  D.  98;  B.  S:  Princeton  94.  1911  Asst.  Clin. 
Obstetrics;  Ret.  1914. 

Lewis  Parker  Siceloff, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Central  College  00.  1906 
First  appt.;  1912  Asst.  Prof.  Math. — 

Cecilia  Minna  Sillcox, 

A.  M.  11;  A.  B.  08.  1909  Asst.  Chem.;  Ret. 
1911. 

Kenneth  Charles  Morton  Sills, 

A.  B.  Bowdoin  01;  A.  M.  Harvard  03.  1904 
First  appt.;  1905  Lect.  English;  Res.  (Oct.) 
1905. 

Lewis  Mann  Silver, 

A.  B.  Yale  82;  M.  D.  Bellevue  85.  1908  Asst. 
Dis.  of  Children — 

Mary  Kingsbury  Simkhovitch  (Mrs. 
Vladimir  G.  Simkhovitch), 

A.  B.  Boston  Univ.  90.  1907  Asst.  Prof.  Social 
Econ.;  Ret.  1910. 

Vladimir  Gr.  Simkhovitch, 

Ph.  D.  Halle  98.  1904  First  appt.;  1915  Prof. 
Economic  Hist. — 

Francis  May  Simonds, 

Ph.  D.  89;  E.  M.  87.  1888  Fellow,  Asst.  As- 
saying; Ret.   1891. 

Charles  Gamble  Simpson, 

A.  M.  13;  Ph.  B.  Cornell  Coll.  (Iowa)  95; 
A.  M.  02.  1912  (Feb.)  Assoc.  Mechanics;  Ret. 
1912. 

Walter  B.  Simpson, 

1909  Clerk,  Coll.  of  Phar.— 

William  Kelley  Simpson, 

M.  D.  80;  A.  B.  Cornell  76.  1898  First  appt.; 
1904  Prof.  Laryngology;  Died  1914. 

J.  Edw-in  Sinclair, 

A.  M.  07;  B.  S.  06.  1906  Asst.  Mineralogy 
(1907)  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  (Mar.)   1908. 

Maurice  Joseph  Sittenfield, 

M.  D.  Bellevue,  98.     1913  Instr.  Path.— 


70 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Dr.  Franz  Skaberne, 

Austrian  Cultus  Ministerium  (Vienna).  1914 
For.  Corresp.    (T.   C.)   for  Austria — 

William  Skarstrom, 

M.  D.  Harvard  01.  1903  Instr.  Physical  Educ; 
1912  (Mar.)  Asst.  Phys.  Educ;  Res.  (June) 
1912. 

Elmer  Skinner, 

C.  E.  91.    ,1892  Asst.  Engineering;  Ret.   1893. 

Henry  John  Skipp, 

A. -M.  10;  A.  B.  Denison  04.  1908  Asst.  Ger- 
manic Langs,  and  Lits.';  Ret.  1909. 

Charles  Conrad  Sleffel, 

1898  First  appt.  (T.  C).  1916  Asst.  Prof. 
Mech.  End.  (T.  C): 

Walter  Irvine  Slichter, 

E.   E.   96.     1910  Prof.   Elec.   Eng.— 

Thomas  O'Connor  Sloane,  Jr., 

E.  E.  03.     1903  Asst.  Elec.  Eng.  Ret.  1904. 

William  MilJigan  Sloane, 

A.  B.  68;  L.  H.  D.  87;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D. 
Leipsic  76;  LL.  D.  Rutgers  98;  Princeton  03; 
Union  12.  1896  First  appt.;  1911  Roosevelt 
Prof.  Berlin;i?e<.  (Sept.)  1916. 

Henry  Slonimsky, 

A.  M.  Ph.  D.;  Marburg  (Germ)  12.  1914 
Lect.  Philos.;  Ret.  1915. 

Edwin  Emery  Slosson, 

B.  S.  Kansas  90;  M.  S.  92;  Ph.  D.  Chicago  02. 
1912  Assoc.  Journalism — 

Steward  Slosson, 

A.  B.  OS.     1905  Asst.  English;  Ret.  1906. 

John  Kunkel  Small, 

Ph.   D.   95;   A.   B.   Franklin  and  Marshall   92. 
,  1895    Curator    Herbarium;    Res.    (Jan.)     1899; 
(Asst.  Curator  N.  Y.  Bot.  Garden — ) 

Julian  Chase  Smallwood, 

Mech.  E.  03.  1904  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res. 
(Nov.)  1905. 

James  Hudson  Smart, 

M.  D.  91;  B.  S.  Howard  Coll.  (Ala.)  87.  1892 
Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1893. 

Alexander  Simth, 

B.  S.  Edinburgh  86;  Ph.  D.  Munich  89.  1911 
Prof.  Chem.— 

Arthur  L.  Smith, 

M.  A.  Jowett  Fellow  and  Senior  Dean  of 
Balliol.  College,  Oxford.  190910  Lect.  on 
Carpentier  Foundation;  Ret.  1910. 

Charles  H^endee  Smith, 

M.  D.  01;  B.  S.  Cornell  97.  1903  First  appt.; 
1910  Instr.  Anat.  Ret.  1912;  1913  Instr.  Dis. 
Child.— 

Charles  Sprague  Smith, 

A.  B.  Amherst  74;  A.  M.  80;  1880  Instr. 
Italiaii^  and  Spanish,  also  Gebhard  Prof.  Ger- 
man, 82  Prof.  Mod.  Langs,  and  Foreign  Lits. 
86;  also  Lect.  Norman-French  90;  Prof.  Rom- 
ance Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res.  1891;  Died. 


Clayton  S.  Smith, 

B.  S.  Rutgers  09.  1910  Asst.  Biol.  Chem.;  1912 
Instr.;  Res.  1912. 

David  Eugene  Smith, 

Ph.  B.  Syracuse  81;  Ph.  M.  84;  Ph.  D.  87; 
LL.  D.  05;  M.  Pd.  Mich.  State  Normal  Coll. 
98.     1901   Prof.   Math.    (T.   C.)— 

Edward  R.  Smith,     , 

A.  B.  Amherst  76.  1895  Reference  Librarian 
Avery  Library;  Ret.  1916. 

Emily  James  Smith  (1,899,  Mrs.  Geo. 
Haven  Putnam), 

A.  B.  Bryn  Mawr  89.  1894  Dean  Barnard 
College;  Res.   1900. 

Emma  Peters  Smith, 

A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  Woman's  Coll.  of  Balto.  04. 
1911    Sec'y   for  Women  Grad.    Students — 

Francis  Pitt  Smith, 

Ph.  B.  88.     1897  Tutor  Gen.  Chem.;  Ret.  1898. 

George  Milton  Smith, 

M.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Yale  01.  1910  (Apr.)  Instr. 
Clin.  Surg.;  Res.   (Aug.)    1910. 

Harmon  Smith, 

M.    D.      1907    Instr.    Clin.    Laryngology;    Ret. 

1911. 

James  Smith, 

M.  D.1767  Prof.  Chem.  and  Mat.  Medica;  Ret. 
1770.     Coll.  P.  and  S.  Trustee  1807-11. 

Joseph  Mather  Smith, 

M.  D.  15.  I860  Prof.  Mat.  Medica  and  Clin. 
Med.  Coll.  P.  and  S.;  Prof.  Theory  and  Pract. 
Med.  1826-55;  Prof.  Mat.  Medica  and  Clin. 
Med.  1855-60);  Died  1866.  ' 

Lucian  Easter  Smith, 

B.  S.  01.     1911  Lect.  Arch.;  Res.  1912. 

Martin  De  Forest  Smith, 

M.  D.  12;  A.  B.  09.     1916  Asst.  Anal.— 

[Edmund]  Munroe  Smith, 

LL.  B.  77;  LL.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Amherst  74; 
A.  M.  80;  J.  U.  D.  GBttingen  80;  J.  D.  Louvain 
09.  1880  First  appt.;  1891  Prof.  Rom.  Law  and 
Comp.  Jurispr. — 

Norman  Kemp  Smith, 

Prof.  Princeton.      1913  Lect.  Phi'.os.;  Ret.  1914. 

Stevenson  Smith,  ■ 

A.  B.  Univ.  of  Pa.  04;  Ph.  D.  09.  1905  Asst. 
Psychol.;  Res.   (Apr.)    1906. 

Warren  Slocum  Smith, 

Ph.  D.  16;  A.  M.  13;  B.  S.  Washington  State 
12.      1913  Asst.  Geol.;  Ret.  1915. 

William  P.  Smith, 

M.  D.  1792  Lect.  Med.;  Re(.  1795;  1792  Prof. 
Mat.  Medica;  Died  1795. 

William  Roy  Smith, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Texas  97;  A.  M.  98.  1901 
Lect.   Hist.;   Ret.   1902. 

Young  Berryman  Smith, 

LL.  B.  12;  B.  S.  Georgia  09.  1916  Asst.  Prof. 
Law — 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


71 


David  Samuel  Snedden, 

Ph.  D.  07;  A.  M.  1901;  A.  B.  St.  Vincent's 
Coll.  90;  A.  B.  Stanford  97.  1906  Adj.  Prof. 
Educ.  Adminis.  (T.  C.)  Res.  (Dec.)  1909;  1916 
Prof.  Educ.   (T.  C.)— 

Grenville  Temple  Snelling, 

B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  82.  1889  First  appt.; 
1892  Instr.  Arch.;  Ret.  1907. 

Robert  Garfield  Snyder, 

M.  D.  Toroiito  04.  1910  First  appt;  1912  Instr. 
Clin.  Med.— 

Fred  Palmer  Solley, 

M.  D.  92;  A.  B.  Yale  88;  Ph.  B.  89.  1901 
First  appt.;   1905  Instr.  Med.;  Ret.  1910. 

Willard  Burr  Soper, 

M.  D.  08;  A.  B.  Yale  04.  1911  Asst.  Path.; 
Ret.   1913. 

James  Powell  Cocke  Southall, 

A.  B.  Virginia  91;  A.  M.  93.  1914  Asst.  Prof. 
Physics —  — 

Charles  Barzillai  Spahr, 

Ph.  D.  86;  A.  B.  Amherst  81.  1889  Seligman 
Prize  Lect.  Taxation;  Ret.  1893. 

Henry  James  Spencer, 

A.  B.  Syracuse  07;  A.  M.  Williams  08.  1908 
Asst.  Zool;  Ret.  1910.  » 

[William]  Creighton  Spencer, 

A.  B.  84.  1884  Fellow.  Asst.  English  (1885 
reap.  Tutorial  Fellow);  Ret.  1886. 

Carlo  Leonardo  Speranza, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  87;  J.  D.  University  of  Padua 
66.  1885  First  appt.-;  1902  Prof.  Italian;  Died 
1911. 

Alexander  G.  H.  Spiers, 

1916  Assoc.   Prof.   French — 

Joel  Elias  Spingarn, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  95.  1899  First  appt.;  1909 
Prof.    Comp.   Lit.;   Ret.    (Mar.)    1911. 

Edward  Anthony  Spitzka, 

M.  D.  02.  1904  First  appt.;  1905  Demonstr. 
Anat.;  R«.  1906. 

Arnon  Lyon  Squiers, 

A.  B.  93.     1893  Asst.  Math.;  Ret.  1895. 

Edward  Lincoln  Stabler, 

Ph.  D.  88;  A.  B.  85;  A.  M.  86.  1885  Fellow; 
Asst.  Math.;  Res.  1888. 

Norbert  Stadtmiiller, 

M.  D.  Munich  89.  1909  First  appt.  1910  (Feb.) 
Prof.  Clin.  Med. — 

Alden  D.  Stanton, 

1914  (Mar.)  Asst.  Supt.  Buildings;  Res.  (Mar.) 
1914. 

Henry  Pease  Starbuck, 

A.  B.  Harvard  71;  LL.  B.  77.  1893  First  appt.; 
1894  Prof.  Law;  Res.   (Mar.)   1896. 

Moses  Allen  Starr, 

M.  D.  80;  Sc.  D.  1904;  A.  B.  Princeton  76;  A. 
M.  79;  Ph.  D.  84;  LL.  D.  99.  1887;  First  appt. 
1889  Prof.  Neurology;  Res.   1915;  Emer.   1915. 


Earl  B.  Stavely, 

B.  S.  Penn  State  Coll.  12.  1912  Asst.  Elec. 
Eng.;  Ret.  1913. 

Edmund  Clarence  Stedman, 

L.  H.  D.  (Hon.)  92;  A.  B.  Yale  53;  A.  M.  71; 
LL.  D.  94;  A.  M.  Dartmouth  73.  1891  Lect. 
Poetry;  Ret.  1891;  Died  1908. 

Matthew  Steel, 

Ph.  D.  08;  B.  S.  New  Mexico  Coll.  Agric. 
Mechanic  Arts,  01;  M.  S.  02.  1907  First  appt.; 
1908  Instr.   Biol.   Chem.;  Res.   1910. 

James  Dallas  Steele, 

A.  B.,  Univ.  of  Pa.  84;  LL.  B.  86;  A.  M.,  B.. 
,D.  91.      1891  Lect.  Hebrew;  Ret.  1892. 

Harrison  Ross  Steeves, 

Ph.  D.  13;  A.  B.  03;  A.  M.  04.  1905  First 
appt.;  1910  Instr.  English. 

John  Bethune  Stein,. 

M.  D.  92.  1911  (Nov.)  Instr.  Genito-Urinary 
Dis.;  Res.  (Dec.)  1911. 

Charle?  Probens   Steinmetz, 

1902  (Feb.)  Lect.  Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  (June)  1902. 

Waldemar  Mattheaus  Stempel, 

B.  S.  Indiana  OS;  M.  S.  Illinois  06.  1915  Asst. 
Physics — 

Frederic  Stengel, 

A.  M.  73.     1870  Instr.  German;  Ret.  1885. 

Franklin  Moore  Stephens, 

M.  D.  Univ.  of  Pa.  85.  1904  Instr.  Otology; 
Ret.  1907. 

De  Witt  Stetten, 

M.  D.  01.     1909  Instr.  Clin.  Surg. — 

Alexander  Hodgdon  Stevens, 

M.   D.  Univ.  of  Pa.   11;   LL.  D.     1860  Emer. 
■      Prof.  Surg.;  Died  1869. 

Edward  Stevens, 

A.  B.  1774;  M.  D.  elsewhere.  1794  Prof.  Pract. 
of  Med.;  Res.  1795. 

Romiett  Stevens, 

Ph.  D.  12;  B.  S.  07;  A.  M.  08.  1912  Asst. 
Prof.  Secondary  Educ.  (T.  C.) — 

Edward  Luther  Stevenson, 

A.  B.  Franklin  (Ind.)  81;  Ph.  D.  Heidelberg 
90.     1906  Lect.  Geography;  Ret.  1907. 

Holland  Newton  Stevenson, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  08;  M.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  12.  1915 
Asst.  Cancer  Research—  v 

Charles  Arthur  Stewart, 

A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  06.  1907  Asst.  Mineralogy; 
Ret.  1908. 

Colin  Compbell  Stewart, 

A.  B.  Toronto  94;  Ph.  D.  Clark  97.  1898  Tu- 
tor Physiol.;  Res.  1900. 

Howard  Race  Stewart, 

E.  M.  02.     1903  Lect.  Mining;  Res.  1904. 

Hugh  Angus  Stewart, 

M.  B.,  Ch.  B.  Edinburgh  04;  M.  E.  C.  P.  06; 
M.  D.  07.     1909  Asst.  Prof.  Pathol.;  Died  1913. 


72 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Mary  Wotherspoon  Stewart, 

A.  M.  15;  A.  B.  13.  1913  First  appt.;  1916 
Lect.  Botany — 

Ralph  Randies   Stewart, 

A.  M.  15;  A.  B.  11.  1914  Asst.  Botany;  Ret. 
1916. 

William  Warren  Stifler, 

A.  B.  Shurtleff  02;  A.  M.  Illinois  08;  Ph.  D.  11. 

1911  First  appt.;  1913  Instr.  Pliysics — 

Alfred  Stillman, 

M.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Harvard  03.      1909  First  appt.; 

1912  Instr.  Clin.  Surg. — 

Ernest  G.  Stillman, 

M.  D.  13;  A.  B.  Harvard  07.  1913  Asst.  Patli.; 
Res.  (May)  1915. 

Ralph  Griffiths  Stillman, 

M.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Yale  03.  1909  Demonstr. 
Physiol,  and  (1910)  Asst.  Apl.  Therapeutics; 
Ret.  1911. 

H.  F.  Stimpson, 

1909  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.  1910. 

C.  W.  Stone, 

1909  Lect.   Mech.   Eng.;   Ret.    1910. 

Clarence  George  Stone,  Jr., 

E.  E.  15.     1916  Asst.  Physics — 

Harlan  Fiske  Stone, 

LL.  B.  98;  B.  S.  Amherst  94;  A.  M.  00.  1899 
First  apl)t.;    1903  Adj.    Prof.   Law;   Res.   1905; 

1910  Kent  Prof.  Law—;  1910  Dean  Law 
School — 

Wiliam  Steven  Stone, 

M.  D.  91;  A.  B.  Yale  88.  1896  Instr.  Gyne- 
cology; Ret.  1907. 

Bradley  Stoughton, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  93;  B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  96. 
1902  First  appt.;  1904  Adj.,  Prof.  Metallurgy; 
Res.  (Dec.)  1908. 

Arthur  Purdy  Stout, 

M.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Yale  07.      1914  Instr.  Surg.— 

EUery  C.  Stowell, 

A.  B.  Harvard  98.  1913  First  appt.;  1916 
Assoc.  Prof.  International  Law — 

Frank  Abraham  Strauss, 

A.  B.  Cornell  13.  1915  (Feb.)  Laboratory 
Asst.  Elec.  Chem.;  Res.  (June),  1915. 

George  Drayton  Strayer, 

Ph.  D.  05;  A.  B.  Johns  Hopkins  03.  1907 
First  appt.;  1910  Prof.  Educ.  Admin.  (T.  C.)— 

James  S.  Stringham, 

A.  B.  1793;  A.  M.  1797;  M.  D.  Edinburgh  1799. 
1892  Prof.  Chem.;  Res.   1813. 

Archibald  Mclntyre  Strong, 

M.  D.  08;  A.  B.  Princeton  04.  1911  First 
appt.;  1913  Instr.  Med.;  Res.  (Aug.)  1914. 
1915  Instr.  Med.;  1916  Instr.  Clin.  Med.— 

Charles  Augustus  Strong, 

A.  B.  Rochester  84;  A.  B.  Harvard  85.  1896 
First  appt.;  1903  Prof.  Psychol.;  Res.  1913. 

Oliver  Smith  Strong, 

Ph.  D.  96;  A.  M.  92;  A.  B.  Princeton  86.  1892 
Fir.st  appt.;  1915  Instr.  Neurology. 


Robert  Marquis  Strong, 

Mech.  E.  05.  1905  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res, 
(Dec.)   1906. 

Joseph  Struthers, 

Ph.  B.  85.  1885  First  appt.;  1900  Lect.  Metal- 
lurgy; Ret.  1901. 

William  Henry  Stuart, 

C.  E.  86.  1887  Fellow  Asst.  Drawing;  Ret. 
1889. 

Russell  Sturgis, 

A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  56;  A.  M.  Yale  72.  1889 
Lect.  Arch.;  Ret.  1890. 

Ethel  Sturtevant, 

A.  M.  14;  A.  B.  Wellesley  06.  1914  First 
appt.;  Instr.  English — 

Edgar  Howard  Sturtevant, 

A.  B.  Indiana  98;  Ph.  D.  Chicago  01.  1907 
First  appt.;  1913  Asst.  Prof.  Classical  Phil- 
osophy— 

Arthur  Elliott   Suffern, 

A.  M.  10.     1913  Lect.  Economics;  Ret.  1914. 

Albert  Earl  Sumner, 

M.  D.  94;  A.  M.  03;  A.  B.  Amherst  89.  1900 
First  appt.;  1910  Assoc.  Clin.  Med. — 

[Anthony]  Henry  Suzzallo, 

Ph.  D.  05;  A.  M.  02;  A.  B.  Stanford  99.  1907 
First  appt.;  1909  Prof.  Philos.  of  Educ.  (T. 
C);  Res.  1915. 

Arthur   Warton    Swann, 

M.  D.  07;  A.  B.  Harvard  03.      1910  First  appt.; 

1913  Instr.  Clin.  Path.;  Died  19,14. 

Clifford  Townsend  Swart, 

Mech.  E.  04.  1904  First  appt.;  1905  Tutor 
Mech.   Eng.,;   Ret.   1907. 

David  Ferdinand  Swenson, 

B.  S.  Univ.  of  Minn.  98.  1905  Asst.  Philos.; 
Ret.  1906. 

John  August  Swenson, 

A.  B.  03.     1903  Asst.  Math.;  Res.  1905. 

George  Montague  Swift, 

M.  D.  79;  A.  B.  Amherst  76;  A.  M.  79.  1898 
First  appt.;  1909  Assoc.  Clin.  Med.;  Res.  1915. 

Homer  Fordyce  Swift, 

Ph.  B.  Western  Reserve  02;  M.  D.  Bellevue  06. 

1914  Assoc.  Prof.  Prac   Med. — 

Samuel  Swift, 

M.  D.  13;  A.  B.  Yale  08.  1916  Instr.  Gyne- 
cology— 

Frederick  Henry  Sykes, 

A.  B.  Toronto  85;  A.  M.  86;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  94.  1903  Prof.  English  and  Dir. 
Teachers'  College  Extension  Dept.;  1905  Dir. 
Col.  Univ.  Extension  Teaching;  Res.  1910;  1910 
Prof.  English  and  Dir,  of  Technical  Educ.  (T. 
C);  Res.  1913. 

Harold  S.  Symmes, 

A.  B.  California  99;  Docteur  es  Lettres  Univ. 
Paris  03;  Ph.  D.  1903  (May)  Tutor  in  Eng- 
lish; Res.   (July)   1903. 

Brandreth  Symonds, 

M.  D.  84;  A.  B.  Hobart  81;  A.  M.  85.  1909 
Lect.  Life  Insurance  Exam.;   Res.  1911. 

213 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


73 


T 


Philip  Hyatt  Tarr, 

A.  M.  04;  Ph.  B.  Adelbert  Coll.  02.  190.5 
Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1904. 

Algernon  De  Vivier  Tassin, 

A.  B.  Harvard  92;  A.  M.  93.     1905  First  appt.; 

1910  Asst.  Prof.  English — 

Guy  Allan  Tawney, 

A.  B.  Princeton  93;  A.  M.  94;  Ph.  D.  Leipzig 
96.  1906  (Feb.)  Lect.  Philos.;  Fes.  (Mar.) 
1907. 

Alfred  Simpson  Taylor, 

M.  D.  9S;  Ph.  B.  Brown  91;  A.  M.  92.  1900 
First  appt.;  1908  Instr.   Surg.;  Ret.   1910. 

Charles  Edward  Taylor, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  07;  B.  S.  Case  Sch.  Appl. 
Sci.,  06.  1907  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.;  Res.  (Dec.) 
1907. 

Fenton  Taylor, 

M.  D.  13;  A.  B.  10.     1916  Asst.  Aiiat.— 

Henry  Osborn  Taylor, 

LL.  B.,  81;  A.  B.  Harvard  78.  1897  Lect. 
Literature;  Ret.  1899. 

Howard  Canning  Taylor, 

M.  D.  91;  Ph.  B.  Yale  88.  1903  Instr.  Gyne- 
cology; Res.   1911;    1913   Prof.   Clin.    Surg.— 

[John]  Warner  Taylor, 

A.  M.  05;  A.  B.  03  1907  First  appt,;  1910 
Instr.  English;  Ret.  1911. 

Robert  William  Taylor, 

M.  D.  68.  1891  Clin.  Prof.  Venereal  Dis.; 
1902  Clin.  Prof.  Gen. -Urinary  Dis.;  Res.   1904. 

Rupert  Taylor, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Arkansas  03;  A.  M.  06; 
1913  Instr.  English — 

John  Louis   [Joliann  Ludwig]   Tell- 
kampf, 

J.  U.  D.  1843  Gebhard  Prof.  German  Lang, 
and  Lit.;  Res.   1847. 

John  V.  B.  Tennent, 

M.  D.     1767  Prof.  Midwifery;  Died  1770. 

Alvan  Alonzo  Tenney, 

Ph.  D.  07;  A.  B.  98;  A.  M.  99.  1905*Firsl 
appt.;  1911  Asst.  Prof.  Sociology — 

William  Kenney  Terriberry, 

M.    D.   07;   A.   B.   Yale   03.      1909   First  appt.; 

1911  Instr.   Physiol.;   Res.    1914. 

Arthur  Hutchison  Terry,  Jr., 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Yale  06.  1914  Instr.  Physi- 
ol.— 

Benjamin  Taylor  Terry, 

A.  B.  Vanderbilt  98;  A.  M.  00.  1914  Instr. 
Path.— 

Charles  Thaddeus  Terry, 

.  LL.  B.  93;  A.  B.  Williams  89.  1893  Lect.  Law 
School;  Res.  1894;  1894  Lect.  Procedure  in 
Equity  and  Code;  Ret,  1895;  1897  Lect.  Con- 
tracts; 1902  Dwight  Prof.  Law — 


John  P.  Tetaia, 

1784  Prof.  French  Lang.;  Ret.   1787. 

Henry  C.  Thacher, 

A.  B.  Yale  02;  M.  S,  02;  M.  D.  Johns  Hop- 
kins 06.     1910  First  appt.;  1914  Assoc.  Med. — 

John  Seymour  Thacher, 

M.   D.   80;  A.   B.  Yale  77.      1896  First  appt.; 

1903  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

Arthur  Waldorf  S.  Thomas, 

Chemist    1912.      1912   Instr.   Food   Chem.— 

Calvin  Thomas, 

A.  B.  Michigan  74;  A.  M.  77;  LL.  D.  04. 
1896  Gebhard  Prof.,  Prof.  Germanic  Langs, 
and    Lits. — 

Charles  W.  Thomas, 

Mech.  E.  Stevens  Inst.  Tech.  84.  1908  First 
appt.;  1911  Asst.  Prof.  Mech.  Eng. — 

Theodore  Gaillard  Thomas, 

M.  D.  Charleston  Med.  Coll.  52.  1863  Adj. 
Prof.  Obstetrics,  Dis.  Women  and  Child,  and 
Medic.  Juris.;  1879  Gynaecology;  1882  Clin. 
Gynsefology;  1889  Emer.  Obst.  and  Gynaecol- 
ogy; Died  1903. 

Elizabeth  Tlsley  Thompson, 

A.  M.  08;  A.  B.  03.      1906  Asst.  Botany;  Ret. 
■     1908. 

J.  David  Thompson, 

B.  Sc.  Victoria  (Eng.)  92;  B.  Sc.  London 
93;  A.  B.  Cambridge  95;  A.  M.  99.  1911 
Law   Librarian;  Res.   1913    (Feb.) 

John  Fairfield  Thompson, 

Ph.  D.  06;  B.  S.  03.  1903  Asst.  Metallurgy; 
Ret.  1906. 

Maurice  Joseph  Thompson, 

A.  B.  Rutgers  89.  1903  (Jan.)  Asst.  Math.; 
Ret.    (June)    1903. 

Edgar  George   Thomssen, 

Ph.  D.  11;  B.  S.  07;  A.  M.  08.  "1909  Lab. 
Asst.   Physical  Chem.;  Ret.    1910. 

Ashley  Horace  Thorndike, 

A.  B.  Weslevan  93;  A.  M.  Harvard  96;  Ph.  D. 
98;  L.  H.  D.  Wesleyan  09.  1906  Prof.  Eng- 
lish— ■ 

Edward  Lee  Thorndike, 

Ph.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Wesleyan  95;  A.  B.  Har- 
vard 96;   A.   M.  97     1899  First  appt.    (T.   C); 

1904  Prof.  Educ.  Psychol   (T.  C.)— 

Robert   Thorne, 

LL.  B.  91;  A.  B.  Trinity  (Ct.)  85;  A.  M. 
88,      1891  Tutor  Law;  Ret.   1894. 

Samuel  Wood  Thurber, 

M.  D.  94;  B.  S.  Princeton  90.  1904  Instr. 
Laryngology;  Ret.  1914. 

Edward  Day  Thurston,  Jr., 

Mech.  E.  07;  A.  B.  OS.  1907  First  appt.;  1914 
Asst,   Prof.   Mech.  Eng. — 

Frederick  Tilney, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Yale  97;  M.  D,  Long  Island 
03,     1908  First  appt,;   1915'  Prof.  Neurology- 
Jennie  Tilt, 

B.  S.  Purdue  07;  M.  S.  10.  1915  Asst. 
Chem:— 


74 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Walter  Timme, 

M.  D.  97;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  93.  1914  Instr, 
Neurology:  Res.  (Jan.)   1915. 

Alfred  Tingle, 

B.  S.  Aberdeen  96;  London  Univ.  97;  Ph.  D. 
Univ.  of  Pa.  99.  1900  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.; 
Ret.  1902. 

Alexander  Tison, 

1896Xect.  Law;  Ret.   1897. 

Edward  Bradford  Titchener, 

Ph.  D.;  LL.  D.;  D.  Litt.;  D.  So.  Sage  Prof. 
Psychol.  Cornell  Univ. — ;  1907  (Dec.)  Lect. 
(non-res.)  Psychol.;  Ret.  1908. 

Henry  Alfred  Todd, 

A.  B.  Princeton  76;  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins  85, 
1893  Prof.   Romance  Philology — 

John  Welhoff  Todd, 

Ph.  D.  12;  A.  B.  Indiana  05;  A.  M.  10.  1910 
Asst.   Psychol.;  Ret.    1912. 

Gilbert  Tolman, 

A.  M.  01;  B.  M.  E.  Maine  96.  1901  Asst. 
Physics;  Res.   1903. 

Rudolf  Tombo,  Jr., 

Ph.  D.  01;  A.  M.  98;  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  95; 
M.  S.  99.  1900  First  appt.;  1911  Assoc.  Prof. 
Germanic  Langs,  and  Lits. ;  1902  Registrar  of 
the   University;   Res.    1908.      Died    1914 

Rudolf  Tombo,  Sr., 

Ph.  D.  Rostock  70.  1898  Tutor  Germanic 
Langs,  and  Lits.;  Res.  1905. 

Oliver  Samuel  Tonks, 

A.  B.  Harvard  98;  A.  M.  99;  Ph.  D.  02.  1904 
Lect.   Greek;   Ret.    1905. 

Charles  .Herbert  Torrey, 

Ph.  B.  80;   1880  Asst.  Cherii.;  Ret.  1883. 

John  Torrey, 

M.  D.  18;  A.  M.  (Hon.)  Yale  23;  LL.  D. 
Williams  25;  Amherst  45.  1860  Emer.  Prof. 
Chem.  and  Botany;  Died  1873;  Trustee  1856- 
73. 

George  Oakley  Totten,  Jr., 

A.  M.  92;  Ph.  B.  91.  1892  Asst.  Arch.;  Ret. 
1893. 

Camille  Auguste  Toussaint, 

A.  M.  04;  A.  B.  03.  1904  Asst.  Math.;  Ret. 
1907. 

James  Towart, 

C.  E.  92.      1892  Asst.  Engineering;  Ret.  1893. 

Ralph  Winfred  Tower, 

A.  B.  Brown  92;  Ph.  D.— o3.  1913  Hon. 
Curator  Natural  Science  Collections — 

F.  M.  Towl, 

19,10-  Lect.   Mech.   Eng,;   Ret.    1911. 

Charles  Orrin  Townsend, 

B.  S.  Michigan  88;  M.  S.  91;  Ph.  D.  Leipzig 
97.     1898  Tutor  Botany;  Res.  (Oct.)   1898. 

Samuel  George  Fitzhugh  Townsend, 

E.  E.  96;  A.  B.  93.  1897  First  appt.;  1905 
Instr.  Elec.   Eng.;  Died  1906. 


Daniel  Treadwell, 

A.  M.  (Hon.)  1758;  A.  B.  Harvard  1754; 
A.  M.  1757.  1757  Prof.  Math,  and  Nat.  Hist.; 
Died  1760. 

William  Peterfield  Trent, 

A.  M.  Virginia  84;  LL.  D.  Wake  Forest  99; 
D.  C.  L.  Univ.  of  the  South  05.  1900  Prof. 
English  Lit. — 

Amasa  Trowbridge, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  91.  1903  Adj.  Prof.  Mech.  Eng.; 
Res.   (Jan.)    1906. 

Charles  Christopher  Trowbridge, 

B.  S.  Trinity  92;  M.  S.  03;  Sc.  D.  08.  1892 
First    appt.;    1913    Asst.    Prof.    Physics — 

William  Petit  Trowbridge, 

U.  S.  M.  A.  48;  A.  M.  Rochester  56;  Yale 
71;  Ph.  D.  Princeton  80;  LL.  D.  Trinity  81; 
Michigan  87.  1877  Prof.  Engineering;  Died 
1892. 

Donald  Skeele  Tucker, 

A.  B.  Colorado  06;  A.  M.  Williams  12.  1914 
Lect.  Economics;  Ret.  1916. 

Ervin  Alden  Tucker, 

M.  D.  89;  B.  S.  Amherst  85;  A.  M.  88.  1890 
First  appt.;  1895  Tutor  Obstetrics  and  Gyn- 
BEcology;  Res.  1900. 

Samuel  Auchmuty  Tucker, 

Ph.  B.  95.  1895  First  appt.;  1905  Asst.  Prof. 
Electro-Chem. — 

Frank  Leo  Tufts, 

Ph.  D.  97;  A.  M.  96;  B.  ,S.  Antioch  91;  A.  B. 
Harvard  94.  1897  First  appt,;  1905  Adj.  Prof. 
Physics;  Died  1909. 

Wilbur  Drake  Tupper, 

C.  E.  11.     1911  Asst.  Drawing;  Res.  1912. 

Viola  Turck, 

A.  M.  15;  A.  B.  13.  1913  Research  Asst. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1916. 

Samuel  Hulbert  Turner, 

A.  B.  Univ.  of  Pa.  07;  D.  D.,  S.  T.  D, 
1830  Prof.  Hebrew  Lang,  and  Lit.;  Died 
1860. 

Percy  Rivington  Turnure, 

A.  M.,  M.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Harvard  94.  1904 
First  appt.;  1912  Instr.  Clin.  Surg.;  Ret.  1913. 

Gustave  Robitscher  Tuska, 

C.  E.  91:  B.  S.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  88;  M.  S.  91. 
1893  First  appt.;  1894  Tutor  Civil  Eng.;  Res. 
1896;  Lect.  Street  Cleaning  and  Municp. 
Waste — 

George  Albert  Tuttle, 

M.  D.  86;  A.  B.  Amherst  83.  1903  Demon^tr. 
Path.  Anat.;  Res.  1907;  1911  Assoc.  Clin. 
Med,;   1913  Asst.  Prof.  Clin.  Med.— 

George  Montgomery  Tuttle, 

M,  D.  80;  A.  B.  Yale  77.  1884  First  appt.; 
1885    Prof.    Gynecology;    Res.    1903. 

A.  E.  Twentyman, 

Lib.  Board  Educ.  Whitehall  London.  1914 
For.  Corresp.  (T.  C.)  for  England  and  Wales— 

rienry  Hawkins  Tyson, 

M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  87.  1903  Instr.  of  Ophth- 
almology; Ret.   1915. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


75 


Stuart  Lawrence  Tyson, 

A.  M.  Oxford  (St.  John's  Coll.)  05.  1916 
(Apr.)   Assoc  Religion — 

75 

U 

William   Cullen  Uhlig, 

Ph.  D.  04;  Ph.  B.  96.  1901  Asst.  Anal.  Chem.; 
Ret.    1910. 

Clayton  Ulrey, 

B.  S.  Indiana  11;  A.  M.  13.  1913  Asst. 
Physics — • 

John  Garrett  Underbill, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  M.  96;  A.  B.  Bkln.  Polytechnic 
Inst.  94.  1899  Asst.  Comp.  Lit.;  Res.  (Jan.) 
1901. 

Lucien  Marcus  Underwood, 

Ph.  B.  Syracuse  77;  Ph.  M.  78;  Ph.  D.  79; 
LL.  D.  (Hon.)  06.  1896  Prof.  Botany;  1904 
Torrey  Prof.;  Died   1907. 

Emory  C.  Unnewehr, 

B.    S.    Purdue    09.    1916   Asst.    Physics— 

Harlan  Updegra;flf, 

A.  M.  98;  Ph.  B.  Cornell  94.  1900  Asst. 
Philos.  and  Educ;  Ret.  1902. 

CliiFord  Brewster  Upton, 

A.  M.  07;  A.  B.  Michigan  02.  1910  Asst. 
Prof.  Math,  and  (1911)  Sec.  of  Teachers 
Coll.— 

Edwin    Carleton   Upton, 

A.  M.-02;  B.  S.  Maine  97.  1902  Asst.  Eng- 
lish;  Ret.    1903. 

8 
V 

Clarence  Walton  Vail, 

A.  M.  93;  A.  B.  92.  1893  Asst.  Ehet.;  Ret. 
1894. 

John  Howard  Van  Amringe, 

A.  M.  63;  A.  B.  60;  L.  H.  D.  00;  L.  H.  D. 
90;  LL,  D.  Union  95;  Ph.  D.  Univ.  of  State 
of  N  Y.  77.  1860  First  appt.;  1865  Prof. 
Math.;  Emer.  1910 — 94  Dean  Sch.  Arts.;  Res. 
1910;  Died   1915. 

May  Belle  Van  Arsdale, 

B.  S.  05.  1910  Asst.  Prof.  Household  Arts 
(T.  O— 

Frederick    Theodore    Van    Beuren, 
Jr., 

M.  D.  02;  A.  B.  Yale  98.  1905  Demonstr. 
Anat.  and  (1900)  Asst.  Surg.;,  1908  Assoc. 
Anat.  and  Asst.  Surg,  and  (1909)  Instr.  Surg.; 

1910  (Apr.)   Instr.  Surg.;  Ret.   (Assoc.)    1910; 

1911  Instr.  Surg.;  Ret.  1913;  1914  Asst.  Surg.; 
1916  Instr.— 

Frederick  Augustus  Vanderburgh, 

Ph.  D.  08;  A.  B.  Rochester  76.  1910  Lect. 
Semitic  Langs. — 

Aaron  J.  Vanderppel, 

1863  Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1866. 

George  Roe  Van  De  Water, 

B.   S.   Cornell   74;   D.   D.   Nashotah  86.      1892 
'      Chaplain;  Res.   1905. 


Carl  Van  Doren, 

Ph.    D.    11;    A.    B.    Illinois    06.      1911    (Jan.) 
First  appt.;  1914  Assoc.  English — 

Royal  Cornelius  Van  Etten, 

M.    D.    10;    A.    B.    Amherst    06.      1913    Instr. 
Gynecology;  Ret.  1915. 

Arthur  Pine  Van  Gelder, 

Ph.  B.  96.     1896  First  appt.;   1897  Tutor  Gen, 
Chem.;   Ret.    1898. 

Ira  Thompson  Van  Gieson, 

M.  D.  85.     1887  First  appt.;  1894  Instr.  Pathol, 
and   Histology  Nervous   System;   Ret.    1900. 

lya  Riie  Van  Hook, 

A.  B.  Michigan  99;  Ph.  D.,  Chicago  04.     1910 
Assoc.    Prof.    Classical   Philology — 


Gilbert  Van  Ingen, 


1893  First  appt.;  1894  Curator  Geological  Col- 
lections; Res.  1901.  , 

Philip  Van  Ingen, 

M  D.  01;  A.  B.  Yale  97.  1906  Asst.  Med,; 
Res.   1907. 

Euen  Van  Kleetk, 

M.  D.  12;  A.  B.  10.  1916  (Feb.)  Instr. 
Physiol. — 

Thurman  William  Van  Metre, 

A.  B.  Indiana  10;  A.  M.  11;  Ph.  D.  Pennsyl- 
vainia   13.     1916  Instr.  Transportation — 

Leonard  C.  Van  Noppen, 

A.    B.    Guilford    (N.    C.)    90;    A.    B.    North 
.  Carolina  92;  A.  M.  Haverford  93.     1913  Queen 
Wilhelmina    Lect.    Hist.,    Lang.,    Lit.,    Nether- 
lands— 

John  Vredenburgb  Van  Pelt, 

Diplomfi,  Ecole  des  Beaux-Arts,  Paris  95.  1905 
First  appt.;  1909  Assoc,  Arch.;  Ret.  ,1913. 

James  Maurice  Van  Tuyl, 

Ph.  D.  15;-  A.  B.  Iowa  11;  M.  S.  12.  1913 
Asst.  Paleontology;  Ret.  1914. 

Edward  A.  Van  Valkenburgh, 

A.  B.  Amherst  15.     1916  Asst.  Chem.— 

Gerrit  G.  Van  Wagenen, 

A.  B.  21.  1849  Treasurer;  Died   1858. 

Margaret  Van  Zandt, 

1884  Asst.  Librarian;  Ret.   1909. 

John  Vardill, 

A.  M.  ,1769;  A.  B.  1766.  1773  Tutor;  Res. 
1776;  1773  Prof.  Nat.  Law  (1775  Hist,  and 
Languages  added);  Ret.  1776;  Died  1811. 

John  Colin  Vaughan, 

M.  D.  07.  1910  First  appt.;  1913  Instr.  Anat. 
and  Surg. — 

Walter   Broad   Veazie, 

A.    B.    14.      1915   Asst,   Philos.— 

Robert   George  Vermilye, 

A.  M.  36;  A.  B,  31;  D,  D,  51.  1835  First 
appt.;  1837  Adj.  Prof,  Greek  and  Latin  Langs.; 
Res.    1843;  Died   1875. 


Antoi^ie  Verren, 


A.  M.  (Hon.)  29;  A.  B.  Geneva,  S.  T.  D. 
Hobart  60.  1792  Prof.,  French  Lang.;  Res. 
1839, 


76 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Felicin   Vexler, 

A.  M.  09;  A.  B.  Bucharest  07.  1916  Asst. 
Slavonic  Langs. — 

John  Adolf  Victor, 

M.  D.  11;  A.  B.  Yale  07.  1914  Asst.  Surg, 
and  Anat. :   1916  Asst.  Surg. — 

Henri  Vigier, 

Licenci6-«s-Lettres,  Paris,  1907;  1908  (Dec.) 
Lect.  Romance  Langs,  and  Lits. ;  Ret.  1909. 

Francis  Laurens  Vinton, 

U.  S.  ]Vf.  A.  56;  E.  M.  Ecole  des  Mines, 
Paris,  60.  1864  Prof.  Mining  Eng.;  1870  Prof. 
Civil   and    Mining  Eng.;   Ret.    1877. 

Ferruccio  Vitale, 

1910  Lect.  Landscape  Arch.;  Res.  1912. 

Karl  Max  Vogel, 

M.  D.  00;  Ph.  G.  N.  Y  Coll.  Phar.  96.  1903 
First    appt.;    1909    Asst.    Prof.    Clin.    Pathol.— 

Gvistav  Julius  Volckening,  Jr., 

Met.  E.  88;  E.  M.  89.  1891  Asst.  Metallurgy; 
Civil  Eng.;   Res.    1894. 

Clarke  Grenwood  Voofhees, 

A.  M.  93;  Ph.  B.  Yale  91.  1894  (Hon.)  Asst. 
Assaying;  Res,  (Jan.)  1896. 

James  Ditmars  Voorhees, 

M.  D.  93;  A.  B.  Princeton  90;  A.  M.  93.  1897 
First  appt.;    1912  Prof.   Obstetrics — 

Anton  Vorisek, 

Ph.  G.  Coll.  Phar.  98;  Phar.  D.  02.  1902 
First  appt.;  1906  Professor  Anal.  Chem.  Coll. 
Phar.— 

Arthur  Seymour  Vosburgh, 

M.  D.  93;  A.  B.  90.  1897  Asst.  Demonstr. 
Anat.;  1905  Demonstr.;  Res.  1906;  1908  Instr. 
Clin.    Surg. — 

Hermann  Theodore  Vulte, 

Ph.  D.  85;  Ph.  B.  81.  1883  First  appt.;  1904 
Asst.   Prof.   Household   Chem.    (T.    C.)— 

39 

W 

Sieggried  Wachsman, 

M.    D.    Berlin    91.      1914    Prof.    Clin.    Med.— 

Herbert   Treadwell  Wade, 

A.  B.  93.     1893  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1899. 

Helen  Clark  Wadelton, 

1908  Recorder — 

Augustus  Baldwin  Wadsworth, 

M.  D.  96;  B.  S.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  93.  1899 
First  appt.;  1909  Asst.  Prof.  Bacteriol.;  Res. 
1913. 

Leonard  Waldo, 

A.  B.  Marietta  72;  Sc.  D.  Harvard  79;  A  M. 
Yale  80.  1873  Asst.  Math,  and  Astron;  Ret. 
1875. 

Arthur  Lucien  Walker, 

E.   M.   83.      1908  Prof.   Metallurgy— 

Jon  Baldwin  Walker, 

A.  B.  Harvard  84;  M.  D.  88.  1897  Asst. 
Instr.  Oper.  Surg.;  Ret.  1900;  1904  Clin  Lect. 
Surg.;  1908  Assoc.  Clin.  Surg.;  1909  Asst. 
Prof.   Clin.   Surgery;   Prof.   Clin.   Surg. — 


Charlton  Wallace, 

M.  D.  98;  A.  B.  Transylvania  95.  1912  Instr. 
Clin.    Orth.    Surg.;  Res.    1913. 

Alice  Page  Nelson  Waller, 

A.  B.  14.     1915  Asst.  Hist.- 

Elwyn  Waller, 

Ph.  D.  75;  E.  M.  70;  A.  B.  Harvard  67; 
A.  M.  70.  1871  First  appt.;  1885  Prof.  Anal. 
Chem.;    Res.    1893. 

William  Henry  Walter, 

Mus.  Doc.  (Hon.)  65.  1856  Organist;  1879 
Instr.  Vocal  Music;  Emer.  91;  as  Prof,  of 
Music;  Died  1893. 

Hugo  Julius  Walther, 

Ph.  D.  86;  A.  B.  83;  A.  M.  85.  1885  Tutorial 
Fellow  Asst.    Math.;    Ret.    1886. 

DeLancey  Walton  Ward, 

Ph.  D.  94;  Ph.  B.  88.  1890  Fellow  Asst. 
Organic  Chem.;  Ret.   1894. 

Frank  Edwin  Ward, 

1904    Organist   and    (1909)    Assoc.    Music — 

Frederick  Spaulding  Ward, 

M.  D.  Dartmouth  95.  1897  Asst.  Normal 
Histology;    Ret.    1898. 

Samuel  Baldwin  Ward, 

A.  M.  64;  A.  B.  61;  Ph.  D.  Union  82;  M.  D. 
Georgetown  64.  1867  Curator  Museum  (Medi- 
cal); Ret.  1869. 

Wilbur  Ward, 

M.-D.  04;  A.  B.  Williams  00.  1909  First  appt.; 
1916   Asst.    Prof.    Gynecology — 

Arthur  Ware, 

B.  S.   98.      1912  Assoc.   Arch.— 

Clara  Crosby  Ware, 

A.  M.  15;  A.  B.  Bryn  Mawr  10.  1915  Asst. 
Zoology — 

William  Robert  Ware, 

A.  B.  Harvard  52;  B.  S.  56;  LL.  D.  Lawrence 
Scientific  Sch.  96.  1881  Prof.  Arch.;  Emer. 
1903;  Died   1915. 

La  Mont  A.  Warner, 

1910   Asst.   Prof.    Household   Arts    (T.   C.)— 

Charles  Peck  Warren, 

A.  M.  92;  Ph.  B.  90.  1893  First  appt.;  1909 
Asst.   Prof.   Arch. — 

George  William  Warren, 

Mus.  Doc.  1875  Organist  1891  Prof.  Music; 
1895   Organist  and   Lect.   Music;Dted    1902. 

Richard  Henry  Warren, 

1902    (Apr.)    Organist;   Ret.    (June)    1902. 

Edmund  Atwill  Wasson, 

Ph.  D.  88;  A.  B.  85;  A.  M.  87.  1888  Tutorial 
Fellow  English;   Ret.    1890. 

George  Baker  Waterhouse, 

B.  S.  London  03.  1905  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Res. 
(Jan.)     1906.     ' 

Rossiter  Lester  Waters, 

Mech.  E.  02.  1902  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res. 
1903. 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


77 


Samuel  Shelton  Watkins, 

E.   E.    06.     1906  Asst.   Elec.   Eng.;  Ret.    1907. 

John  B.  Watson, 

Prof.  Psychol.  Johns  Hopkins  Univ.;  1912  Lect. 
(Non-res.)     Psychol.;    Ret.     1913. 

Leon  Laizer  Walters, 

A.  M.  98;  B.  S.  Utah  97.  1898  Asst.  Chcni.; 
Ret.   1900. 

Ada  Watterson, 

A.  M.  00;  A.  B.  98.  1900  Asst.  Botany  and 
Zool.;   Res.   1902. 

Robert  Watts, 

A.  B.  1803.  1860  Prof.  Anat.;  Died   1867. 

Harold  ^Worthington  Webb, 

Ph.  D.'  09;  A.'  B.  OS.  1909  First  appt. ;  1914 
Asst.  Prof.  Physics — 

Mabel  Foote  Weeks, 

A.  B.  Radcliffe  94.  1907  Asst.  Prof.  English; 
1910  Assoc.   English — 

Raymond  [Leslie]  Weeks, 

A.  B.  Harvard  90;  A.  M.  91;  Ph.  D.  97.  1909 
Prof.   Rqmance  Langs,  and  Lits. — 

Stephen  Roe  Weeks, 

1849  Asst.  Librarian;  Ret.  1886;  1886  Proctor; 
(-1840-86  Janitor);  Died  1890. 

Gerald   Weeman, 

I91S  Instr.  Physical  Educ. — 

Charles  William  Weick, 

B.  S.  Ohio  State  98.  1899  First  appt  (T.  C); 
1912   Asst.    Prof.    Indus.    Arts    (T.   C.) — 

William  Weinberger, 

M.  D.  Vienna  94;  M.  S.  N.  Y.  Univ.  01.  1907 
Asst.  Biol.  Chem.;  Ret.  1908;  1914  Assoc.  Biol. 
Chem.— 

Morris  Francis  Weinrich, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  07;  Mech.  E.  04.  1906  (Jan.) 
Asst.  Drawing;  Ret.  1908;  1911  Instr.  Physics — 

Robert  Fulton  Weir, 

M.  D.  59;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  54;  A.  M.  57. 
1873  Lect.  Dis.  Male  Pelvic  Organs;  Ret.  1880; 
1883  Lect.  Surg.;  1884  Prof.  Clin.  Surg;  1892 
Prof.  Surg.;  1903  Clin.  Surg.;  Bmer.  1907— 

Charles  Weisman, 

Ph.  D.  13;  B.  S.,  C  C.  N.  Y.  00;  M.  S.  02. 
1914   (Feb.)  Asst.  Biol.  Chem.;  Res.   1914. 

William  Henry  Welker, 

Ph     D.  08;    A.    C.    Lehigh    04.       1904    Asst. 

Physiol.  Chem.;   Ret.    1908;    1910   Assoc.    Biol. 

Chem.;  1911  Asst.  Prof.  Biol,  Chem.;  Res. 
1912. 

Dana  Clemmer  Wells, 

E.  E.  96;  A  B.  92.  1896  Asst.  Physics;  Res. 
(Jan.)    1899. 

Frederic  Lyman  Wells, 

Ph.  D.  06;  A.  B.  03.;  A.  M.  04.  1904  First 
appt.;   1910  Lect.  Psychol.;  Res.   1912. 

James  Simpson  Chester  Wells,- 

Ph.  D.  77;  Ph.  B.-  75.  1875  First  appt.;  1905 
Adj.  Prof.  Anal.  Chem.;  Ret.  1909. 


George  Vincent  Wendell, 

B.    S.    Mass.    Inst.    Tech.    92;    Ph.    D.    Leipzig 
98.      19ip  Prof.  Physics- 
Max  West, 

Ph.  D.  93;  A.  M.  92;  B.  S.  Minnesota  90. 
1902  (Feb.)  Lect.  Polit.  Econ.;  Ret.  (June) 
1912. 

Allan  Ferguson  Westcott, 

Ph.  D.  12;  Ph.  B.  Brown  03;  A.  M.  04.  1906 
First  appt.;    1910  Instr.   English;  Res.   1911. 

Charles  Partridge  Weston, 

A.  M.  02;  C.  E.  Maine  99.  1902  Asst.  Me- 
chanics; Res.   1904. 

Stephen  Francis  Weston, 

Ph.  D.  03;  A.  B.  Antioch  79;  'A.  M.  84.  1892 
(Dec.)  Asst.  Polit.  Econ.,  Social  Sci.;  Ret. 
1894. 

Reinhard  August,  Wetzel, 

B.  S.  Minnesota  01.  1907  Asst.  Physics;  Ret. 
1909. 

Charles  Henry  Wharton, 

S.  T.   D.      1801   President;  Res.   1801. 

Hugh  M.  Wharton, 

1908  Lect.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.   1909. 

Edwin  Bennett  Wheeler, 

B.  S.  Missouri  99.  1903  Asst.  Physics;  Ret. 
1906;   1907  Asst.  Physics;  Ret.  1908. 

Elizabeth  H.  Wheeler, 

1910  Recorder  of  Medical  Faculty — 

James  Rignall  Wheeler, 

A.  B.  Vermont  80;  LL.  D.  09;  A.  M.,  Ph.  D. 
Harvard  85;  LL.  D.  Colorado  14.  1895  Prof. 
Greek;  1906  Prof.  Greek  Archaeology  and 
Art—;  1910  Dean  Fine  Arts;  Res.  1911. 

George  Gill  Wheelock, 

M.  D.  64;  A.  B.  Harvard  60;  A.  M.  63.  1868 
Lect.  Physical  Diagnosis;  Ret.  1880;  Trustee 
1891;  Died  1907. 

Joseph  S.  Wheelwright, 

•A.  B.  Yale  97;  M.  D.  Cornell  00.  1914  Assoc. 
Physiology — 

Allen  Oldfather  Whipple, 

M.  D.  08;  B.  S.  Princeton  04^  1910  First  appt.; 
1916  Instr.   Surg. — 

Dorris  William  Whipple, 

B.  S.  08;  Ph.  G.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  01.  1908 
Asst.  Anal.   Chem.;   Res.    1909. 

Albert  Cbnser  Whitaker, 

Ph.  D.  04;  A.  B.  Stanford  99.  1906  Lect. 
Economics  and  Social  Sci.;  Ret.  1907. 

Frederick  Prescqtt  Whitaker, 

LL.  B.  08;  A.  B.  Stanford  05.  1909  Asst. 
Law;  Ret.    1916. 

Milton  Clarence  Whitaker, 

B.  S.  Univ.  of  Colorado  98;  M.  S  00;  LL.  D. 
13.  1898  Tutor  Chem.;  Res.  1902;  I&IO  Prof. 
Chem.   Engineering — 

Francis  Joseph  White, 

E.   E.   02.      1902  Asst.  F:iec.   Eng,;   Ret.   1903. 


78 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


James  Watson  White, 

M.   D.  Albany  Med.   05.      1915  Instr.   Ophthal- 
mology— 

Sarah  Parker  White, 

A.  M.  15;  M.  D.  N.  Y.  Med.  11.  1915  Asst. 
Philos.— 

Theodore  Greely  White, 

Ph.  D.  99;  Ph.  B.  94;  A.  M.  95.  1896  Asst. 
Mechanics;   Physics;   Ret.  .1900. 

William  Crawford  White, 

M.   D.    12.      1915   Instr.  Clin.    Surg.— 

William  P.  White, 

1908  Lect.   Mech.   Eng.;  Ret.'  1910. 

Ernest  Stagg  Whitin, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  B.  04.  1910  Asst.  Social  Leg- 
islation— 

Charles  Allen  Whiting, 

M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Harvard  91.  1900  Tutor 
Gynaecology;  Ret.   1903. 

James  Raynor  Whiting, 

M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Harvard  93.  1904  Instr. 
Genito-Urinary    Diseases;     Res.     (Feb.)     1907; 

1909  Asst.  Surg.;   1912  Instr.  Urology — 

Mary  Theodora  Whitley, 

Ph.  D.  11;  B.  S.  05;  A.  M.  06.  1914  Asst. 
Prof.   Educ.   Psychology —  * 

Herbert  Percy  Whitlock, 

C.  E.  89.  1891  Asst.  Mineralogy;  Res.  (Dec.) 
1900. 

Royal  Whitman, 

M.  D.  Harvard  82.  1896  First  appt.;  1907  Asst. 
Prof.   Orth.   Surg.— 

David  Day  Whitney, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  M.  06;  A.  B.  Wesleyan  04. 
1907  Asst.   Zool.;  Ret.   1908. 

Louis  Charles  Whiton,  Jr., 

A.  M.  13;  Ph.  B.  Yale  12.  1912  Lab.  Asst. 
Eng.   Chem.;   Ret.    1913. 

Frederick  Wallingford  Whitridge,- 

LL.  B.  78;  A.  B.  Amherst  74;  A.  M.  77.  1883 
Lect.  Adminis.  Law  U.  S.;  1888  Lect.  Const, 
and  Political  History  N.  Y.;  Ret.   1894. 

Herbert  L.  Whittemore, 

B.  S.  Wisconsin  03;  Mech.  E.  10.  J912  Asst. 
Civ.   Eng. — 

Ferdinand  Gerhard  Wiechmann, 

Ph.  D.  82;  Ph.  B.  81.  1883  First  apijt. ;  1886 
Instr.  Chem.  Philos.  and  Chem.  Physics;  Res. 
1897. 

Herbert  Joseph  Wiener, 

M.  D.  10;  A.  B.  Harvard  06.  1915  Asst. 
Med.— 

George  Fergus  Wieser, 

Ph.  B.  Marietta  07;  M.  E.  Cornell  10.  1912 
Instr.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret.   1914. 

Ernest  Nash  Wilcox, 

M.  D.  96;  A.  B.  Williams  93.  1899  Asst. 
Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1901. 


Herbert  Budington  Wilcox, 

M.  D.  92;  A.  B  Yale  98.  1904  Asst.  Clin. 
Pathol,;  Ret.  1905;  1907  Asst.  Clin.  Path,  and 
Dis.  of  Children;  Res.  (Path.)  (Nov.)  1909; 
1913  Instr.  Dis.  Child.— 

Norman  Wilde, 

Ph.  D.  94;  A.  B.  89;  A.  M.  90.  1894  Asst. 
Philos.;  Ret.  1898. 

Gerald  Thomas  Wilkinson, 

A.  B.  Wabash  11;  A.  M.  Harvard  12.  1916 
Instr.    French — 

Arthur  Willey, 

B.  S.  London  Univ.  90.  1892  Tutor  Biol.;  Res. 
1894. 

Friedrich  Otto  Willhoft, 

A.  M.  04;  M.  E.  04;  A.  B.  Leipzig  94.  1914 
First  appt.;     1915  Asst.  Prof.  Mech.  Eng.. — 

Horatio  Burt  Williams, 

A.  B.  Syracuse  0,0;  M.  D.  05.  1911  Assoc. 
Physiol. — ■ 

Jesse  Feiring  Williams, 

M.  D.  IS.  1914  Asst.  Prof.  Physical  Educ. 
(T.   O— ;  Res.    1916. 

John  Paul  Jones  Williams, 

B.  S.  Pennsylvania  98;  M.  S.  99;  C.  E.  Ob. 
1910    Asst.    Prof.    Civil    Eng.;    Ret.    1913. 

Ivinsly  Rudd  Williams, 

A.  M..  99;  M.  D.  99;  A.  B.  Princeton  95.  1902 
Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1903;  1908  Assoc. 
Med.;  Res.    (Jan.)    1914. 

Percy  Herbert  Williams, 

M.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Princeton  97.  1908  Instr. 
Gynaecology — ■ 

Samuel  Robinson  Williams, 

Ph.  D.  06;  Ph.  B.  Iowa  01;  M.  A.  Nebraska 
03.  1906  First  appt.;  1907  Tutor  Physics;  Res. 
1908. 

Talcott  Williams, 

A.  B.  Amherst  73;  A.  M.  83;  L.  H.  D.  96; 
A.  M.  (Hon.)  Pennsylvania  91;  LL.  D.  95; 
L.  H.  D.  Western  Reserve  97;  LL.  D.  09; 
LL,.  D.  Hobart  99;  Litt.  D.  Rochester  02; 
Brown  15;  L.  H.  D.  Pittsburgh  12;  LL.  D. 
Franklin  and  Marshall  15.  1912  (Apr.)  Prof. 
Journalism  and  Dir.  Sch.  JouAialism — 

William  Robert  Williams, 

M.  D.  95;  A.  B.  Williams  89;  A.  M.  92. 
1897  Asst.  Normal  Histology;  Ret.  1899;  1904 
Tutor  Mat.  Med.  and  Therapeutics;  1906  Instr.; 
1908  Asst.  Prof.  Pharmacology  and  Thera- 
peutics;   1913  Assoc.  Prof.   Clin.   Med. — 

George  Faxon  Williamson, 

A.  B.  Univ.  Nebraska  07;  A.  M.  12.  1912 
Asst.   Psychol.;   Ret.   1914. 

Henry  Parker  Willis, 

A.  B.      Chicago    94;    Ph.   D.    97.      1916   Lect. 
•       Finance — 

Albert  Potter  Wills, 

B.  E.  E.  Tufts  94;  Ph.  D.  Clark  97;  Sc.  D. 
11.  .  1903  First  appt.;-  1909  Prof.  Matt 
Physics — 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


79 


Edmund  Beecher  Wilson, 

Ph.  B.  Yale  78;  LL.  D.  01;  Ph.  D.  Johns 
Hopkins  81;  LL.  D.  02;  LL.  D.  Chicago  01; 
■So.  D.  Cambridge. 09;  M.  D.  (Hon.)  Leipsic 
09.  1891  First  appt.;  1894  Prof.  Zool.;  1911 
Da  Costa  Prof. — ;  1905  Dean  Pure  Sci.;  Res. 
1906. 

James  Elijah  Wilson, 

E.  E.  08;  Ph.  B.  Wesleyan  04.  1908  Asst. 
Elec.  Eng.;  Ret.  1909. 

Levi  Thomas  Wilson, 

A.  B.  Washington  and  Lee  09;  A.  M,  10.  1912 
Asst.   Math.;   Ret.   1913. 

Oscar  Raymond  Wilson, 

B.  M.  E.     1899  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  1901. 

Peter  Wilson, 

A.   M.  Aberdeen;   LL.   D.   Union    1798.  1789 

Prof.  Greek  and  Lat.  Lang.;  Res.   1792;  1797 

Prof  Greek  and  Lat.  Lang.;  Emer.  1820;  Died 
1825. 

Curt  Paul  Wimmer, 

A.  M.  09;  Phar.  G.  N.  Y.  Coll.  Phar.  02;  Phar. 
D.  04.  1906  First  appt.;  1910  Asst.  Prof. 
Phar.,   Coll.   Phar.— 

Cora  Marguerite  Winchell, 

B.  S.'  09.  1914  Asst.  Prof.  Household  Arts 
Educ.     (T.    O— 

Clifton  Nichols  Windecker, 

C.  E.  92.  i892  (Dec.)  Asst.  Math.;  Res.  (May) 
1893. 

Fred  Wise, 

M.  D.  04.  1915  Instr.  Dermatology  and 
Syphilology — 

Louis  Elsberg  Wise, 

Ph.  D.  11;  A.  B.  07.  1912  Instr.  Biol.  Chem.; 
Res.  1913. 

Clark  Wissler, 

Ph.  D.  01;  A.  B.  Indiana  97;  A.  M.  99.  1899 
Asst.  Psychol.;  Ret.  1900;  1903  Asst.  Anthrop- 
ology;   1904   Lect.    Anthropology;    Res.    1909. 

Frederick  W.  Witherell, 

S.  B.  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.  00.  1910  Lect.  Civil 
Eng.;    Res.    (Mar.)     1911. 

William  Henry  Woglom, 

M.  D.  01.     1912  Asst.  Prof.  Cancer  Research— 

Elvira  Wood, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  M.  08.  1909  Curator  Geol.;  Ret. 
1911. 

Francis  Carter  Wood, 

M.  D.  94;  B.  S.  Ohio  State  91.  1897  First 
appt.;   1906  Dir.  Cancer  Research — 

Roy  Udell  Wood, 

Met.  E.  14.  1914  Asst.  Metallurgy;  Res.  (Apr.) 
1915. 

Thomas  Denison  Wood, 

M.  D.  91;  A.  B.  Oberlin  88;  A.  M.  91.  1901 
Prof.   Physical   Educ. — 

George  Edward  Woodberry, 

A.  B.  Harvard  77.  1891  Prof.  Comp.  Lit.;  Res. 
1904. 


Frederick    James    Eugene    Wood- 
bridge, 

A.  B.  Amherst  89;  A.  M.  98;  LL.  D.  03; 
LL.  D.  Colorado  15.  1902  Johnsonian  Prof. 
Philosophy — ;    1912  Dean  Grad.   Faculties  and 

Fine,  Arts — 

John  Francis  Woodhull, 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  Yale  80.  1888  Prof.  Physical 
Science  (T.  C.)— 

Leon  Elmer  Woodman, 

A.  B.  Dartmouth  99;  A.  M.  02.  1905  Asst. 
Physics;  Ret.   1907. 

Herbert  Hollingsworth  Woodrow, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Michigan  04.  1907  Lect. 
Psychol.;  1909  (Mar.)  Tutor  Psychology;  Res. 
(June)    1909. 

'  Isaac  Ogden  Woodruff, 

M.  D.  04;  A.  B.,  C.  C.  N.  Y.  00.  1906  First 
appt.;    1910   Instr.    Clin.    Med. — 

Samuel  Hamilton  Woods, 

M.  E.  Cornell  06.  1906  Asst.  Mech.  Eng.;  Ret. 
1907. 

Benjamin  Duryea  Woodward, 

Ph.  D.  91;  A.  B.  88;  A.  M.  89;  B.  6s  S. 
Paris  85;  B.  fe  L.  86.  1890  First  appt.;  1902 
Prof.    Romance    Langs,    and    Lits.;    Res.    1908. 

Robert  Simpson  Woodward, 

Sc.  D.  05;  C.  E.  Michigan  72;  Ph.  D.  92; 
LL.  D.  Wisconsin  04.  1893  Prof  Mechanics; 
1899  Prof.  Mechanics  and  Math.  Physics;  Res. 
1905;   Dean  Pure   Sci.   1895-1905. 

Robert  Sessions  Woodworth,     . 

Ph.  D.  99;  A.  B.  Amherst  91;  A.  B.  Harvard 
96;   A.   M.   97.      1903  First  appt.;    1909  Prof. 
,  Psychol. — 

Mrs.  Mary  Schenck  Woolman, 

Diploma  (T.  C.)  95.  1895  First  appt.  (T.  C.) ; 
1903  Prof.  Domestic  Art  (T.  C.) ;  Res.  1912. 

John  Munro  Woolsey, 

LL.  "B.  01;  A.  B.  Yale  98.  1905  Lect.  Law; 
Res.   1906. 

William  Cavan  Woolsey, 

M.  D.  98.     1914  Asst.  Surg.— 

Ira  Harvey  Woolson, 

E.  M.  85.  1886  First  appt,;  1903  Adj.  Prof. 
Mech.  Eng.;  Res.  1910. 

Ernest  Hunter  Wright, 

Ph.  D.  10;  A.  B.  05;  A.  M  07.  1910  First 
appt.;   1914  Asst.  Prof.   Eng. — 

Withrop  Robins  Wright, 

A.  B.  Michigan  09.  1912  Asst.  Physics;  Res. 
1913. 

Charles  Rapelyea  Wyckoff,  Jr., 

C.  E'.  02;  B.  S.  Bkln.  Polytechnic  Inst.  99. 
1902  Asst.  Civil  Eng.;  Ret.  1903. 

134 
Y 

Cecil  Yampolsky, 

B.  S.  Wisconsin  13.  1914  Research  Asst 
Botany — 


80 


OFFICERS  APPOINTED  BY  THE  TRUSTEES 


Andrew  Benedict  Yard, 

M.    D.    06.    1910   Asst.    Dis.   of   Children;    Ret. 
1912. 

Anna  Baker  Yates, 

A.    M.    13;    A.    B.    Mt.    Holyoke.       1913    Asst. 
Chem.;  Ret.  1915. 

William  Henry  Yates, 

C.  E.   03.      1903   First  appt.;    1904  Tutor  Civil 
Eng.;  Res.   1907. 

George  Helm  Yeaman, 

1872  Lect.  Law;  Ret.  1876. 

Frank  Clark  Yeomans, 

A.  B.  Yale  97;  M.  D.  Cornell  00.     1913  Instr. 
Surg.— 

Joseph  Grant  Yocum, 

M.    D.   01.      1906  Demonstratr.   Physiol.;   Ret. 
1908. 

Abraham  Yohannan, 

Ph.    D.    02;    A.    M.    94;    A.    B.    Urmiah   Coll. 
Persia  70.     1894  Lect.  Oriental  Languages — 

Bert  Edward  Young, 

B.  S.  Vanderbilt  96;  A.  M.  98;  Ph.  D.  Grenoble 
^  04.       191 S    Asst.    Prof.    Romance    Langs,    and 

Lits. —  I 


Clarence    Hoffman   Young, 

Ph.  D.  91;  A.  B.  88;  A.  M.  89.  1892  First 
appt.;  1905  Prof.  Greek-- 

Donnell  Brooks  Young, 

B.  S.  Ataherst  11.  1914  Asst.  Zoology;  Res. 
1916. 

11 

Z 

Sidney  Zandstra, 

Ph.  D.  09;  A.  B.  Hope  03;  B  D.  Princeton 
07.  1909  Gustav  Gottheil  Lect.  .Sem.  I^ngs.; 
Ret.  1910. 

J.  Enrique  Zanetti, 

B.  S.  Harvard  06;  A.  M.  07;  Ph.  D.  09.  1909 
Tutor  Anal.  Chem,;  1910  Instr.  Chem.;  Res. 
1912;    1913  Asst.   Prof.   Clftm.— 

Hans   William   Zinsser, 

M.  D.  03;  A.  B.  99;  A.  M.  03.  1905  First 
appt.;  1908  Instr.  Bacteriol.  and  Hygiene;  Res. 
1910;   Prof.   Bacteriology — 

3 

Total  2146 


Graduates  in  Arts 

1758—1915 


1758 

Joshua  Bloomer,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1758;  A.  M.,  1761;  S.  T.  D.,  1790;  Capt. 
and  Major  Prov.  Regt.  from  Westchester  in 
1759.     d.  1799. 

Isaac  Ogden,* 

Mem.  Prov.  Congr.  N.  J.;  Judge  Supr.  Ct. 
Canada. 

Samuel  Provoost,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1761;  A.  B.,  St.  Peter's  Coll.  England, 
1765;  S.  T.  D.,  Penn.,  1786;  Regent  Univ. 
N.  Y.  S.,  1784-7;  Bishop  P.  E.  Ch.  N.  Y.,  1787- 
1815.     d.   1815 

Joseph  Reade,* 

Mastery   in    Chancery.    N.    J. 

Rudolph  Ritzema,* 

Lt.  Col.  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.  1803. 

Philip  Van  Cortlandt,* 

A.  M.,  1761;  Major  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.  1814. 

Samuel  Verplanck,* 

A.  B.,  1758;  A.  M.,  1763.     d.  1820. 

1759 

William  Hanna,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1759;  A.  M.,  1765,  and  Yale,   1768. 

Epenetus  Townsend,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1759;  A.  M.,  1762.     d.  1779. 

1760 

Samuel  Bayard,* 

A.  M.,  1763;  Dep.  Sec.  of  Colony;  Dep.  Reg. 
of  the  Ordin.  and  Prerog.  Ct.;  Major  H.  B. 
M.  Army.     d.   181 6. 

Anthony  Hoffman,* 

A.  B.,  1760;  A.  M.,  1763;  inem.  of  Legis.  1783; 
Sec,  of  Gov  of  the  Province;  Regent  Univ. 
N.   Y.    S.,    1784-7. 

Philip  Livingston,* 

A.  B.,  1760;  A.  M.,  1763;  mem.  N.  Y.  Prov. 
Congr.     d.   1808. 

John  Marston,* 

A.  B.,  1760;  A.  M.,  1763. 

Robert  Watts,* 

A.  B.,  1760;  A.  M.,  1763. 


Isaac  Wilkins,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1760;  A.  M.,  1763;  S.  T.  D.,  1811;  mem. 
Genl.  Assemb.  of  N.  Y.   1772-5.     d.   1830. 

1761 

Henry  Holland,* 

A.  B.,  1761;  A.  M.,  1764;  mem.  N.  Y.  Legis., 
1761-9. 

Anthony  Lispenard,* 

Pres.  Elector,   1800.     d.   1806. 

Henry  Van  Dyck,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1761;  A.  M.,  1764;  S.  T.  D.,  Rutgers 
Coll.,   1792.      d.    1804. 

1762 

Edward  Antill,* 

A.  B.,  1762;  A.  M.,  1765;  Eng.  Off.  Siege  of 
Quebec;  Lt-Col.  Canadian  Regt.,  1779-81,  and 
Contl.  Infantry,   1781-3.     d.   1789. 

Henry  Cuyler,* 

A.  B.,  1762;  A.  M.,  1765. 

William  Cornelius  George,* 

A.  B.,  1762;  A.  B.,  Yale,  1762. 

John  Grinnell,* 

Capt.  3d  Regt.,  N.  Y.  Contl.  Artillery,  1775-6. 

Alexander  Leslie,* 

A.  B.,  1762;  A.  M.,  1765;  Master  Gram.  Sch. 
King's  Coll. 

Leonard  Lispenard,* 

•Del.  Prov.  Congr.  N.  Y.,  1775;  Regent  Univ. 
N.  Y.  S.,  1784-7.     d.  1790. 

William     Benjamin     NicoH     Mave- 
rick,* 

Daniel  Robert,* 

H.  B.  M.  Atty.-Gen.  for  St.  Christopher's. 

1763 

Barent  Cuyler,* 

A.  B.,  1763;  A.  M.,  1766; 

Abraham  De  Peyster.* 

A.  B.,  1763;  A.  M.,  1766;  Capt.  H.  B.  M.  Army: 
Treas.  Colony  of  New  Brunswick,     d.   1789. 


81 


82 


COLUMBIA   COLLEGE 


[1764-70 


1764 

Richard  Harison,* 

A.  B.,  1764;  A.  M.;  sec.  Regents  of  the 
Univ.,  1784-90;  D.  C.  L.,  Univ.  Oxford;  Del.  to 
N.  Y.  Copstitut.  Conv.,  1788;  mem.  N.  Y.  As- 
semb.,  1788-9;  U.  S.  Dist  Atty.  N.  Y.,  1789- 
i8oi;  Recorder  N.  Y.  City,  1798-1801.  d. 
1829. 

John  Jay,* 

A.  B.,  1764;  A.  M.,  1767;  LL.  D.,  Harvard, 
1790;  Brown,  1794,  and  Edinburgh,  1792;  Del. 
to  Congr.  1774-1775;  mem.  Prov.  Conv.  N.  Y., 
1776;  Ch.-Just.  N.  Y.,  1777;  Pres.  National 
Congr.,  1778;  Min.  Plenipo.  to  Spain,  1779; 
U.  S.  Peace  Commr.  1781-3;  U.  S.  Sec.  For. 
Aff.,  1784;  Del.  to  Congr.,  1784;  Regent  Univ. 
N.  Y.  S.,  1784-90;  Del.  to  Fed.  Constit.  Conv., 
1787;  Del.  to  N.  Y.  S.  Constit.  Conv.,  1788; 
Ch.-Just,  U.  S.,  1789-94;  U.  S.  Envoy  Ex.  to 
Gt.  Britain,  1794;  Governor  N.  Y.,  1795-1801. 
d.  1829. 

1765 

Egbert  Benson,* 

A.  B.,  1765;  A.  M.,  1768;  LL.  D.  Union,  1779; 
Harvard,  1808  and  Dartmouth,  1811;  mem. 
Prov.  Conv.  N.  Y.,  1776;  Atty.-Gen.  N.  Y., 
1777-87;  Del.  to  Contl.  Congr.,  1781-4;  Regent 
Univ.  N.'  Y.  S.,  1782-1802;  Bound.  Commr.  bet. 
N.  Y.  and  Mass.,  1784;  and  bet.  N.  Y.  and 
Conn.,  1790;  Rep.  in  Congr.,  1789-92,  1S13; 
N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1788;  Judge  Supr.  Ct.  N.  Y., 
1794-1801;  Ch.  Judge  U.  S.  Circ.  Ct.,  N.  Y., 
1801-2.     d.   1833. 

Richard  Grant,* 

Garrison  Chaplain,  St.  Johns. 

Robert  R.  Livingston,* 

A.  B.,  1765;  A.  M.,  1768,  and  Princeton;  LL. 
D.  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  179J;  Recorder  N.  Y.  City, 
1773;  Del.  to  Contl.  Congr.,  1 775-7,  1 779-8 1; 
mem.  N.  Y.  Constit.  Conv.,  1777;  Chanc.  N. 
Y.,  1777-1801;  U.  S.  Sec.  For.  Aff.,  1781-3; 
Regent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  1784-7;  Del.  to  Fed. 
Constit.  Conv.,  1787;  U.  S.  Min.  Plenipo.  to 
France,   1801-4.     d.   1813. 

Henry  Lloyd,* 

A.  B.,  1765;  A.  M.,  1769.     d.  1825. 

Arent  Schuyler* 

1766 
James  Barclay,* 

A.  B.,  1766;  A.  M.,  1769;  H.  B.  M,  Army. 

Gerard  Beekman,* 

A.  B.,  1766;  A.  M.,  1769;  Lieut.  Ind.  N  Y. 
Militia,    1776.     d.    1822. 

Richard  Nicholls  Golden,* 

Ensign  42d  Royal  Highlanders,  1767-72;  Surv. 
of  Customs,  N.  Y.     d.  1777. 

Richard  D'Ollier* 
Edward  Nicoll,* 

A.  B.,  1766;  A.  M.,  1769;  Lieut.  N.  Y.  Militia, 
1776. 


John  Ray,* 


A.  B.,  IJ66;  A.  M.,  1773. 


H^nry  Rutgers,* 

Lt.  N.  Y.  Militia,  1775;  Lt.  Malcolm's  Regt. 
N.  Y.  Vol.  Infry.,  1776;  mem.  AssCmb.  N.  Y., 
1784,  1800-5,  1807-8;  Regent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S., 
1802-26;  Trustee  Princeton,  1804-17;  Pres.  Elec- 
tor, 1808,  1816,  1820;  Pres.  of  Electors,  1816 
and    1820.     d.l830. 

John  Troup,* 

A.  B.,  1766;  A.  M.,  1769.     d.  1775. 

John  Troup,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1766;  A.  M.,  1769.     d.  1817. 

John  Vardill,"  Rev.,* 

A.   B.,    1766;   A.   M.,   1769.     d.    1811. 

John  Watts,* 

A.  B.,  1766;  A.  M.,  1769;  mem.  Assemb  N.  Y., 
1788-9  and  Speaker,  1791-2-3,  Judge  Westches- 
ter Co.  N.  Y.,  Recorder  N.  Y.  City,  1774-6. 
d.  1836. 

1767 

William  Laight,* 

A.  B.,  1767;  A  M.,  1770;  Asst.  Brigade  Mai. 
H.  B.  M.  A.     d.  1B04. 

Peter  Van  Schaack,* 

A.  B.,  1767;  A.  M.,  1773;  LL.  D.,  1826;  Commr. 
for  Revising  Colonial  Statutes  N.  Y.,  1773.  d. 
1832. 

1768 

Charles  Doughty,* 

A.  B.,  1768;  A.  M.,  1771;  M.  D.,  1772;  Surg. 
in  British   Regt.;   Loyal   Vols,   in  N.   Y. 

James  Ludlow,* 

A.  M.,  1771. 

Benjamin  Moore,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1768;  A.  M.,  1771;  S  T.  D.,  1789; 
Regent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  1787-1802;  Bishop  P.  E. 
Ch.  N.  Y.,  1801-16.     d.  1816, 

Gouverneur  Morris,* 

A.  B.,  1768;  A.  M.,  1771;  mem.  Prov.  Conv. 
N.  Y.,  1775;  Del.  to  Contl.  Congr.,  1777-80;  Asst. 
Supt.  Finance,  1781-5;  Del.  to  Fed.  Constit. 
Conv.,  1787;  U.  S  Special  Commr.  to  Eng., 
1789-92;  U.  S.  Min  to  France,  1792-4;  U.  S. 
Sen.,  1800-3;  Canal  Commissioner  of  N.  Y., 
1810-15.     d.  1816. 

John  Stevens,* 

A.  B.,  1768;  A.  M.,  1771;  Treas.  New  Jersey, 
1776-9;  Builder  of  the  first  locomotive,    d.  1838. 

Gulian  Verplanck,* 

Mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1788-91,  1796-7,  and 
Speaker,  1790,  1796-7;  Recent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.. 
1790-9;  Pres.  Bank  of  N.  Y.,  1791-9.     d.  1799. 

1769 

Caleb  Cooper,* 

A.  B.,  1769;  A.  M.,  1771,  and  Princeton  1771. 

1770 

James  Creighton,* 

A.  B.,  1770;  A.  M.,  1773. 


1770-75] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


83 


John  Doughty,  Rev.,* 

d.   1841. 

Jonathan  Graham,* 

A.   B.,    1770;   A.    B,,   Yale   1770. 

Richard  Harris,* 

A.  B.,  1770;  A.  M.     d.  1780. 

WiUiam  Hubbard,* 

A.  B.,  1770;  A.  M.,  1773;  mem.  Prov.  Assemb., 
Ch.-Just.  Ct.  Com.  Pleas  and  Judge  Ct.  Claims* 
Nova    Scotia,     d.    1813. 

Stephen  L,ush,* 

A.  B.,  1770;  A.  M.,  1773;  Capt.  N  Y.  Vols., 
1776;  Actg.  Judge  Adv.  Contl.  Army,  1777;  N. 
Y.  Assemb.,  1792-3,  1803-6,  N.  Y.  Sen.,  1801-2. 
d.  1825. 

John  Rutgers  Marshall,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1770;  A.  M.,  1773. 

Philip  Pell,* 

A.  B.,  1770;  A  M.,  1773;  Lieut.  N.  Y.  Vols., 
1776;  Deputy  Judge  Adv.  Contl.  Army,  1777; 
N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1779-81,  1784-6;  Judge  Adv. 
Gen.  U.  S.  A.,  1781-3;  Regent  Univ.  N.  Y  S., 
1784-7;  Surrogate  Westchester  Co.,  1787-1800; 
mem.  Congress,  1788.     d.  1911. 

1771 

Ichabod  Best  Barnat,* 

A.  B.,  1771;  A.  M.,  1774. 

Clement  Cooke  Clarke,* 

A.  B.,  1771;  A.  M.,  1774. 

John  Copp,* 

A.  B.,  1771;  A.  M.,  1774;  1st  Lieut.  1st  Regt. 
N.  Y.  Contl.  Infy.,  1775;  Capt.  Nicholson's 
Contl.  Regt.  at  Quebec,  1776;  Capt.  1st.  Regt. 
N.  Y.  Contl.  Infy.,  1776-9. 

Henry  De  Wint,* 

A.  B.,  1771;  A.  M.,  1774. 

Thomas  Knox* 
John  Searle,* 

A.  B.,  1771;  A.  M.,  1774. 

1772 

Thomas  Barclay,* 

Maj.  H.  B.  M.  Army,  1777;  Speaker  Assemb. 
Nova  Scotia;  Adj.  Gen.  Nova  Scotia,  British 
Commr.  under  "Jay's  Treaty"  and  under  Treaty 
of  Ghent,  British  Consul  Gen.  at  N.  Y.,  1799- 
1812.    d.  1830. 

John  Bowden,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1772;  A.  M.,  1775;  S.  T.  D.,  1797.  d. 
1817. 

John  King,* 

Commissary,  H.  B.  M.  Army,  1799;  Commr.  of 
Police,  N.  Y 

Nicholas  OgdCn,* 

Adj.  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.  1812. 

Peter  Roebuck,* 

A.  B.,  1772;  A.  M.,  1775. 

Andrew  Skeene,* 

Suba'.tern  H.  B.  M.  6th .  Dragoons  and  Capt; 
9th  Dragoon^     d.   1826. 


1773 

Cornelius  Bogert,* 

Lt.  N.  Y.  Ind.  Forces,   1776.     d.   183^. 

Frederick  Philipse,* 

Capt.  Dragoons  British  Army.     d.  1785. 

Nathaniel  Philipse,* 

Ensign  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.   1777. 

Beverly  Robinson,* 

Lt.-Col.  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.  ,1816. 

Thomas  Shreve,  Rev.,* 

d.    1816. 

1774 

Isaac  Abrahams* 

Robert  Nicholls  Auchmuty,* 

Officer  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.  1813. 

'William  Chandler,* 

Capt.  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.   1784. 

Edward  Dunscomb,* 

Lieut.  1st  Regt.  N.  Y.  Militia  Vol.  Infy.,  1775-6; 
Lt.  4th  Regt.  N.  Y.  Militia  Vol.  Infy.,  1775-6; 
Lt.  4th  Regt.  N.  Y.  Contl.  Infy.,  1776  and 
Capt.-Lieut.,  1778  and  Capt.,  1780-1';  Sheriii 
N.  Y.  City,  1810-11.  ■  d.  1814. 

Nicholas  Heyliger* 
John  Jauncey* 
Henry  Nicoll* 
George  Ogilvie,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.  Princeton,   1788.     d.   1797. 

John  Rapelje* 
Benjamin  Seaman* 
Edward  Stevens,* 

M.  D.  elsewhere;  Special  Commr.  to  San 
Domingo,   1793. 

Robert  Troup,* 

LL;  D.  elsewhere;  2d  Lt.  1st  'Bfi.gt.  N.  Y. 
Militia  Vol.  Infy.,  1775;  Capt.-Lieut.  2d  Regt. 
Contl.  Corps  Art'y,  1777;  Maj.  and  Aide  to 
Maj.-Gen.  Gates,  1777;  Lt.-Col.  and  Depy. 
Muster  Master-Gen.,  .1777;  Sec.  to  Board  of 
War,  1778-9;  Judge  U.  S.  Dist.  Ct.  N.  Y., 
1796.     d.   1832., 

1775 

William  Amory* 
Richard  Auchmuty,* 

Surgeon  H.  B.  M.  Army.     d.  1782. 

Samuel  Auchmuty,* 

G.  C.  B.  Adj.-Gen.  52d  Re"t.  H.  B.  M.  Army; 
Gov.  of  Isle  of  Thanet,  1802;  Brig-Gen.  Comm. 
British  Forces  at  Capture  of  Montevideo,  1806; 
Maj.-Gen.  Comm.  at  Madras,  Lt.-Gen.  in  com- 
mand at  capture  of  Java,  Gen.  Comm.  .  the 
Forces  in  Ireland  in   1822.'     d    1822. 


84 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1775-86 


William  Cock,*    ' 

A.    B.,    1775;    A.    M.,    1790. 

Joseph  Griswold* 

John  William  Livingston,* 

Lt.    N.    Y,    Independ.    Forces    1776.      d,    1829. 

Jacobus  Remsen* 

1776 
Samuel  Bayard* 
James  Devereux* 
Peter  Kissam* 
Matthias  Nicoll,* 

d.  1827. 

Peter  Ogden* 
Marinus  Willett* 

On  April  6,  1776,  the  College  buildings  were 
occupied  for  military  purposes.  The  College 
did  not  fully  resume  its  functions  until  the  plose 
of  the  war,  and  no  degrees  were  conferred  until 
1786.  The  following  candidates  had  been  ad- 
mitted, but  did  not  complete  their  course  on 
account  of  the  disturbed  state  of  nublic  affairs. 

In  1774 

Thomas  Atwood* 
John  Brickell* 
David  Clarkson* 
Samuel  Deall* 
James  De  Peyster,* 

Lt.  and  Capt.  H.  B.  M.  Army.      d.   1793. 

John  Gaine,* 

d.    1787. 

Alexander  Hamilton,* 

A.  B.,  1774;  A.  M.  (Hon.),  1788  and  Harvard, 
1792;  LL.  D  Dartmouth  Coll.,  1790;  Prince- 
ton, 1791;  Harvard,  1792,  and  Rutgers  Coll., 
1791;  Capt.  U.  S.  A.,  1776;  Lt.-Col.  staff  of 
Washington,  1777;  mem.  Congress,  1782;  Regent 
Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  1784-7;  N.  Y.  Leg.,  1786;  Del.  to 
U.  S.  Constit.  Conven.,  1787;  Secretary 
Treasury  U.  S.,  1789-95;  Maj.-Gen.  U.  S.  A., 
1798.     d.  1804. 

Ti'istrim  Lowther* 
Schuyler  L,upton* 
Edward  Cornwallis  Moncrieff* 
Daniel  Moore,* 

Ensign  16th  N.  Y.  Regt.,  1778. 

Paul  Randall* 
Nicholas  Romayne* 
Jacob  Shaw* 


Horatio  Smith* 
James  Stiles* 
John  Whitaker,* 

Ensign  Goshen  Regt.  Militia,  1776;  Capt.,  1783. 

In  1775 

Benjamin  Kissam,* 

M.  D.  elsewhere,     d.  1803. 

Thomas  Groesbeck  Lynch* 
Thomas  Lambert  Moore,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1790.     d.  1799. 

Jacob  Morris,* 

A.  D,  C.  to  Genl.  Greene;  mem.  N.  Y.  Senate 
and  Assembly. 

Augustus  Nicoll* 
Marinus  Oudenaarde* 
Peter  Oudenaarde* 
Edward  Therin* 

1777 
James  Delancy  Walton,* 

Admiral  H.   B.   M.  Navy.     d.   1834. 

William  Walton,* 

d.   1806. 


1786 

John  Bassett,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.  Yale,  1786;  A.  M.,  1789;  S.  T.  D.  Wil- 
liams Coll,  1804,  Prof  Rutgers  Coll,  1797-1815, 
and  Trustee,  1788-1824.     d.   1824. 

De  Witt  Clinton,* 

A.  B.,  1786;  A.  M.,  1789;  LL.  D.,  1826; 
Rutgers  Coll.,  1812,  and  Ohio  1825;  N.  Y.  ^ 
Assemb,  1797;  N.  Y.  Sen.,  1798-1802,  1805-11; 
mem.  Constit.  Conv.  N  Y.,  1801;  U.  S.  Sen., 
1802-4,  Mayor  N.  Y.  City  1803-7,  1809-10, 
181MS;  Regent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  1808-25; 
Lt.-Gov.,  1811-13;  N.  Y.  Canal  Commr.,  1816-24, 
Gov.    N.  .Y.    1817-21,    1825-28.     d.    1828. 

Abraham  Hun,* 

A.  B.,  1786;  A.  M.,  1789. 

George  Livingston* 
Philip  H.  Livingston,* 

A.  B.,  1786;  A.  M.,  1789.    d.  1831. 

Samuel  Smith,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1786;  A.  M.— .     d.   1831. 

Peter  Steddiford,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1786;  A.  M.,  1789;  Trustee  Rutgers 
Coll.,    1788-1826.     d.    1826. 

Francis  Sylvester,*  . 

A.  B.,   1786;   A.  M..   1789. 


1787-91] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


85 


1787 

Samuel  Boyd* 
Nicholas  Fonda,* 
John  Gary  Ludlow,* 

A.  B.,  1787;  A.  M.,  1793. 

Henry  Cruger  Van  Schaack,* 

d.  1797. 

John  W.  Yates,* 

d.   1828. 

1788 

James  Cochran,* 

-  A.  B.,  1788;  A.  M.,  1791;  Repr.  in  Congr., 
1797-9;  Regent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  1796-1820;  N.  Y. 
Senate,   1814-18.     d.    1848. 

John  Eccles* 

Peter  Schuyler  Livingston,* 

A.  B.,  1788;  A.  B.  Yale  and  Princeton,  1788, 
and  Harvard,  1790;  A.  M.,  1791.     d.  1807. 

Brandt  Schuyler  Lupton,  Rev.,* 

d.  1790. 

Daniel  Crommelin  Verplanck,* 

A.  B.,  1788;  A.  M.,  1788;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1803- 
9.     d.    1844. 

1789 

John  T.  Bainbridge* 
James  Chatham  Duane,* 

Trustee  Union.    1805-43.     d.    1843. 

William  Hurst* 
Henry  Izard* 
William  Lupton,  Jr.,* 

d.     1855. 

John  Mitchell  Mason,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.  Princeton,  1794;  S.  T.  D.,  Penn.,  1804; 
Pres.  Dickinson,  1821-24.     d.  1829. 

Matthew  Mesier,* 

Mem.  N.  Y.  Assembly,  1820. 

Peter  Mesier* 
John  Remsen* 
John  Peter  Van  Ness,* 

A.  B.,  1789;  A.  M.,  1845;  Repr.  in  Congr., 
1801-3;  Mayor  City  of  Washington,  1830-4.  d. 
1846. 

1790 

David  Schuyler  Bogart,  Rev.,* 

A.   B.   Princeton,    1791.     d.    1839. 

Marmaduke  Earle,  Rev.,* 

d.   1832. 

Jonathan  Freeman,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1790;  A.  M.  (Hon.),  1800,  and  Prince- 
ton, 1809.     d    1822. 


George  Graham,* 

Capt.  U.  S.  A.,  1812;  Chief  Clerk  U.  S.  War 
Dept.,  1813-15;  and  Actg.  Sec,  1815-17;  Commr. 
U.   S.  Land  Office,   1823-30.     d.   1830. 

John  Graham,* 

Mem.  Ky.  Leg.,  Sec.  Territory  of  Orleans; 
Sec.  Am.  Legation  to  Spain;  Chief  Clerk  U.  S. 
State  Dept.,  1801-9;  U.  S.  Min.  to  Portugal, 
1817-20.     d.   1820. 

Frederick  Halsey,* 

1791 
Peter  Anderson,* 

A.  B.,  1791;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  1795. 

Anthony  Bleefcker,* 

A  ■"  1791;  A.  M.,  1797;  Examiner  in  Chancery, 
d.   1827. 

William  Bleecker* 
William  Temple  Broome,* 

A.  B.,  1791;  A.  M.,  1797. 

Walter  L.  Cochran* 
Pierre  Edward  Fleming,* 

A.  B.,   1791;   A.  M.,   1797. 

William  Hendell,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.,  1828. 

Cave  Jones,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1791;  A.  M.,  179i  5.  T.  D.  elsewhere, 
d.  1829. 

Isaac  Knevils* 
John  Knevils* 
Lancaster  Lupton,* 

d.   1803. 

John  W.  Mulligan,* 

A  B..  1791;  A.  M.,  1834;  Surrogate  N.  Y. 
City,  1810;  Clerk  N.  Y.  Co.,  1813-15;  U.  S.  Con- 
sul at  Athens,  Greece,   1848.     d.   1864. 

Charles  Ludlow  Ogden,* 

d.  1826. 

Thomas  Ludlow  Ogden,* 

d.  1844. 

Daniel  Paris,* 

N.  Y.  Sen.,  1810-13. 

George  Rapelje,* 

d.  1835. 

Frederic  Van  Home,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1795. 

William  Beekman  Verplanck,* 

Mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb,  1796-8;  Co.  Judge  Orange 
Co.  N.   Y.,    1807-23.     d.   1804. 

Nathan  Herrick  White,* 

A.   B.,    1791;   A.   M.,    1795. 

Jesse  Woodhull,  Jr.,* 

d.    1815. 

James  Woods,* 

A.   B.,   1791;  A.  M.,   1804. 


86 


COLUMBIA   COLLEGE 


[1792-94 


1792 

Gerard  Beekman* 
Cornelius  B  rower,  Rev.,* 

d.  1845. 

Alexander  Hosack,* 

A.  B.,  1792;  M.  D.,  1797. 

John  Barent  Johnson,  Rev.,* 

d.    1803. 

James  Witter  Nicholson,* 

d.   1851. 

John  L.  Norton* 
Jotham  Post,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1792;  A.  it.,  179S;  M.  D.,  1793;  mim. 
N.  Y.  Asserab.,  1795,  1805-8;  Repr.  in  Congr. 
1813-15.  d.  1817. 

Alexander  Proudfit,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1792;  A.  M.  Union,  1792;  S.  T.  D. 
Middlebury  Coll.,  1811,  and  Williams  Coll., 
1812;  Trustee  Union,   1798-1844.     d.  1844. 

Jacob  Sickles,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1792;  A  M.,  Union,  1797,  and  S.  T.  D. 
Rutgers  Coll.,   1832.     d.   1845. 

Samuel  Smith,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1792;  A.  M.,  Union,  1797,  and  Trustee, 
1795-1800. 

George  Taylor* 
William.  Taylor* 

1793 

John  Brower* 
George  Clinton,  Jr.,* 

Del.  Const.  Conv.,  1801;  mem.  N.  Y.  Assembly, 
1804-5;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1805-9. 

William  Cutting,* 

SheriiT  N.   Y.  City,   1807-8.     d.  1820. 

Cornelius  Decker,  Jr.* 
George  I.  Eacker,* 

A.  B.,  1793;  A.  M.,  1797. 

Samuel  Gilford,  Jr.* 
Charles  D.  Goold,* 

A.  B.,   1793;  A.  M.,  1797. 

Robert  Heaton,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1793;  A.  M.,  1797. 

John  I.  Johnson* 
Samuel  Jorles,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1793;  LL.  D.,  1826;  A.  B.  Yale,  1790; 
LL.  D.  Union,  1841 ;  mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1812- 
14;  Recorder  N.  Y,  City,  1823;  Chancellor  N.  Y. 
S.,  1826-8;  Ch.-Just.  Supr.  Ct.  N.  Y.,  1828-48; 
Justice  Supreme  Ct.  N.  Y.,  1847-9.     d.   1SS3. 

Edward  William  Laight,* 

Mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1816. 


Henry  William  Ludlow* 
Henry  Masterson* 
Philip  Milledoler,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1793;  A.  M.,  1797;  S.  T.  D.  Penn.; 
Pres,  Rutgers  Coll.,  1825-40,  and  Trustee,  1815- 
40.     d.   1852.  > 

John  NichoU,* 

A.  B.,  1793;  A.  M.,  1797. 

Robert  B.  Norton* 
Abraham  Ogden,* 

d.   1846. 

James  Parker,* 

Mem.  N.  J.  Leg.,  Boundary  Commr.  N.  J.,  1807, 
1827,  1833;  Pres.  Elector  N.  J.,  1824;  U.  S. 
Collector  Pettli  Amboy,  N.  J.,  1829-33;  Repr.  in 
Congr.,  1833-37;  mem.  of  the  Constit.  Conv.  N. 
J.,  1844.    d.  1868. 

Jonathan  Pearsee,  Jr.* 
Valentine  H.  Peters* 
•John  S.  Schermerhorn* 
Gilbert  Smith,* 

A.  B.,  1793;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

Thomas  R.  Smith* 
James  S.  Stringham,* 

A.  M.,  1797;  M.  D.  Edinburgh,  1799;  Prof.  CoU. 
Phys.  and  Surg.  N.  Y.,  ^813-17.     d.  1817. 

Thomas  Thompson* 

Cornelius  Augustus  Van  Home* 

Elias  Brevoort  Woodward* 

1794 
William  Cocks* 
John  E.  Fisher* 
John  Forbes,* 

Commr.  for  improving  and  laying  out  city  of 
N.    Y.,    1808-24.     d.    1824. 

Levi  P.  Graham* 
Montgomery  Hunt,* 

Pres.  Elector,  1816.     d.  1837. 

Jacob  Jones  Janeway,  Rev.,* 

A.  M,,  1797;  S.  T.  D.  elsewhere;  V.-Pres.  Rut- 
gers Coll.,  1833-9;  Trustee  Rutgers  Coll.  and 
Princeton;  Dir.  Princeton  Theol.  Sem.     d.  1858. 

Peter  Augustus  Jay,* 

A.  B.,  1794;  A.  M.,  LL.  D.,  1835;  A.  M.  Yale, 
1798;  LL.  D  Harvard,  1831;  mem.  N.  Y.  As- 
semb., 1816;  Recorder  N.  Y.  C,  1819-20;  mem. 
N.  Y.  Constit.  Conv.,  Ex.-Pres.  N.  Y.  Hist. 
Soc,    d.  1843. 

Cyrus  King,* 

Repr.  in  Congr.,  1813-17.     d.  1817. 


1794-96] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


87 


Leffert  Lefferts,  Jr.,* 

County  Clerk,  Kings  Co.  N.  Y.,  1800-5;  dommr. 
in  Chancery,  1805-23;  Judge  Ct.  Com.  Pleas 
Kings  Co.  N.  Y.,  1823-31.     d.  1847. 

Jacob  Ogden  Mackie* 
Samuel  B.  Malcolm* 
Gilbert  Milligan,* 

A.  B.,  1794;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

John  B.  Stringham,* 

A.  B.,   1794;   M.  D.  elsewhere. 

Peter  Gerard  Stuyvesant,* 

Ex-Pres.  N.  Y.  Hist.  Soc.    d.  1847. 

Thomas  Ustick* 

1795 
George  Barculoo,  Rev.,* 

d.  1832.  ^ 

'  James  Bowdoine   (Formerly  James 
Bowdoine  Temple),* 

Capt.  H.  B.   M.  Army.     d.   1842. 

Philip  Duryee,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  179S;  S.  T.  D.  Rutgers  Coll.,  1834,  and 
Trustee,    1840-50.     d.    1850. 

Bernard  Elliott* 
John  J.  Faesch* 
John  Ferguson,* 

Mayor  N.  Y.  City,  1815;  U.  S.  Naval  Off.  N. 
Y.     d.  1832. 

Thomas  Herrifig,* 

A.  B.,  1795;  A.  M.,  1798. 

James  Inglis,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.,  Princeton,  1811.      d.  1820. 

Nicholas  Jones,  Rev.* 
Adolph  C.  Lent,* 

A.  B.,  1795;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  1798. 

John  Blair  Linn,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1795;  A.  M.,  1798  and  Union,  1797;  S.  T. 
D.,'  Penn,    1803.     d.    1804. 

;John  H.  Meier,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1795;  A.  M.,  1804.     d.  1806. 

Silvanus  Miller,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1808;  Surrogate  N.  Y.  City, 
1801-7,  1808-10,  1811-21;  Examiner  in  Chanc. 
d.  1861. 

John  Morrison* 
Alexander  Phoenix,  Rev.,* 

d.  1863. 

Sidney  Phoenix,* 

d.  1804. 

Thomas  Phoenix,* 

Dist.  Atty.  N.  Y.  City,   1835-38. 


Robert  Remsen* 

John  Brodhead  Romeyn,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  Union,  1797;  S.  T.  D.,  Princeton,  1809, 
and  Trustee,  1809-25.     d.  1825. 

William  Ross,* 

Speaker  N.  J.  Assemb. 

Henry  Sands,* 

A.  B:,  1795;  A.  M-.,  1798: 

Benjamin  Seaman* 
Daniel  D.  Tompkins,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb,  1801;  mem.  N.  Y.  Constit. 
Conv.,  1801;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1805-7;  Just.  Supr. 
Ct  N.  Y.,  1804J  Gov.  N.  Y.,  1807-17;  V.-Pres. 
U.  S.,  1817-25;  Pres.  Constit.  Conv.  N.  Y., 
1821.     d.  1825. 

Pierre  Cortlandt  Van  Wyck,* 

Dist.  Atty.,  N.  Y.  City,  1817-19;  Rec,  N.  Y. 
City,   1806,   1808-9,  1811-12. 

Effingham  Warner,  Rev.,* 

d.  1799. 

Rensselaer  Westerlo,* 

Repr.  in  Cong.  1817-19.     d.  1851. 

1796 

David  Barclay* 
Henry  Cruger,  Jr.* 
Philip  Fisher* 
Andrew  S.  Garr,* 

d.  1859. 

David  S.  Jones,* 

Sec.  Bd.  of  Regents  Univ.  of  N.  Y.,  1797-8; 
LL.  D.,  Allegheny,  Corporation  Counsel  N.  Y. 
City,  1813-16;  Trustee  Gen.  Theol.  Sem.  P.  E. 
Ch.,  1822-48;  Judge  Queens  Co.  N.  Y.,  1840-1. 
d.  1848. 

Edward  P.  Livingston,* 

N.  Y.  Sen.,  1809-12,  1823-24;  Lt.  Gov.  N.  Y., 
1831-33;  Regent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  1827-31;  Pres. 
Elector,  1820  and  1832;  Pres.  Board,  1832.  d. 
1843. 

Samuel  Nicholson* 
Gouverneur  Ogden,* 

d.  1851. 

William  Rattoone* 
Josiah  Shippey,  Jr.* 
Charles  Taylor* 
William  Turk,* 

A.  B.,  1796;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

Lawrence  Van  Buskirk* 
Adrian  C.  Van  Slyck* 
John  Watts* 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1797-1800 


1797 

William  Bard,* 

d.   1853. 

Robert  Boyd* 
Archibald  Bruce,* 

M.  D.  Edinburgh,  1800;  Prof.  Coll.  Phys.  and 
Surg.  N.  Y.,  1807-8  and  Trustee,  1807-11;  Prof. 
Queen's  Coll.   N.  J.,   1812-18.     d.    1818. 

George  William  Clinton,* 

Repr.  in  Congr,  1804-9. 

Henry  C.  Ktinze* 
Abraham  R.  Lawrence,* 

U.   S.  Appraiser  Pt.  of  N.  Y.,   1818-22. 

William  Le  Conte* 

Isaac  A.  Van  Hook,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1803.' 

William  Peter  Van 'Ness,* 

Del.  Const.  Conv.,  1801;  Judge  U.  S.  Dist.  Ct. 
S.  Dist.  N.  Y.,  1812-26.     d.   1826. 

1798 

Joseph  Bainbridge* 
Thomas  Bay* 
George  BrinckerhoiF,* 

A.  B.,  1798;  A.  M.  — . 

Jacob  V.  Brower,* 

A.  B.,  1798;  A. -M.,  1801;  M.  D.,  1802. 

Rudolph  Bunner,* 

•     Repr.  in   Congr.   1827-9.     d.    1837. 

David  Cod  wise,* 

LL.  D.,  Lafayette  .Coll.,  1855;  Mast,  in  Chanc. 
d.  1864. 

George  Davis,* 

A.  B.,  1798;  A.  M.,   1801. 

Charles  Graham,* 

d.    1838. 

John  Treat  Irving,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1816-17,  1819-20;  First  Judge  Ct 
Common  Pleas  N.  Y.,  1817-38.     d,  1838. 

Philip  L.  Jones* 
William  B.  Keese* 
Washington  McKnight,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1804. 

Clement  Clarke  Moore,* 

A,  B.,  1798;  A.  M.,  1801;  LL.  D.,  1829;  Prof. 
Gen.  Theol.  Sem.,  1821-50  and  Prof.  Emeritus. 
1860.     d.    1863. 

Samuel  Moore,* 

M.  D.,  elsewhere. 

William  Ogden* 

William  Rhinelander,*        ^ 

A,  B.,  1798;  A.  M,  1804. 


Lewis  Sands* 
James  Walsh* 


1799 


John  Christie,  Rev.,* 

d.  1845. 

Peter  Ditmarse  Froeligh,  Rev.,* 

d.   1827. 

Lewis  Le  Conte,* 

d.  1838.  \ 

James  Livingston* 
James  Lynch,* 

Just.  Mar.  Ct.  N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas  Thornton  Mackaness,* 

A.   M.,   1802.     d.    1805. 

James  R.  Manley,* 

A.  B.,  1799;  A.  M.,  1802;  M.  D.,  1803;  Pres. 
N.   Y.    S.   Med.   Soc,   1825-26.     d.   1851. 

Philip  Frederick  Mayer,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.,   1837  and  Penn.,   1823.     d.   1857. 

Alexander  Murray* 
Stephen  Price* 
Samuel  Riker,  Jr.,* 

d.  1811. 

Jacob  Schoonmaker,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1802;  S.  T.  D.  Dickinson,  1831.     d.  1852. 

Arthur  J.  Stansbury,* 

d.  1845. 

Peter  I.  Van  Pelt,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1799;  A.  M.,  1803;  S.  T.  D.  Rutgers  Coll., 
1834.  d.  1861. 

Abraham  Varick,  Jr.,* 

d.  1835. 

John  Vredenburgh  Varick* 
Arthur  M.  Walter,* 

A.  B.,  1799;  A.  M.,  1802. 

David  Wright* 

1800 
John  J.  De  Peyster,* 

d.    1828. 

Samuel  Halstead* 
Philip  Hamilton,* 

d.   1801. 

Samuel  Harris* 
John  Henry* 
John  Huyler,* 

A.  B.,  1800;  A.  M.,  1803 

Robert  Swift  Livingston,* 

d.   1867. 


1800-03] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


89 


John  McKinnon,* 

A.  B.,  1800;  A.  M.,  1803. 

Nicholas  J.  Quackenbos,* 

A.  B.,  1800;  M.  D.,  1802;  A.  M.,- 1803.  d.  1847. 

Thomas  W.  Rathbofte* 
Sampson  Simson* 
Charles  Floyd  Thomas,* 

d.  1802. 

Matthew  Tillary,* 

M.  D.  elsewhere. 

John  Y.  Ward* 
George  Wilson,* 

A.  B.,  1800;  A.  M.,  1803. 

Peter  Wilson,* 

A.   B.,    1800;   A.   M.  . 

1801 

John  Anthon,* 

A.  B.,  1801;  LL.  D.,  1861.     d.  1863. 

Robert  Benson,  Jr.,* 

d.  1872. 

Abraham  L,.  Blauvelt* 
Samuel  Bogart* 
Thomas  Bolton,* 

Mast,  in  Chanc. 

John  Furman* 

John  Gosman,  Rev..* 

S.  T.  D.,  Rutgers  Coll.,  1833.     d.  1865. 

John  Nitchie,* 

A.   B.,    1801;   A.   M.    Rutgers    Coll.,    1813.     d. 
1838. 

Lewis  Morris  Ogden* 
Henry  Schenck* 
Henry  H.  Schieffelin,* 

d.  1865. 

Gabriel  Tichenor* 

Gulian  Crommelin  Verplanck,* 

A.  B.,  1801;  A.  M.,  18-21j  LL.  D.,  1835 
Amherst  Coll.,  1834,  and  Hobart  Coll.,  1835. 
•  N.  Y.  Asselnb.,  1820-23;  Prof.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem, 
P.  E.  Ch.,  1821-24;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1825-33 
N.  Y.  Sen.,  1838-41;  Regents  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.; 
1826-70,  and  Vice-Chancellor  of  same,  1858-70 
Pres.  Commr.  Emigr.  N.  Y,,  1846-70.    d.   1870 

Samuel  Armstrong  Walsh,* 

A.  B.,  1801;  M.  D.,  1811. 

Gabriel  Winter,* 

d.    1862. 

1802 

Alexander  M.  Beebe* 


John  Player  Crosby,* 

A.  B.,  1801;  A.  B.,  Yale  and  Princeton,  1802. 
d.  1806. 

John  Delafield,* 

Pres.  N.  Y.  State  Agrl.  Soc.    d.  1853. 

William  Gardner* 
George  Wright  Gosman,* 

d.  March,  1815. 

Francis  Ludlow  Hanson,* 

d.  1850. 

James  Jones* 
Henry  Laight* 
Leffert  Leflferts,* 

judge  Kings  Co.  N.  Y. 

Archibald  McVickar* 
James  McVickar,* 

d.  1836. 

John  W.  Macomb* 
Robert  Macomb,* 

A.   B.,   1802;  A..  M.,-  1805.    d.  1830. 

Nathaniel  F., Moore,* 

A.  B.,  1802;  A.  M.,  1805;  LL.  D.,  1825.  d.  1872. 

Isaac  Ogden,* 

d.  1867 

William  Ogilvie* 
Henry  Bate  Priest* 
Billopp  B.  Seaman* 
James  Tillary,* 

A.  B.,  1802;  M.  D.,  elsewhere. 

Hubert  Van  Wagenen,* 

d.    1852. 

1803 

George  H.  Atkinson* 
John  Bay* 
John  Bowne* 
Thomas  Crolius* 
Augustus  Fleming* 
Edward  R.  Jones* 
Gouverneur  Kemble,* 

Repr.  in  Congr.,  1837-41;  mem.  N.  Y.  S. 
Constit.  Conven.,  1846.    d.  1875. 

Peter  Kemble,* 

U.  S.  Consul  Cadiz,  Spain. 

Edward  Kemeys* 
John  L.  Lawrence,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1816-17;  mem.  Constit,  Conven. 
N.  Y.,  1821;  N.  Y.  Sen.,  1848-49;  Pres.  Elector, 
1840;  Compt.  N.  Y.  City,  1849.    d.  1849. 


90 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1803-05 


John  L,e  Conte,* 

A.  B.,  1803;  M.  D.,  elsewhere. 

George  C.  Quackenbos,* 

A.  B.,  1803;  M.  D.,  elsewhere,    d.   1838. 

William  Remsen* 
Henry  F.  Rogers* 
Alpheus  Sherman,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,   1826-29;  N.  Y.  Sen.,    1830,-34. 
d.  1866. 

John  Cox  Stevens,* 

d.   1857. 

Samuel  W.  Thomson* 
Robert  Watts* 

1804 
Samuel  Akerly,*        ~     ' 

A.   B.,   1804;  A.  M.,    1807;   M.   D.,  elsewhere, 
d.  1845. 

John  W.  Barnum* 
William  D.  Blackwell* 
George  Bryar* 
Elisha  Camp,* 

Judge  Jefferson  Co.  N.  Y.   1813-15;  Assist.  U. 
S.  Dist.  Atty.   N.  Dist.  N.  Y.    d.   1866. 

Cornelius  T.  Demarest,  Rev.,* 

A.  B;,  1804;  A.  M.,  1813.  d.  1862. 

Jeremiah  I.  Drake,* 

,  A.  B.,  1804;  A.  M.,  1807: 

William  Edgar,* 

d.   1823. 

William  Gracie,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  B.,  Princeton,  1804. 

John  T.  B.  Graham* 
Henry  B.  Hagerman,* 

Jud>?e  Bergen  Co.,  N.  J. 

Alexander  Hamilton,* 

U.    S.    Consul    at    Havana,    U.    S.    Boundary 
Commr.,  U.  S.  Dist.  Atty.  Florida,    d.   1875. 

Richard  Nicholas  Harison,* 

d.  1846. 

James  D.  Livingston* 
William  L.  Lytton,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  M.,  1807;  M.  D.,  1807. 

Thomas  McGahagan* 
John  McVickars,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  M.,  1818;  S.T.D.,  1825.  d.  1868. 

Edward  Manley* 
John  Mitchell* 


Joseph  Nelson,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  M.,  1808;  LL.  D.,  Rutgers  Coll., 
1825;^rof.  Rutgers  Coll.,  1806-09.  d.  1830. 

William  M.  Prjce,* 

U.  S.  Dist.  Atty.  So.  Dist.  N.  Y.,  1834-38. 

Philip  Rhinelander* 
Samuel  Rogers* 
David  Ross  Ross,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  M.,  1807. 

Robert  Seaman* 
John  I.  Sickles,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  M.,  1807. 

Thomas  D.  Smith* 

Charles  Stewart* 

John  R.  Thompson,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  M.,  1807. 

James  Talcott  Watson,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  A.  B.,  Yale,  1804  and  Princeton, 
1804. 

John  Watts,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1804;  M.  D.,  1809,  Edinburgh;  Prof. 
Rutgers  Coll.,  1812-26;  Pres.  Coll.  Phys.  and 
Surg.,   N.   Y.,    1826-31.    d.    1831. 

1805 

Peter  Allaire* 
James  Bibby* 
Leonard  A.  Bleecker* 
William  Cock* 
Benjamin  U.  Coles* 
Joab  G.  Cooper,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1805;  A.  M.,  1808. 

James   L.   Fine* 
James  Flemming* 
Alexander  Gunn,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1805;  A.  B.,  1805,  Princeton;  A.  M., 
1808,   S.  T.  D.,  Allegheny,     d.   1829. 

James  Alexander  Hamilton,* 

A.  B.,  1805;  LL.  D.,  Hamilton  Coll.;  Maj.  U. 
S.  A.,  1812;  U.  S.  Dist.  Atty.  South.  Dist.  N. 
Y.   1829-34.     d.   1878. 

Richard  Hatfield,  Jr.,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1812-14. 

Robert  Jaques,* 

A.  B.,  1805;  A.  M.,  1808. 

Thomas  Lefferts* 

Henry  Ustick  Onderdonck,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1805;  A.  M.,  1808;  M.  D.,  1810;  S.  T.  D., 
1827,  and  Hobart  Coll.,  1827;  Bishop  P.  E.  Ch. 
Penn.,  1827-45.  d.  1858. 


1805-08] 


GRADUATES  IN' ARTS 


91 


Edmund  H.  Pendleton,* 

Judge  Dutchess  Co.   N.   Y.,   1830-40;   Repr.   in 
Congr.,  1831-33. 

Abraham  Purdy,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1805 J  A.  M.,  1810.    d.  1825. 

Edward  Seaman* 
John  T.  Smith* 
Robert  I.  Watts* 

1806 
John  Vanderbilt  Bartow,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1805;  A.  M.,  1809. 

George  Boyd,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.,  elsewhere,    d.  1850. 

John  Chrystie,* 

d.  1813. 

John  Peter  DeWint,* 

,d.   1870. 

William  Ellsworth  Dunscomb,* 

d.  1874. 

Gilbert  Ogden  Fowler,* 

Co.  Judge  Orange  Co.   N.   Y.,    1833-36;   N.   Y. 
Assemb.,  1834-35.    d.  1840. 

Jonathan  B.  Gosman,  Rev.* 

James  McCullen* 

Robert  B.  Anseas  McLeod,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1805;  A.  M.,  Princeton,  1828. 

Cornelius  Miller,* 

Judge  Columbia  Co.  N.  Y.,  1815.    d.  1822. 

David  Moore,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.,  Union,  1841.    d.   1856. 

Samuel  W.  Moore,* 

A.  B.,  1806;  M.  D.,  1810.    d.   1854. 

Ferris  Pell* 

David  Quackinbush,* 

A.  B.,  1806;  M.  D.,  elsewhere. 

Samuel  B.  Romaine,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,   1816-19-22,  and  Speaker,   1822. 

Frederic  Roorbach* 
Cornelius  Schermerhorn* 
Philip  Schuyler,* 

U.    S.    Consul    at    Liverpool;    N.    Y.   Assemb., 
1825.    d.  1865. 

John  Augustine  Smith,* 

d.  1825. 

John  L.  Tillinghast,* 

State  Librarian    N.   Y.    Co.;   Judge   Tioga   Co. 
N.  Y.,  1818-22. 


1807 

Egbert  Benson,  Jr.,* 

d.  1886. 

John  ly.  Bronk,* 

Judge  Greene  Co.  N.  Y.;  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  181819. 

Johij  H.  Brouwer* 
William  E.  Burrell,* 

A.   B.,   1807;   M.  D.,   1811. 

George  R.  Copeland,* 

d.  1808. 

Henry  S.  Dodge,* 

A.  B.,  1807;  A.  M..  1810. 

Robert  Gosman* 
John  H.  Hill,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1807;  A.  M.,  1845;  LL.  D.,  1868;  S.  T. 
D.  elsewhere:  d.  1882. 

Philip  M.  Holmes* 
Daniel  Mack* 
Peter  T.  Marsells* 
William  H.  Maxwell,* 

A.  B.,  1807;  A.  M.,  1827. 

Simeon  Remsen* 
James  Renwick,* 

A.  B.,  1807;  A.  M.,  1810;  LL.  D.,  1829.  d. 
1863 

George  Paxton  Rogers,* 

d.   1807. 

Dirck  B.  Stockholm* 
Peter  V.  C.  Tappan*   ' 
Cornelius  Van  Buren* 
James  Van  Cortlandt* 
Philip  Gardiner  Van  Wyck,* 

d.   1870. 

Theodore  V.  W.  Varick,* 

A.  B..  1807;  A.  M.,  1810. 

Charles  A.  Williamson* 

1808 
William  Atkinson* 
William  Berrian,  Rev.,* 

A  B.,  1808;  S.  T.  D.,  1828;  Trustee  Hobart 
Coll.,  1848-62.     d.  1862. 

Lionel  Brown* 
Timothy  Clowes,* 

A.  B..  1808:  A.  M.,  1814.  Union;  LL.  D.  else- 
where; Pres.  Wash.  Coll.,  Md.,  1823-29;  Pres. 
Clinton   Lib.   Instit.,    1838-42.     d.    1847. 

Henry  M.  Francis,*   . 

A.  B.,  1808;  A.  M.,  1811;  M.  D.  Brown,  1822. 


92 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1808-09 


James  Inderwick,* 

A.  B..  1808;  A.  M.  elsewhere 

Robert  McCartee,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1808;  A.  M.,  1811;  S.  T.  D.,  1831.  d. 
1865. 

John  McKnight,  Rev.* 
Hugh  Maxwell,* 

A,  B.,  1808;  A.  M.,  1816;  Asst.  Judge  Advocate 
Genl.  U.  S.  A.,  1814;  Dist.  Attv.  12th  Dist  of 
N.  Y.,  1816-18;  Dist.  Atty.  N.  Y.  City,.  1819-29; 
U.  S.  Collector  of  Port  N.  Y.,  1849-53.     d.  1873. 

Frederick  Muzzy* 
John  W.  Phillips* 
Edward  Post,* 

A.  B..  1808:  M.  D,.  Edinburgh. 

William  C.  Rhinelander* 
Henry  Howard  Ross,* 

A.  M.,  Vermont,  1813;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1826- 

27;  Mem.  and  Pres.  N.  Y.  Electoral  Coll.,  1848; 
Judge  Essex  Co.  N.  Y.,  1847-48.     d.  1862. 

Gilbert  Hunt  Sayres,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1808;  D.  D.,  1863;  A.  M.,  Union,  1814. 
d.  1867. 

James  Alexander  Stevens,* 

d.   1873. 

William  Stuart* 
Ddniel  Van  Mater* 
Henry  Vethake,* 

A.  B.,  1808;  A.  M.,  LL.  D.,  1836;  A.  M.,  Prince- 
ton, 1808;  Prof.  Queens'  Coll.  N.  J.,  1813-17, 
and  in  Princeton,  1817-21.  Dickinson  1821-29. 
N  Y.  Univ.  1832-35;  Pres.  Wash.  Coll.,  Va.. 
1835-36;  Prof.  Univ.  Penn.,  1836-54,  and  Pro 
vost,  1854-59:  Prof.  Phila.  Polytechnic  Coll. 
1859-66.     d.  1866. 

Peter  Dumont  Vroom,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1808;  A.  M.,  1812;  LL.  D.,  1837,  and 
Princeton,  1850;  Trustee  Rutgers  Coll.,  1822- 
73;  N.  T.  Legis.,  1826-29;  Gov.  and  Chancellor 
N.  J.,  1829-36;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1838-40;  Mem. 
N.  J.  State  Constit.  Convent.,  1844:  U.  S. 
Envoy  Ex.  and  Min.  Plen.  to  Prussia,  1853-57. 
d.  1873. 


Henry  Watts* 
John  Watts,  Jr.* 

1809 
Thomas  S.  Aspinwall,* 

d.  1813. 

Samuel  Berrian,* 

d.  1818. 

Edward  Newenham  Bibby,* 

A.    B.,    1809;    M.    D.,    Royal    Coll.    Phys.    and 
Surg.,  London,   En?.,   1814.     d.    1882. 

John  Brady,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A.  M.,  1812. 


John  Cadle,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A  M.,  1812:  M.  D.,  1822. 

Gerrit  Conrey* 
Edward  Copland,* 

Judge  Municipal  Ct.  Bklyn.,  1839-40;  Mayor 
Bklyn.,   1849-50.     d.  1859. 

Cornelius  Roosevelt  Duffie,  Rev.,* 

A.   B.,   1809;  A.   M.,   1813.     d.   1827. 

Thomas  Duggan* 
John  Fine,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A.  M.,  1812;  LL.  D.,  Hamilton, 
Col!.  1850;  Treas.  St.  Lawrrence  Co.,  N.  Y., 
1821-33,  and  County  Judge,  1824-30,  1844-47; 
Repr.  in  Congr.,  1839-41;  N.  Y.  Sen.,  1848-50. 
d.  1867. 

Alexander  Fleming,* 

d.  1867. 

Alfred  C.  Floyd* 

John  Wakefield  Francis,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  M.  D.,  1811;  A.  M.,  1812;  LL.  D., 
1860,  and  Trinity  Coll.,  1850;  Prof.  Coll.  Phys. 
and  Surg.  N.  Y.,  1813-26;  Trustee  same,  1814- 
26;  Prof.  Rutgers  Med.  Coll.  N.  Y.,  1826-28; 
Pres.   N.  Y.  Acad.  Med.,   1848.     d.   1861. 

James  N.  Giflford,* 

d.  1878. 

Henry  Green* 

John  Church  Hamilton,* 

d.  1882. 

David  Murray  Hoffman,* 

A.   B..   1809;   LL.   D..  1860,  and  Union,   1840; 

Asst.    Vice-Chancellor  1st   Circuit   N.   Y.   Citv, 

1839-43;  Judge  Sup.  Ct.  N.  Y.,  1853-62.  d. 
1878. 

Samuel  Jackson,* 

M.   D.,   Rutgers  Med.   Coll.,    1812. 

Ravaud  Kearney,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A.  M.,  1812. 

Jackson  Kemper,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  S.  T.  D.,  1829;  LL.  D.,  Cambridge 
Univ.,  Eng.,  1868  Bishop  of  Wisconsin,  1854- 
70.     d.    1870. 

Henry  McVickar* 

Benjamin     Tredwell     Onderdonck, 
Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A.  M.,  1816;  S.  T.  D-  1826; 
Trustee  Hobart,  1838-53;  Prof.  Genl.  Theol. 
Sem.  P.  E.  Ch.  N.  Y..  1826;  Bishop  P.  E.  Ch. 
N.  Y.,   1830-61.     d.   1861. 

Walter  F.  Osgood,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A.  M.,  1812. 

Robert  J.  Renwick* 
James  Stryker,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A.  M.,  1813;  County  Judge  Erie 
Co.,  N.  Y.,  1817-41;  Commr.  to  the  Six  Nations, 
d.  1864. 


1809-11] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


9i 


William  Turnbull* 

William  Edward  Wyatt,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1809;  A.  M..  1816;  D.  D.,  Univ.  Penn., 
1836.  d.  1864. 

1810 

John  Agnew* 
Andrew  Anderson,* 

A.   B.,    1810;    M.   D.,    1813.     d.   October    1839. 
St.  Augustine,  Fla. 

Francis  Child.* 

A.  M.,  1816. 

-David  A.  Clarkson* 
George  Codwise* 
William  DePeyster,* 

d.  1871. 

Israel  D.  Disosway,* 

d.  1878. 

Jacob  Dyckman,* 

A.  B.,  1810:  A.  M.,  M.  D.,  1813:  Health 
Commr.  N.  Y.,   1821.     d.    1822. 

Robert  Emmet,* " 

Just.  Superior  Ct.  N.  Y.  City,  1852-53;  N.  Y. 
Assemb.,  1828.     d.  1873. 

Theodosius  Oliver  Fowler,* 

d.   1873. 

James  C.  Garrison,* 

A.  B.,  1810;  A.  M.,  1816;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

Joseph  Greenleaf,* 

d.  1871. 

Peter  F.  Hunn* 
Charles  J.  Kipp* 
Horatio  G.  Lewis* 
John  McGregor,* 

d.  1863. 

John  McL,ain  Macdonald* 
Benjamin  Moore* 
George  William  Morton,* 

U.  S.  Commr.  N.  Y.  City.     d.  1865. 

John  Ludlow  Morton,* 

d.  1871. 

Ava  Neal,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,   1810;  A.  M.,   1813.     d.   1839. 

Waldron  B.  Post,* 

d.  1874. 

John  Slidell,* 

U.  S.  Dist.  Atty.  for  La.,  1829-33;  U.  S.  Min. 
to  Mexico,  1845,  and  to  Central  America,  1853. 
d.   1871. 

Francis  B.  Stevens,* 

d.  1811. 


Richard  Stevens,* 

A.    B.,    1810;   M.  D.  elsewhere,     d.   1828. 

James  Stoughton,* 

A.  B.,  1810;  A.  M.,  1813.     d.  1819. 

Pascal  Nelson  Strong,  Rev.,* 

A.  B..  1810;  A.  M.,  Princeton,  1818,  S.  T.  D. 
elsewhere,     d.   1825. 

Jacob  Townsend* 
Charles  Watts,* 

Judge  Dist.  Ct.  New  Orleans,     d.   1850. 

1811 

Gregory  Townsend  Bedell,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1816;  S.  T.  D.  elsewhere,     d.  1834. 

John  Brown,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1811;  A.  M.,  1815;  S.  T.  D.  elsewhere, 
d.  1884. 

John  Campbell,* 

d.  1876. 

Ebenezer  Close,* 

A.  B.,  1811;  A.  M.,  1815. 

John  Covert,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 
George  Douglass* 
Jacobus  Dyckman,* 

A.  B.,  1811;  A.  M.,  1813;  Mem.  N.  Y.  Constit. 
Conv.,  1821. 

Charles  Goadsby  Ferris,* 

A.  B.,  1811;  A.  M.,  1816;  LL.  D.  elsewhere; 
Repr.  in  Congr..  1834-36,  1841-43;  Sec.  Utah 
Territory,   1852-54. 

David  Hosack  Eraser,* 

A.  B.,  1811;  A.  M.,  1815;  M.  D.,  1818.  d.  1818. 

Richard  Freeke* 
James  Watson  Gerard,* 

A.  B.,  1811;  A,  M.,  1816;  LL.  D.,  1863.  d. 
1874. 

Benjamin  Haight,* 

A.  B.,   1811;  A.  M.,   1816. 

William  Henry  Harison,* 

LL.  D.,  Hobart  Coll.,  1856.     d.  1860. 

William  Henry  Hart,  Rev.,* 

A.   B.,   1811;  A.  M.,   1828.     d.   1852. 

William  Hogan,* 

Judge  Franklin  Co.  N.  Y.,  1829-37;  N.  Y. 
Assemb.,  1823;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1831-33.  d. 
1875. 

Peter  Van  Brugh  Livingston,* 

U.  S.  Minister  to  Ecuador,  1848-51. 

Thomas  William  Ludlow,* 

d.  1878. 

Jackson  Odell,* 

d.  1849. 

George  B.  Purdy,* 

A.  B..  1811;  M.  D.,  1816.     d.  1865. 


94 


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[1811-L3 


Charles  Rapelje,* 

A.  M.,  1820. 

John  R.  Rhinelander,* 

''     A.  B.,  1811;  M    D.,  1824;  Prof.  Coll.  Phys.  and 
Surg.,  1834-39,  and  Trustee,  1840-48.     d.  1857. 

John  B.  Stevenson,* 

A.  M.  and  M.  D.,   1816.     d.    1863. 

John   N.  Tallman,* 

A.  M.,  1815. 

George  J.  Watts* 

1812 
Albert  Amerman,  Rev.,* 

d.    1881. 

Matthias  Bruen,  Jr., -Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1815.     d.  1829. 

John  A.  Burtis* 

William  Creighton,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.,  1830;  Pres.  Genl.  Conv,  P.  E.  Ch., 
1853-56-59.     d.   1865. 

■James  Ferguson  De  Peyster,* 

d.  1874. 

Alexander  Duer,* 

d.  1819. 

Richard  Duryee,  Jr.* 
Lindley  Murray  Hoffman,* 

d.  1861. 

Ogden  Hoffman,* 

A.  B.,  1812;  LL.  D.,  Harvard,  1842;  mem.  N. 
Y.  Assemb.,  1826-28;  Dist.  Atty.  N.  Y.  City, 
1829-35;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1837-41;  XJ.  S.'Dist. 
Atty.  South  Dist.  N.  Y.,  1940-45;  Atty.-Genl. 
N.  Y.,   1853-55.     d.  1856. 

Benjamin  Roosevelt  Kissam,* 

M.  D.,   1819.     d.    1861. 

Augustine  N.  Lawrence* 
Philip  K.  Lawrence,* 

A.  B.,  1812;  A.  M.,  1818. 

Cornelius  F.  Low* 
Edward  McVickar,* 

d.  1866. 

Peter  Mackin,  Jr.* 
John  W.  B.  Murray,* 

A.  B.,  1812;  A.  M.,  1815;  M.  D.,  1816.  d.  1818. 

Matthew  Charles  Paterson,* 

A.  M.,  1819;  Dist.  Atty.  N,  Y.  City,  1844-46. 

Jacob  A.  Robertson,* 

A.  B.,  1812;  A.  M.,  1818. 

John  Smyth  Rogers,* 

A.  B.,  1812;  M.  D.,  1821;  A.  B.,  Harvard,  1827; 
M.  D.,  1825  Bowdoin;  Trustee  Coll.  Phys.  and 
Surg.    N.    Y.,    1849-51.     d.    1851. 

John  A.  Sidell* 


John  Swartout* 

Peter  Solomon  Townsend,* 

A.  B.,  1812;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  1816.     d.  184<l. 

Egerton  Leigh  Winthrop,* 

A.    B.,    1812;    M.   D.,    1817.     d.    1834. 

1813 

Henry  Anthon,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1813;  A.  M.,  1816;  S.  T.  D.,  1832; 
Trustee  Hobart  Coll.,  1825-36.  d.  1861. 

William  Bailey* 

John  Broadhead  Beck,* 

A.  B.,  1813;  M.  D.;  1817;  A.  M.,  1818;  Union 
1816,  and  Princeton  1818;  Prof.  Coll.  Phys.  and 
Surg.,   1826-Sl.     d.   1851. 

James  John  Bowden,  Rev.,* 

d.   1820. 

William  Boyd* 
George  W.  Bruen,* 

A.  B.,  1813;  A.  M.,  1816;  Mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb., 
1839. 

Richard  F.  Cadle,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1813;  A.  M.,  1816. 

Thomas  L.  Davie?* 
Robert  Plyslop* 
William  Kemble,* 

d.  1881. 

Thomas  C.  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  1813;  A.  M.,  1816. 

Nicholas  Morris,  Jr.,* 

A.  B,,  1813;  A.  M.,  1816. 

Thomas  C.  Murray,* 

A.  B.,  1813;  A.  M.,  1818. 

Nathaniel  Greene  Pendleton,* 

Ohio  Sen.,  Repr.  in  Congr.,   1841-59.     d.  1861. 

Robert  Ray,* 

A.   B.,   1813;   A.   M.,   1817.     d.   1879. 

Alexander  H.  Robertson,* 

A.  B,,  1813;  A.  M.,  1816. 

Hugh  Smith,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  S.  T.  D.,  1838;  Trustee  Trinity  Coll., 
1832-34.     d.  1849. 


John  Varick* 


1814 


John  H.  Ball* 
James  Brooks,* 

d.   1868. 

Cornelius   Davis,* 

d.   1849. 

William  H.  Heyer* 


1814-17] 


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95 


Benjamin  Hilton* 
Allen  Jackson,* 

A.  B..  1814;  A.  M..  1821. 

Henry  R.  Judah* 

Tames  Murison  Pendleton,* 

A.  B..  1814;  A.  M.,  1819;  M.  D.  1818.  d.  1832. 

Theophilus  Russel* 
6eorge  F.  Talman,*       ' 

Corporation  Counsel  N.  Y.  C.  1838-39..   d.  1883. 

Ferdinand  Vandewater* 

1815 
Charles  Anthon,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  LL.  D.  1831.     d.  1867. 

James  W-  Berrian* 

Archibald  R.  Bogardus* 

Robert  Gilbert  Livingston  De  Pey- 
ster,* 

d.  1873. 

Archibald  Gracie,  Jr.,* 

d.  1865. 

William  S.  Heyer,  Rev.,* 

A.   B.,   1815;   A.   M.,    1818.     d.    1866. 

John  Hone,  Jr.,* 

d.  1829. 

William  Ironsides* 
John  Quentin  Jones,* 

d.  1873. 

Leonard  William  Kip,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  A.  M.,  1820,  and  Rutgers  Coll.. 
1827.     d.  1863. 

Philip  Mesier  Lydig,* 

d.  1872. 

John  Lefferts  Mason,* 

A.  B.,  l'815;  A.  M.,  1818;  Judge  Supr.  Ct. 
N.  Y.,  1849-51.     d.  1860. 

Francis  Morton* 

Frederick  Williain  Rhinelander* 

James  John  Roosevelt,  Jr.,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1835,  1840;  Repr.  in  Congr., 
1841-43;  Judge  Supr.  Ct.  N.  Y.,  1854-60;  U;  S. 
Dist.  Aty.  Southern  Dist.  N.  Y.,  1860.  d. 
1875. 

Robert  Charles  Sands,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  A.  M.,  1818.     d.  1832. 

^  Robert  Seney,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  A.  M.,  1828.     d.   1854. 

Henry  Hamlin  Van  Amringe,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1818.     d.  1862. 

James  S.  Watkins,* 

A.   B.,    1815;   M.   D.,    1817.     4.    1817. 


1816 

Abel  T.  Anderson,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  A.  M.,  1819.     d.  1862. 

John  D.  Campbell,* 

A.  B.,   1815;  A.  M.,   1820.     d.   1852. 

Richard  Codman,* 

d.  1847. 

Frederic  De  Peyster,  Jr.,* 

A.  M.,,1819;  LL.  D.,  1867;  Milit.  Sec.  to  Gov. 
Clinton,  1825-28:  Master  in  Chancery,  1820-37. 
d.  1882. 

Maurice  William  Dwight,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1820,  and  Union,  1823;  S.  T.  D.,  Rutgers 
Coll.,    1845.     d.    1860. 

James  Wallis  Eastburn,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,   1819.     d.  1819. 

Isaac  Ferris,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  A.  M.,  1819;  LL.'  D.,  1853; 
S.  T.  D.,  Union,  1833;  Trustee  Rutgers  Coll., 
1822-40;  Chancellor  N.  Y.  Univ.,  1852-70,  and 
Emeritus   Chancellor,    1870-73.     d.   1873. 

John  L.  Ireland,  Jr.,* 

d.   1879. 

John  Edgar  Mowatt* 

Daniel  Levi  Medora  Peixotto,* 

A.  M.,   1823;  M.  D.,   1819.     d.   1843. 

Samuel  G.  Raymond,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  A.  M.,  1819;  Mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb., 
1826.  d.  1850. 

John  J.  Robertson,* 

S.  T.   D.   elsewhere,  ,1824-25.     d.    1881. 

James  Romeyn,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1815;  D.  D..  1838;  Trustee  Rutgers  Coll., 
1840-48.     d.    1859. 

John  M.  Smith,  Rev.,  * 

A.  B.,  1816;  A.  M.,  1819.      d.  1823. 

vSamuel  L.  Steer,* 

Speaker   Lower   House   of   Louisiana. 

Thomas  Morris  Strong,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,   1820;   S.  T.  D.. elsewhere,     d.   1861.       , 

Adrian  Vanderveer,* 

A.  B.,  1816;  A.  M.,  1819;  M.  D.,  1818.  d.  1857. 

1817 

John  M.  Cannon,* 

d.  1835. 

James  P.  F.  Clarke,  Rev.,* 
Matthias  O.  Dayton* 
"  Manton  Eastburn,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M„  1820;  S.  T.  D.,  1835.  d. 
1872. 

Isaac  Fisher,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,  1820     d.  1839. 


96 


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[1817-19 


Seymour  P.  Funk,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,  1821.     d.  1828. 

Samuel  L.  Gouverneur,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1825;  Postmaster  N.  Y.  City, 
1828-36.     d.   1865. 

John  Grigg,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,   1820.     d.   1868. 

Daniel  Phcenix  Ingraham,* 

LL.  D.,  I860,  and  Rutgers  Coll.,  1859;  Just. 
Common  Pleas,  N.  Y.,  1837-57;  Judge  Supreme 
Ct.   N.  Y.,   1857-74.     d.   1881. 

Benjamin  Isherwood,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,  1820;  M.  D.,  1820.  d.  1832. 

William  Lowerre,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,  1820.     d.  1877. 

Edmund  Ludlow* 
William  Minturn* 
John  Neilson,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,  1820;  M.  D.,  1821.  d.  1851. 

Meredith  Ogden* 
Richard  Ray,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,  1820.     d.  1839. 

Edward  N.  Rogers,* 

A.  B.,  1817;  A.  M.,  1820. 

Samuel  D.  Rogers,* 

d.  1850. 

1818 

Henry  James  Ahderson,* 

A.  B.,  1818;  A.  M.,  1821;  M.  D.,  1824;  LL.  D., 
1850.     d.   1875. 

Daniel  Bonnett,* 

d.  1871. 

Richard  Varick  Dey,  Rev.,* 

A.    M.,    1821,   and  Yale,    1823.     d.    1837. 

Frederic  Fairlie* 
Peter  Forrester,* 

A.  B.,  1818;  A.  M.,  1821;  M.  t>.,  1822.  d.  1837. 

Robert  Gracie,* 

A.  B.,  1818;  A.  B.,  Harvard,  1818,  and  Yale, 
1825;  A.  M.,  1821.     d.  1877. 

Henry  Hone,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1834.     d.  1856. 

Richard  F.  Kemble,* 

d.  1888. 

William  Beach  Lawrence,* 

A.  M.,  1823,  and  Yale,  1826;  LL.  D.,  Brown, 
1869;  J.  C.  D.  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.,  1873;  U.  S. 
Charge  d'Aff.  London,  1827-28;  Lt.-Govr.  and 
Govr.  of  R.  I. ;  Trustee  Coll.  Phys.  and  Surg., 
1837-55.     d.    1881. 

James  Lenox,* 

A.  B.,  1818;  A.  M.,  1821;  LL.  D.,  1875;  A.  M. 
Princeton,  1821;  LL.  D.,  1867;  Trustee  Prince- 
ton,  1823-57.     d.    1880. 


John  H.  Lloyd* 
Alexander  B.  McLeod* 
Gerard  Walton  Morris,* 

d.  1865. 

John  O'Blenis* 
George  D.  Post,* 

-  d.  1869. 

Clarence  D.  Sackett,* 

N.  Y:  Assemb.,  1827-29. 

William  Staley,* 

A.  B.,  1818;  A.  M.,  1821. 

Abraham  D.  Wilson,* 

A.  B.,  1818;  A.    M.  and  M.  D.,  1821. 

1819 

Henry  Nicholas  Cruger,* 

A.  M.,  1823.     d.  1867. 

Gabriel  Poillon  Disosway,* 

A.  M.,  182Z,  and  Wesleyan,  1833;  Mem.  N.  Y. 
Assemb.,  1849.      d.  1868. 

Peter  Dykers,* 

A.   B.,    1819;    M.   D.,    1823.     d.    1845. 

Andrew  Hamersley,* 

A.  B.,  1819;  M.  D.,  1823. 

Edward  P.  Heyer* 
Walter  E.  Hyer,* 

d.  1845. 

William  Lupton  Johnson,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1822;  S.  T.  D.,  Allegheny;  d.  1870. 

Charles  Jones* 
George  Jones,* 

d.  1886. 

Henry  James  Lowerre,* 

A.  B.,  1819;'  A.  M.,  1822.     d.  1830. 

George  J.  Rogers,* 

d.  1878. 

James  Hanry  Roosevelt,* 

A.  B.,   1819;  A.  M.,  1822.     d.   1863. 

James  S.  Rumsey,* 

A.  B.,  1819;  M.  D.,' 1824.     d.   1872. 

Richard  Lawrence  Schieffelin,* 

A.  M.,  1822;  Pres.  Common  Council  N.  Y.  City. 
1844-45.     d.    1880. 

John  Lang  Suckley,* 

A.  B.,  1819;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  1823. 

Samuel  Verplanck,* 

A.  B.,  1819;  A.  M.,  1822. 

Thomas  L.  Wells,* 

d.    1886. 


d.  1836. 


1819-22] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


97 


Marinus  Willett,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1819;  M.  D.,  1823;  Trustee  Coll.  Phys. 
and  Surg.,  1827-40,  and  Fellow,  1837.     d.  1840. 

Richard  Wynkoop,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1819;  A.  M.,  1821;  d.  1842. 

1820 

William  Betts,* 

A.  M.,   1823;   LL.  D.,   1850.     d.   1884. 

John  B.  Bleecker,* 

d.  1831. 

Joseph  Howland  Coit,  Rev.,* 

D.  D.,  1855;  d.  1866. 

Cornelius  Ryerrs  Disosway,* 

A.  M.,  Wesleyan,   1838.     d.   1889. 

Samuel  Roosevelt  Johnson,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1823;  D.  D.,  1848,     d.   1873. 

James  Johnstone,* 

d.  1854. 

Henry  Lawrence,* 

d.  1881. 

Philip  Edward  Milledoler,  Rev.,* 

M.  D.,  1824;  A.  M.,  Rutgers  Coll.,  1827;  N.  Y. 
Assemb.,  1832;  Trustee  Rutgers  Coll.,  1833-45. 
d.  1850. 

John  F.  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  1820;  A.  M.,  1823.     d.  1881. 

William  Mitchell,* 

A  B.,  1820;  A.  M  .  1823:  LL.  D.,  1863;  Master 
in  Chancery  N.  'Y..  1840-43:  Just.  Supr.  Ct. 
N.  Y.  State,  1850-58.     d.  1886. 

Archibald  G.  Rogers,* 

d.  1891. 

Rutsen  Suckley,* 

d.  1875. 

John  Richard  Townsend,* 

d.  1846. 

1821 

William  B.  Barnes* 
Peter  A.  Cowdrey,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.,  1824;  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1836; 
Corporation  Counsel  N.  Y.  City,  1840-44.  d. 
1852. 

Isaac  F.  Craft* 

William  Dusenbury  Craft,* 

d.  1887. 

George  H.  Fisher,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.  Rutgei^  Coll.,  1827;  S.  T. 
D.,  1845;  Trustee,   1851-55.     d.   1872. 

William  Forsyth,* 

d.  1851. 

William  N.  Gilbert* 
William  Post  Hawes,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.,   1824.  ■  A.   1842. 


William  Inglis,* 

Judge  Ct.   Common  Pleas   N.   Y.,   i839-44.     d. 
1893. 

Pierre  Munroe  Irving,* 

d.  1876. 

Thomas  Kermit* 
Elisha  S.  King,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.,  1826. 

Isaac  Low,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.,  18J4. 

Stephen  Headley  Meeker,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1824.     d.  1876. 

William  Henry  Munn,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.,  1824.     d.  1878. 

Samuel  Ogden,* 

d.  1879. 

Frederic  Philipse  (Gouverneur),* 

d.  1874. 

Edwin  Post,* 

d.  1887. 

Henry  A.  V.  Post* 
George  Shrady* 
John  C.  Slack* 
Charles  E.  Stagg* 
Peter  Stagg* 
Junius  Thompson,* 

A.  B..  1821;  A.  M.,  1825;  M,  D.,  1825.  d.  1831. 

John  Tiebout,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.,  1824;  M.  D.,  1825. 

William  Turner,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  A.  M.,  1824;  M.  D.  elsewhere,     d. 
1858. 

Gerrit  G.  Van  Wagenen,* 

d.  1858. 

John  H.  Waddell,* 

A.  B..  1821;  A.  M.,  1824.  , 

Henry  John  Whitehouse,  Rev.,* 

'  A.  M.,  1824;  S.  T.  D.  Hobart  Coll.,  1834,  and 
Okford,  1867;  LL.  D.,  1865,  and  Cambridge, 
1867;  Trustee  Hobart  Coll.,  1831-40;  Bishop 
P.  E.  Ch.  111.,  1851-74.     d.   1874. 

George  Wilkes,* 

A.  B.,  1821;  M.  D.,  1824.     d.  1876. 

1822 

George  Abeel,* 

d.  1884. 

George  W.  Dawsori* 
Peter  F.  Dustan* 
John  M.  Glover,* 

A.  B.,  1822;  M.  D.,  1826;  A.  M.  Yale,  1825. 
d.  1832. 


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COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1822-24 


Josiah  Dwight  Harris,* 

A.  B.,  1822;  A.  M.,  1825;  M.  D.,  1826.  d.  1833. 

Henry  Philip  Jones,* 

d.  1882. 

Theodore  F.  King,* 

A.  B.,  1822;  M.  D.,  1827;  State  Supt.  Public 
Schools  N.  J.     d.   1868. 

Nicholas  Gouverneur  Kortright,* 

d.  1874. 

Anson  Livingston,* 

A.  B.,  1822;  A.  M.  Union,  1825.  d.  1873. 

Carrol  Livingston,* 

d.  1867. 

Edward  Nathaniel  Mead,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,   1833;   S.  T.  D.,   1861.     d.   1877. 

Adrian  H.  Muller,* 

Pres.  Roosevelt  Hosp.,  N.  Y.     d.  1886. 

Alexander  H.  Paterson* 
Alfred  Charles  Post,* 

A.  B.,  1822;  M.  D.,  1827;  LL.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ., 
1872;  Pres.  N.  Y.  Acad.  Med.,  1867-68.     d.  1886. 

John  Lloyd  Stephens,* 

A.  B..  1822;  A.  M.,  1827;  U.  S.  Special  Agent 
to  Central  America,  1839;  Del.  to  N.  Y.  S. 
Constit.   Conven.,   1846.      d.   1852. 

Thomas  William  Tucker,* 

A.  M.,  1826;  mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1837.  d. 
1854. 

Alfred  Wagstaff,* 

A.  B.,  1822;  M.  D.,  1826.   d.  1878. 

Alfred  Augustus  Weeks,* 

A.  M.,  1826.    'd.  1847. 

Hamilton  Wilkes,* 

d.  1852. 

Edward  M.  Willett,*     ' 

A.  B.,  1822;  A.  M.,  1825.     d.  1894. 

William  R.  Williams,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1835;  S.  T.  D.,  1837;  LL.  D.  Union, 
1859.  d.  1885. 

Samuel  Farmer  Wilson,* 

Mem.  Leg.  of  La.,  1853-58.     d.  1870. 

1823 

Christopher  Allen* 
Horatio  Allen,* 

A.  B.,  23;  LL.  D.  elsewliere.     d.  1890. 

Edward  Anthon,* 

d.  1830. 

William  H.  Boyd,* 

A.  B.,  1823;  A.  M.,  1826;  M.  D.,  1826.  d.  1837. 

Edward  M.  Clark* 
Lewis  Cruger* 


Edmund  B.  Elmendorf,* 

d.  1846. 

John  T.  Ferguson,* 

A.  B.,  1823;  A.  M.,  1826;  M.  D.  Rutgers  Med. 
Coll.,  1827. 

John  Brain  Foulke,* 

A.  B.,  1823;  A.  M.,  1826,  and  Yale,  1827. 

Adolphus  N.  Gouverneur* 
Edmund  Dorr  Griffin,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1826.     d.  1830. 

William  Frederick  Havemeyer,* 

Mayor  N.  Y.  City,  1845-46,  1848-49,  1873-74; 
Chairman  Citizens'  Com.  of  1871;  Pres.  Elector 
1844;  Commr.  Emig.  1847-53.     d.  1874. 

William  D.  Henderson,* 

A.  M.,  1826. 

Henry  Augustus  Heyer* 
John  Augustus  Hicks)  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1830,  and  Trinity,  1852;  S.  T.  D.  Ver- 
mont,   1847.     d.    1869. 

James  Hosack* 

Mancius  Smedes  Hutton,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.,  1841.     d.  1880. 

William  L.  Keese,  Rev.,* 

A.  B..  1823;  A.  M.,  1826. 

Jonathan  Lawrence,* 

d.  1833. 

William  Anson  Lawrence,* 

d.  1844. 

Adam  David  Logan,* 

d.  1869. 

George  B.  Ogden* 
John  Doughty  Ogden,* 

A.  B.,  1823;  M.  D.  Rutgers  Med.  Coll.,  1827. 
d.  1887. 

Smith  Pyne,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1823;  A.  M.,  1827;  S.  T.  D.  Hobart  Coll., 
1848;  Trustee  Trinity  Coll.,  1833-38.    d.  1875. 

Andrew  K.  Robertson* 
Noel  Robertson,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1823;  A.  M.,  1826.     d.  1828. 

Grenville  A.  Sackett* 
Charles  J.  Smith,* 

d.  1876. 

James  H.  Titus,* 

A.  B.,  1823;  A.  M.,  1826;  Mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb., 
1846.  d.  1882. 

1824 

Benjamin  Aycrigg,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M..  1839;  Ph.  D.  Penn.  Coll., 
1869.  d.  1895. 

Robert  Barker* 


1824-26] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


99 


Alexander  Mansfield  Burrill,* 

d.  1869. 

Edward  C.  Crary* 
William  A.  Curtis,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1838.     d.  1864. 

Benjamin  Drake,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1827;  M.  D.,  1828.  d.  1871. 

William  Duer,* 

Mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1840;  Repr.  in  Congr., 
1849-51;  U.  S.  Consul  at  Valparaiso,  1851-54; 
County  Clerk  San  Francisco,     d,  1879. 

William  Henry  Ellet,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  M.  D.  elsewhere;  Prof.  S.  C.  Coll., 
1835-48.     d.  1859. 

James  T.  Gibert,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1827;  M.  D.  elsewhere,  d. 
1868. 

Jacob  Townsend  Giiford,* 

,   A.    B.,    1824;    M.    D.    Coll.    Phys.    and    Surg., 
I         Geneva,     d.   1869. 

Timothy  R.  Green,* 

A.  B.,   1824;  A.  M.,  1834.     d.  1840. 

John  K.  Hardenbrook,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1827;  M.  D.  elsewhere, 
d.  1864. 

Dayton  Hobart,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.— .     d.  1870. 

William  Henry  Hobart,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M..  1827;  M.  D.,  1829.  d.  1857. 

Pierre  Paris  Irving,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.  Hobart  Coll.,  1837,  and  Trustee,  1837-43. 
d.  1878. 

George  W.  Johnson,* 

d.  1(856. 

William  Henry  L,upp,*  / 

t         A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1827.   -d.  1874. 

Elias  Joseph  Marsh,* 

I    A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1827;  M.  D.,  1828.  d.  1850. 

Hamilton  Morton,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1834;  M.  D.  Rutgers  Med. 
Coll..  1827.     d.  1896. 

Waddington  Ogden,* 

d.  1847. 

Henry  Perkins,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  1827;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

Alexander  Robinson,* 

A.  B.,  1824;  A.  M.,  M.  D.  Rutgers  Med.  Coll., 
1832. 

Daniel  C.  Schermerhorn* 

1825 
George  Philip  Cammann,* 

A.  B.,  1825;  M.  D.  Rutgers  Med.  Coll.,  1828; 
d.  1863. 


James  A.  M.  Gardner,* 

A.  B.,  1825;  A.  M.,   1828;  M.  D.,  1829. 

Nathaniel  Marius  Graves*. 
Robert  William  Harris,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,    1828;   S.  T.   D.,    1849.     d.   1886. 

Jacob  Harsen,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1825;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  1829.  d.  1862. 

William  E.  Laightj* 

d.   1859. 

Alexander  S.  Leonard,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1825;  A.  M.,  1847;  D.  D.,  1859.  d.  1878. 

John  McKeon,* 

A.  B.,  1825;  A.  M.,  1831;  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  1831; 
Repr.  in  Congr.,  1835-37,  1841-43;  Dist.  Atty. 
N.  Y.  City,  1845-51,  1882-83;  U.  S.  Dist  Atty. 
N.    Y.,    1853.     d.    1883. 

Isaac  T.  Minard,* 

Surrogate  Otsego  Co.,  N.  Y. 

Edward  E.  Mitchell,* 

d.  1889. 

Walter  Nichols,* 

d.  1825. 

William  Peshine* 

William  Phyfe* 

Anthony  Lispenard  Robertson,* 

Asst.  Vice-chancellor  N.  Y.  S.,  1846'48;,  Surro- 
gate N.  Y.  City,  1848;  Just.  Sup.  Ct.  N.  Y., 
1860-65,  and  Ch.  Just,  of  same,  1865-68;  mem. 
Constit.   Convtn.  N.  Y.,   1867.     d.   1868. 

Ferdinand  Sands* 

John  Jones  Schermerhorn,* 

d.  1876. 

John  Fletcher  Smith,* 
Wessell  S.  Smith,* 

N.  Y.  Assemb.;  d.  1860. 

Oliver  Smith  Strong,* 

Mem.  N.  J.  Leg;,  1848.,   il.  1874.  ■ 

Peter  Wilson,* 
William  Wilson,* 

A.  B.,   1825;   M.  D.,   1829.     d.  1872. 

1826 

Charles  Edward  Anderson,* 

Sec.  U.-  S.  Legation,  Paris,  1836-39,  and  Chargi 

d'Aft.,  1837.     d.  1889. 

William  A.  Clarke,* 

A.  B.,  1826;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

John  Marshall  Guion,  Rev.,* 

D.  D.,  1865. 

John  William  Hamersley,* 

A.  M.,   1829.'   d.   1889. 

Edwin  Holt*  '    " 


100 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1826-27 


Nathaniel  Pendleton  Hosack,* 

A.    B.    Harvard,    1826.     d.    1877. 

Gabriel  Furman  Irving,* 

d.  184S. 

Robert  Kelly,  Jr.,* 

City  Chamberlain  N.  Y.  City,  1856;  Regent 
Univ.  S.  N.  Y.,  1856-57;  Founder  and  Pres. 
Trustees   Rochester   Univ.     d.    1857. 

Francis  Maerschalk  Kip,  Rev.,* 

D.  D.,  1857;  A.  M.  Rutgers  Coll.,  1829;  Trustee 
Rutgers  Coll.,   1860.     d.   1888. 

John  Neil  McLeod,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1826;  A.  M.,  1833;  S.  T.  D.  elsewhere, 
d.  1874. 

Joshua  S.  Marsh* 
Thomas  H.  Merry,  Jr.* 
William  Henry  Milnor,* 

A.  B.,  1826;  M.  D.,   1832.     d.   1862. 

Thomas  R.  Minturn,* 

d.  1871. 

Henry  Morris,* 

d.  1854. 

Richard  Lewis  Morris,* 

A  B.,  1826;  M.  D.,  1830;  Health  Commr.  N.  Y. 
City,  1848-52,  and  Health  Officer,  1852-54.  d. 
1880. 

John  B.  Norsworthy* 
Hewlett  R.  Peters,  Rev.,* 

S.  T.  D.  elsewhere. 

Daniel  Phoenix  Riker,* 

d.  1868. 

Beverley  Robinson,  Jr.,* 

d.  1876. 

William  Henry  Roosevelt* 

Daniel  Seymour* 

Abraham  A.  Slover,  Jr.* 

Gerrit  Hubert  Van  Wagenen,  Jr.,* 

d.  1838. 

Harris  Wilson,* 

d.  1874. 

1827 

Jonathan  Trumbull  Backus,  Rev.,* 

A.  M..  Grad.  Princeton  Theol.  Sem..  1830; 
S.  T.  D.  Union,  1847;  LL.  D.,  1875;  Pres.  Bd 
of  Education  Schenectady;  Pres.  Bd.  Trustees 
Union,     d.  1892. 

Jacob  Sperry  Baker* 
William  Sperry  Baker,* 

A.  B.,  1827;  M.  D.,  1831.     d.  1889. 

Thomas  Hazard  Barker,* 

U.  S.  Consul  at  Antwerp,  1836. 


Henry  Neilson  Brush,* 

d.  1873. 

John  Player  Crosby,* 

d.   1876. 

William  Henry  Crosby,* 

d.  1892.  ,    ■ 

Henry  Augustus  DuBois,* 

A.  B.,  1827;  M.  D.,  1830;  LL.  D.  Yale,  1864. 
d.  1884. 

Edward  Dunscomb,* 

d.  1895. 

Edward  Bristed  Eastburn,* 

d.  1830. 

Hamilton  Fish,* 

A.  B.,  1827;  A.  M.,  1830;  LL.  D.,  1850;  Union 
1869,  and  Harvard  1871;  Repr.  in  Congr.,  1843- 
45:  Lt.-Gov.  N.  Y.,  1847-49;  Gov.  N.  Y.,  1849- 
51;  U.  S.  Sen.,  1851-57;  Pres.  of  the  Gen. 
Society  of  the  Cincinnati,  1854-93;  Chrmn. 
Union  Defence  Com..  1861-65;  Pres.  N.  Y.  Hist. 
Soc,  1867-69;  Sec.  State  U.  S.,  1869-77;  Mem. 
Toint  High  Comnin.  to  arrange  "Treaty  of 
Washington"  with  Great  Britain.  1871;  U.  _S.. 
Plenipo.  to  sign  Treaty  with  Great  Britain, 
1871.     d.   1893. 

Michael  Floy,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  1827;  A.  M.,  1834.     d.  1837. 

John  Murray  Forbes,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1830;  LL.  D.,  1847;  Dean  Genl.  Theol. 
Sem.,   1869.     d.   1885. 

John  Henry  Hobart  Haws,* 

Repr.   in  Congr.,  1851-53.     d.  1858. 

William  C.  Heyward,* 

d.  1863. 

John  Clarkson  Jay,* 

A.  B.,  1827;  M.  D.,  1830.     d.  1891. 

Joshua  Jones,* 

d.   1888. 

Abraham  Beaikley  Labagh,* 
Alfred  Ludlow,* 

d.  1831. 

Charles  McFarlan,* 

N.  J.   Senate,   1846.     d.  1873. 

Henry  Jackson  Morton,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1830;  Grad.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.  N.  Y., 
1830;  S.  T.  D.  Penn.,  1844;  Trustee  Penn., 
1844-90.     d.    1890. 

Robert  Mott,* 

d.  1833. 

Jonathan  Nathan,* 

Master  in  Chanc.  N.  Y.,  1840-45.     d.  1863. 

Henry  Onderdonk,  Jr.,* 

A.   B.,   1827;  A.  M.,  1833.     d.   1866. 

Laughton  Osborn,* 

d.  1878. 

Samuel  Penny,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

d.  1853. 


1827-29] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


101 


Minturn  Post,* 

M.  D.  Penn.,  1832.     d.  1869. 

James  M.  Quin'* 

A.  M.(lion.),  1833;  M.  D.  Rutgers  Med.  Coll. 
d.  1868. 

Charles  Rhind,  Jr.,* 

d.  1908. 

Henry  Rogers,  Jr.,* 

d.  1840. 

Edwin  Sands,* 

d.  1828. 

John  Schermerhorn,* 

d.  1838. 

Theodore  A.  Swords,* 

d.  1841. 

Joseph  Clay  Wallace,* 

d.  1881.  , 

William  Winter* 

Grenville  Temple  Winthrop,* 

A.  B.  Harvard  and  Bowdoin  Coll.,  1827;  Mem. 
Mass.   Leg.,    1840.     d.    1852. 

1828 

Edmund  D.  Barry,  Jr.* 
William  Bayley,* 

d.  I8S7. 

Jonas  Butler,* 

d.  1858. 

George  Catlin* 

Thomas  Witter  Chrystie,* 

A.   M.,    1880.     d.    1888. 

Thomas  T.  Devan,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1828;  A.  M^  and  M.  D.,  1831.  d.  1890. 

Cornelius  Dubois,  Jr.,* 

d.  1881. 

Edmund  Embury,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1828;  A.  M.,  1833.     d.  1893. 

George  Gilford,* 

d.  1883. 

Robert  Goelet,* 

d.  1879. 

Alexander  N.  Gunn,* 

A.  B.,  1828;  M.  D.,  1833;  A.  M.  Rutgers  Coll., 
1832;  Health  Officer  Port  of  N.  Y.,  1859-64.  d. 
1871. 

Benjamin  I.  Haight,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1831;  D.  D.,  1846;  LL.  D.  Hobart  Coll., 
1870;  Prof.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.  P.  E.  Ch.;  Asst. 
i,        Minister  Trinity  Parish,   N.  Y.   City,   1847-77. 
d.  1879. 

Henry  Sheaff  Hoyt,* 

d.  1891.  , 

Mortimer  Livingston,"' 

d.  1857. 


Austin  L.  S.  Main,* 

A.  B.,  1828;  M,  D.,  1832.     d.  1867. 

John  A.  Morrill* 
George  B.  Neill* 
John  M.  Ogden,* 

d.  1836. 

Joel  B.  Post,* 

d.  1882. 

Samuel  Sidney  St.  John,* 

A.  B.,  1828;  A.  M.,  1834.     d.  1882. 

Barzillai  Slosson,* 

Dist.  Atty.  Ontario  Co.,  N.  Y.  d.   1874. 

Lewis  Thibou,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1828;  A.  M.  JHobart  Coll.,  1851.  d.  1876. 

John  Ledyard  Vandervoort,* 

A.  M.,  1831;  M.  D.,  1832.     d.  1891. 

Robert  Boyd  Van  Kleeck,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  1831,  and  Trinity  Coll.,  1847;  S.  T.  D. 
Hobart  Coll.,  1851.     d.  1880. 

William  Wheeler  Van  Wagenen,* 

A.  M..  1834. 

Alexander  Robertson  Walsh,* 

d.  1884. 

William  Walton,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  1828;  A.  M.,  1836;  D.  D.,  1852,  and 
Hobart  Coll.,  1852;  Instr.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.  d. 
1869. 

Richard  Whiley,  Jr.* 

Martin    Zborowski    (Martin    Ryer- 
son),* 


d.  1878. 


1829 


George  Featherstone  Allen,* 

d.  1863. 

Theodore  A.  Bailey* 
Thomas  E.  Blanch,* 

Dist.  Atty.  Rockland  Co.,  N.  Y.     d.  1879. 

James  Augustus  Carter,* 

A.  B.,  1829;  M.  D.,  1832. 

Alfred  Winfred  Craven,* 

Ch.  Eng.  Croton  Aq.  Dept.  N.  Y.  City,  1850; 
pres.  Am.   Soc.  Civil  En",  69-71.     d.   1879. 

Robert  James  Dillon,* 

Corp.  Counsel  N.  Y.  City  53-56.     d.  1872. 

Benjamin  S.  Downing,* 

A.  B.,  29;  M.  D.,  32.     d.  1834. 

William  Edgar,* 

d.   1887. 

James  Heyward,* 

A.  B.,  29;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 


102 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1829-31 


John  Treat  Irving,  Jr.,* 

d.    1906. 

Richard  Harison  Ogden,* 

d.   1859. 

Samuel  Ogden,* 

d.  1879. 

Thomas  W.  Ogden,* 

Trustee  St.  Stepheh's  Coll.  N.  Y.;  trustee  Genl. 
Theol.   Sem.      d.   1901. 

John  David  Ogilby,* 

A.  B.,  29  ;A.  M.,  33;  Mast.  Col.  Coll.  Gram. 
ScK.  20-30;  prof.  Rutgers  Coll.  32-40;  prof. 
Genl.  Theol.  Sem.  41-51.     d.   1851. 

Peter  Augustus  Schermerhorn,* 

A.  M.,  33.     d.  1845. 

Theodore  Sedgwick,  Jr.,* 

U.  S.  Dist.  Atty.  N.  Y.  58-59;  trustee  Coll. 
Phys.  and  Surg.   N.  Y.,  42-59.     d.   1859. 

Charles  R.  Swords,* 

N.   Y.  Assemb.     d.   1881. 

Robert  Tucker,* 

A.  B.,  29;  M.  D.,  32.     d.  1846. 

John  Dash  Van  Buren,* 

N.   Y.   Assemb.,   57-63.     d.    1883. 

Fanning  S.  Worth,* 

A.  B.,  29;  A.  M.,  35. 

1830 

John  B.  Boggs* 
James  Bowdoin.* 

d.  97. 

Robert  lyivingston  Cutting,* 
John  Delafield,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  30;  A.  M.,  37.     d.  1866. 

Hugh  T.  Dickey,* 

Judge  Cook  Co.  111.  and  of  7th  Judicial  Circuit 
Court  111.  45-53.     d.  1892. 

Benjamin  T.  Ferguson,* 

d.    1836. 

Lewis  Carstairs  Gunn,* 

U.  S.  Collector  Customs  Puget  Sound  Dist. 
63-64;  U.  S.  Assess.  Int.  Revenue,  San  Fran- 
cisco 65-68;  Dep.  Collector  Customs  San  Diego, 
Cal.  76-82,  and  Customs  Assess.  83-86.     d.  1892. 

Nicholas  C.  Heyward,* 

d.   1852. 

George  Ireland,  Jr.,* 

d.    1873. 

Edward  Jones,* 

A.  B.,  30;  M.  D.,  34.     d.   1869. 

John  Taylor  Kneeland,* 

A.  B.,  30;M.  D.  33.     d.  1838. 


Henry  L,edyard,* 

Sec.  U.  S.  Legation  at  Paris  39-42,  and  Chargfi 
d'Aif  42-44;  Mayor  Detroit  55;  Mich.  Sen.  57. 
d.    1880. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Miller,* 

d.   1837. 

Henry  Cruse  Murphy,* 

A.  B.,  30;  LL.  D.,  64,  Rutgers  Coll.;  Mayor 
Brooklyn  42;  repr.  in  Congr.  43-45,  47-49; 
mem.  N.  Y.  Constit.  C'onv.  46,  67,  U.  S.  Min. 
at  The  Hague  58-62;  N.  Y.  Sen.  62-73.  d. 
1882. 

Henry  Nicoll,* 

A.  B.,  30;  LL.  D.,  70;  Repr.  in  Congr.  47-49; 
mem.  N.  Y.  Constit.  Conv.  46.     d.  1879. 

Charles  Hammond  Ogden,* 

d.  1874. 

William  Steele,* 

A.  B.,  30;  M.  D.,  33.     d.   1887. 

William  D.  Waddington,*  . 

d.    1886. 

George  William  Wright,* 

d.   1873. 

1831 

James  Bolton,* 

A.  B.,  31;  A.  M.,  35;  M.  D.,  36. 

Peter   Schermerhorn   Chauncey, 
Rev.,* 

A.  B..  31;  A.  M..  36  and  Trinity  Coll.  48; 
S.T.D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  58;  trustee  Trinity  48-51. 
d.  1866. 

James  Chrystie,  Jr.,* 

d.  1836. 

Abraham  Bogart  Conger,* 

A.  B.,  31;  A.  M.,  34;  N.  Y.  Sen.;  pres.  N.  Y. 
S.  Agr.  Soc;  mem.  N.  Y.  Constit.  Conv.  67. 
d.   1887. 

William  Ernest  Eigenbrodt,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  31;  A.  M.,  35;  D.  D.,  55;  B.  D.  Genl. 
Theol,  Sem.:  prof.  do.  62-89;  Emeritus  89-94. 
d.   1894. 

Robert  Emory,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  31:  A.  M.,  34;  S.  T.  D..  46;  prof.  Dick- 
inson 34-39  and  pres.  42-S.     d.   1848. 

Petrus  Stuyvesant  Fish;* 

A.  B.,  31;   A.  M.,  34.     d.   1834. 

John  B.  Gallagher,  Rev.,* 

d.  1849. 

John  Philip  Hone,* 

d.   1885. 

Bradish  Johnson,* 

d.   1892. 

Charles  Ray  King,* 

A.  B.,  31;  M.  D.,  Penn,  34;  LL.  D.,  Trinity 
Coll.     d.  1901. 

James  Joseph  Macneven,* 

d.    1832. 


1831-33] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


103 


James  McCready  Morgan* 
Gideon  Smyth  Nichols,* 

d.    1894. 

John  lyouis  O'Sullivan,*      '    ' 

A.  B.,  31;  A.  M.,  34;  mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb.  41- 
42;  Regent  Univ.  N.  Y.  S.  46-55;  U.  S.  Min. 
Portugal  54-63.     d.  1895. 

John  Punnett,* 

A.  B.,  31:  A.  M.,  34:  M.  D.,  34,  Penn. 

John  B.  Purroy,* 

A.  B..  31:  A.  M.,  34.     d.  59. 

Richard  W.  Redfield,* 

A.  B.,  31;  A.  M.,  38.     d.  1846. 

Edwin  M.  Taylor* 
Francis  Tomes,  Jr.,* 

,  d.  1898. 

Robert  George  Vermilye,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  31;  A.  M.,  36;  D.  D.;  51;  prof.  Theol. 
Inst.  Conn;,  trustee  Hamilton  Coll.  50-57.  d. 
1875. . 

Ivloyd  Saxbury  Waddell,* 

d.   1832. 

Samuel  Ward,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  31;  A.  M.,  35;  Ph.  D.,  Tubingen;  Sec. 
U.  S.  Special  Mission  to  Paraguay,  58;  and  to 
Nicaragua,  63.     d.   1884. 

Robert  Watts,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  31:  A.  M.,  34:  M.  D.,  35;  M.  D.,  Berk- 
shire Med.  Coll.,  37;  prof.  Coll.  Phys.  .and 
Surg.     d.  1867. 

1832 

Henry  T.  Anthony,* 

d.  1884. 

Walter  Titus  Avery,* 

d.   1904. 

Horatio  Bogart,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M.,  36.     d.  1882. 

William  L.  Boyd,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M..  35.     d.   1903. 

George  Carvill,  Jr,,* 
John  Chrystie,* 

d.  1856. 

Henry  S.  Dodge,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M.,  35.     d.   1855. 

Daniel  G.  F.  Fanshaw,* 

d.  1833. 

James  Heard,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M.,  36.     d.  1880. 

Alexander  C.  Hillman,  Rev.,* 

d.  1875. 

Nicholas  W.  Hoffman,* 

d.    1843. 


Aaron  Jarvis,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  35.     d.  1859. 

William  Templeton  Johnson,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M.,  35.     d.  1869. 

Philip  Livingston  Jones,* 

A.  B.,  32;  M.  D.,  35.     d.  1883. 

John  J.  C.  Kane,* 

d.   1854. 

Frederick  W.  Miller,  Rev.,* 
Stephen  Reed,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M..  35. 

Thomas  A.  Richmond,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.   M.,  35.     d.   1839. 

Henry  Joseph  Ruggles,* 

d.  1906. 

William  Channing  Russel,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M.,  35;  LL.  D.,.  75;  Ex-V.-Pres. 
Cornell,     d.   1896. 

Erasmus  Peshine  Smith,* 

A.  B.,  32;  LL.  B.,  Harvard,  33;  Supt.  of  Edu- . 
cation   State  of  N.  Y.:  U.   S.  Commr.  of  Emi- 
gration;   U.    S.    Examiner    of    Claims;    sec.    of 
Foreign  Affairs  of  the  Empire  of  Japan,  70-76. 
d.   1882. 

John  Edwin  Strllwell,* 

A.  B.,  32;  M.  D.,  36.     d.  1873. 

Frederick  L.  Talcott,* 

d.  1884. 

Philip  William  Thomas,* 

d.   1871. 

Jonathan  Thompson,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  32;  A.  M.,  36.     d.  1872. 

Frederick  Townsend,* 

d.  1883. 

Russell  Nevins  Townsend,* 

d.    1837. 

William  Samuel  Verplanck,* 

d.    1886. 

1833 

Stephen  D.  Allen,* 

A.  B.,  33;  M.  D.  Penn,  37.     d.  1840. 

James  Barrow,  Jr.,* 

d.  1868. 

John  S.  Bartlett,  Jr.,* 
Jackson  Bolton,* 

A.  B.,  33;  M.  D.  Penn.,  38.     d.  1866. 

James  Constable* 
Richard  Cox,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  33;  A.  M.,  36. 

John  Ferris  Delaplaine,  Jr.,* 

Sec.  U.   S.   Legation,  Vienna,  61-83.     d.  85. 


104 


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[1833-35 


Pierre  Cortlandt  DePeyster,* 

d.  1854. 

John  M.  Gelston* 
Charles  Hall,* 

A.  B..  33;  A.  M.,  38. 

John  Jay  Jenkins,* 

d.   1898. 

Philip  Kearny,  Jr.,* 

d.    1862. 

Francis  P.  L,ee,  Rev.,* 

A.   B.,   33;   A.   M.,   36.     d.   1847. 

Samuel  Bard  McVickar,* 

d.    1837. 

James  W.  Metcalf,* 

A.   B.,  33;   M.   D.,  elsewhere,     d.    1896. 

Gouverneur  Morris  Ogden,* 

d.   1884. 

Henry  Brevoort  Renwick,* 

Examr.  U.  S.  Pat.  Off.     d.  1895. 

William  Rhinelander  Renwick,* 

,    d.  1883. 

Bruce  Schermerhorn,* 

d.    1862. 

Edward  Slosson,* 

d.  1871. 

John  G.  Smedberg,* 

d.  1873. 


Robert  Spencer,* 


Abraham  Gardiner  Thompson,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  33;  A.  M.,  36;  M.  D.,  37;  N.  Y.  Assemb. 
45  and  57.     d..  1887. 

James  A.  Williams,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  33;  A.  M.,  36;  D.  D.  63.     d.  1883. 

1834 

William  Mortimer  Allen,* 

A.   B.,  34;  A.  M.,   37.     d.    1878. 

James  William  Beekman,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  38;  N.  Y.  Assemb.  48;  N  Y. 
Senate  49-51;  Trustee  Med.  Dept,  60-77.'  d 
1877. 

Edward  K.  Bryar,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  38.     d.  1890. 

William  Bryan  Casey,* 

A.  B.,  34;  M.  D.,  Penn.,  37. 

James  Michael  Cockcroft  * 

d  1891. 

William  Cockcroft,* 

A.  B.,  34;  M.  D.,  38.     d.  1890. 

John  Conger,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37;  M.  D.,  38.     d.  1860. 


Isaac  Clason  Delaplaine,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37;  Eepr.  in  Congr.  61-63.     d. 
1866. 

William  Demarest,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37.     d.   1874. 

William  Dennis,  Rev.,* 
William  Dodge,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37;  N.  Y.  Assemb.  49.    d.  85. 

William  Mitchell  Gillespie,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37;  LL.  D.,  59,  Nashville, 
57.     d.   1886. 

John  S.  Heard,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  37.     d.  1885. 

Henry  Heyward,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  1838. 

Benjamin  S.  Huntington,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  39.     d.  1882. 

William  Henry  Hyde,* 

d.   1896. 

Samuel  Evan  Johnson,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37;  Judge  Kings  Co.  N.  Y. 
d.   1870. 

William  Gracie  King,* 

d.   1882. 

Alexander  Major* 

Richard  Edwards  Mount,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37.     d.   1880. 

Ph'ilip  Rhinelander* 
Robert  Smith  Swords,* 

d.   1881. 

Anthony  Ten  Broeck,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37;  D.  D.  67.     d.  1880. 

Eloyd  Windsor,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  34;  A.  M.,  37;  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
36;  S.  T.  D.  Hobart  Coll.,  80.     d.  1889. 

1835 

Jedediah  Blakeney  Auld,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  38.     d.  1866. 

Romaine  Dillon,* 

Sec.  U.  S.  Legation,  Brazil,     d.  1888. 

Evert  Augustus  Duyckinck,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  38.     d.  1878. 

Benigo  Gener* 

Thomas  Buchanan  Gilford,* 

d.  1910. 

Andrew  Stelle  Hamersley,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  39. 

Orlando  Harriman,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  38.     d.   1881. 

William  Heard,* 

d.  1898. 


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105 


Joshua  E.  Jones,* 

d.   1839. 

Charles  C.  Lee* 

John  W.  C.  Leveridge,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  39j  mem.  Council  N.  Y. 
Univ.     d.  1896. 

Charles  Harrison  Lyon,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  38. 

Joseph  Mclntyre* 
Charles  D.  Mead,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  39. 

William  Mulligan,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  38.     d.  1904. 

Alexander  Palache* 
George  Quartus  Pomeroy* 
John  H.  Riker,* 

d.  1894. 

William  H.  Taggard,* 

d.   1854. 

Ludlow  Thomas,* 

d.  1894. 

John  Richard  Thurman,* 

Repr.  in  Congr.  49-51.     d.   1854. 

Russell  Trevett,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  38;  D.  D.,  55;  S.  T.  D. 
Coll.  St.  James,  57;  prof.  St.  James  Coll.,  Md., 
44-55  and  St.  Johns  Coll.,  Md.,  55-61.     d.  1865 

William  Henry  Wilson,* 

A.  B.,  35;  A.  M.,  38.     d.  1894. 

Christian  Zabriskie,  Jr.,* 

d.  86. 

1836 

Newbold  Edgar* 

Christodoulos  L.  M.  Evangdes,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  54.    d.  83. 

-  George  William  Fash,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  40. 

John  Graham,* 

d.  1894. 

Giles  Mumford  Hillyer,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  39.     d.  1871. 

John  Henry  Hobart,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  36;  S.  T.  D.,  56;  trustee  Hobart  Coll., 
46-54.     d.    1889. 

Edward  Hoffman* 
John  Jay,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  39;  LL.  D.,  91,  and  Hobart 
Can.  89;  U.  S.  Min.  Plen.  to  Austria,  69-75; 
pres.  N.  Y.  State  Civil  Serv.  Comm.  83-87.  d. 
1894. 

William  Alfred  Jones,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.     d.   1900. 


Edward  Huger  Laight,* 

d.     1853. 

James  Phillips  Lake 
George  Harrison  Lynch,* 

d.    1885. 

Henry  McVickar,  Rev.,*  , 

Daniel  McLaren  Quackenbush, 
Rev.,* 

A.  B..  36:  A.  M.,  39;  S.  T.  D..  N.  Y.  Univ., 
63.     d.   1900. 

James  Renwick,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  39.     d.  1895. 

Charles  Seymour,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  39.     d.  1895. 

William  Thompson 
Henry  Ward,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  39.     d.  1840. 

George  Gilfert  Waters,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  39.     d  1873 

Harvey  Augustus  Weed,* 

A.  B.,   36;  A.  M.,   39.     d,   1872. 

James  Willis  Wilson,* 

A.  B.,  36;  A.  M.,  39.     fl.   1868. 

1837 

Charles  Aldis,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  37;  A.  M..  40.     d.   1857. 

Samuel  Blatchford,*  i 

A.  B..  37:  LL.  D.,  67;  Judee  U.  S.  Dist.  Co. 

S.   Dist.   N.   Y.,  67-78  and  Judge  U.    S.   Circ. 

Ct.,   2d  Jud.    Dist.,    78-82;    Assoc.  Just.    U.    S. 
Supr.   Ct.,   82-93.     d.    1893. 

Nathaniel  W.  Chittenden,* 

A.  B.,  37:  A.  M.,  46.     d,  1885. 

John  William  Clark,  Rev.,* 

d.    1885. 

Samuel  Cockcroft,* 

d.  1889.  j/ 

J.  Wallace  Collet,* 

A.  B.,  37;  A.  M.,  41. 

Stephen  Douglas,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  37;  A.  M.,  40.     d.   1857. 

Henry  P.  Fessenden,* 

d.  1867. 

Anthony  Halsey,* 

A.  B.,  37;  A.  M.,  40.     d.  1879. 

Benjamin  Holmes  Jarvis* 
William  Henry  Leggett,* 

d.  1882. 

John  MacMullen,* 

A.  B.,  37;  A.  M.,  40.     d.  96. 


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[1837-39 


Charles  D.  March* 
William  J.  Masterton* 
George  h.  Nevius,* 

d.  73. 

Charles  Edward  Shea,* 

A.  B.,  37;  A.  M..  40. 

Jesse  Ames  Spencer,  Rev.,* 

A  B.,'37;  A.  M.,  40  and  D.  D.,  52;  A.  M., 
Trinity  Coll.;  54  and  S.  T.  D.,  72;  prof.  Coll. 
City  N.  Y.,  69-81;  Custodian  of  the  Standard 
Bible  of  the   Church,   83-95.     d.    1898. 

David  Provost  Thomas* 
John  Ireland  Tucker,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  37;  D.  D.,  58.     d.  1895. 

George  Stayley  Van  Cleef,  Rev.,* 
John  Vanderbilt,  Jr.,* 

N.  Y.  Sen.;  Judge  Kings  Co.  N.  Y.     d.  1877. 

Samuel  H.  Whitlock,* 

d.  1856. 

Alexander     Somerville     Wother- 
spoon,* 

A.  B.,  37;  M.  D.,  41;  Asst.  Surg.  U.  S.  A.,  43- 
54.     d.    1854. 

1838 

Frederic  Anthon,* 

d.  1868. 

Edward  Anthony,* 

|d.    1888. 

Mancer  Mark  Backus,* 

A.   B.,  38;  A.  M.,  Hobart  Coll.,  41.     d.   1887. 

Thomas  Colden  Cooper,* 

d.   1864. 

Richard  H.  Douglass* 
Isaac  V.  Fowler,* 

Ai  B.,  38;  A.  M.,  42.     d.  1869. 

John  Hone,* 

d.   1891. 

Philip  Hone,  Jr.,* 

d.    1870. 

Benjamin  Tredwell  Kissam,* 

A.   B.,  38;  A.  M.,  51.     d.   1907. 

John  Mason  Knox,* 

A.  B.,  38;  A.  M.;  pres.  Roosevelt  Hosp.,  86-94. 
d.  1894. 

Jeremiah  Larocque,* 

d.  1868. 

Alfred  Mersan  Loutrel,  Rev.,* 

d.  1900. 

William  Brinckerhoff  Moffat,* 

A  B.,  38;  A.  M.,  41;  M.  D.,  42. 


Benjamin  Romaine,  Jr.,* 

d.  1841. 

William  Edward  Snowden,* 

d.   1888. 

Charles  Spear,* 

d.   1871. 

George  Templeton  Strong,* 

Treas.  U.  S.  San.  Comm.     d.  1875. 

AVilliam  Riggin  Travers,* 

d.   1887. 

Francis  Marion  Ward,* 

A.  B.,  38;  A.  M.,  41.     d.  1847. 

Henry  Hall  Ward,* 

A.  B.,  38;  A.  M.,  41.     d.  1872. 

1839 

Charles  Edward  Anthon,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  53;  LL.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ.,  66. 
d.   1833. 

George  Christian  Anthon,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.     d.   1877. 

John  Jacob  Astor,  Jr.,* 

d.  1890. 

Allen  Henry  Brown,  Rev.,* 

A.   B.,  39;   D.   D.,  Princeton,  05. 

James  C.  Roosevelt  Brown,* 

d.   1864. 

John  Ebenezer  Burrill,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  43;  mem.  N.  Y.  S.  Constit. 
Conv.,  67.     d.  1893. 

Frederic  Augustus  Cairns,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  73.     d.   1879. 

Arthur  Carey,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42.     d.  1844. 

John  Carey,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42.     d.   1881. 

George  James  Cornell,* 

A.  B..  39;  A.  M.,  42;  mem.  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  4S. 
d  1857. 

Henry  Drisler,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42;  LL.  D.,  64,  and  Harvard, 
86.     d.  1897. 

Richard  Stockton  Emmet,* 

d.    1902. 

James  Walker  Fowler,*    , 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42.     d.  1904. 

Harvey  Doddridge  Ganse,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  44.     d.  1891. 

Nathaniel  Blossom  Hoxie,* 

A.  B..  39;  A.  M.,  42. 

Frederick  Hughson,* 

d  1906. 

Charles  Ingersoll,* 

A.  B.,  39;  LL.  B.,  Harvard  41. 


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107 


Daniel  DeForest  Lord,* 

Trustee  Med.  Dept.,  60-91.     d.  1894. 

Joseph  Rich  Mann,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  44;  S.  T.  D.,  Princeton,  62. 
d.   1881. 

Edwin  Augustus  Nichols,  Rev.,* 

d.    1888. 

John  Pirnie,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42.     d.  1891. 

Peter  B.  Pirnie,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42. 

George  Warner  Quackenbos,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42. 

Edward  Sabine  Renwicls,* 

A.  B.,  39;  A.  M.,  42.     d.  1912. 

James  William  Walsh,* 

d.  1872. 

1840 

Charles  Bancroft,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43;  D.  D.  61  and  Univ.  of 
Bishops  Coll.  Canada,  62;  LL.  D.,  McGill,  70. 
d.  1877. 

Samuel  Bowden,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43;  D.  D.  90.     d.    1894. 

Gerard  Smith  Eoyse,* 

d.  July  14,  1852. 

Charles  Biilow  Bucknor,* 
Anthony  Post  Campbell* 
James  Farley  Clark,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43. 

Edward  Nicoll  Crosby,* 

d.  1865. 

William  Forrest  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.  1856. 

James  George  Graham,* 

A.  B.,  40-;  A.  M.,  43;  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  49,  66, 
77,  78.     d.  1896. 

Ogden  Hoffman,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  40;  LL.  B.,  Harvard,  42,  judge  U.  S. 
Dist.  Ct.  N.  Dist.  Cal.,  51.     d.  1891. 

Lydig  Monson  Hoyt,* 

d.  1868. 

Alfred  George  Jones,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43;  LL.  B.,  Harvard,  42.  d. 
1868. 

Robert  L,enox  Kennedy,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.  1887. 

Edward  Henry  Lawrence* 
Benjamin  Chase  Leveridge,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  44.     d.  1907. 

Levi  Arnold  Lockwood,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.  1883. 


Dwight  Edwards  Lyman,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  47.     d.  1893, 

John  Mitchell  Mason,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.  1878. 

Thomas  C.  Meyer,* 

d.  1908. 

Alonzo  Castle  Monson,* 

A.  B..  40;  A.  M.,  43;  Judge  Sup.  Ct.  California, 
d.   1901. 

Obadiah  Newcomb,.  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  M.  D.  elsehere.     d.  1902. 

William  Nicoll,* 

d.   1900. 

George  W.  Pell,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,   52.     d.    1896. 

Jotham  Post,* 

A.  B.,  40;  M.  D.,  45.     d.  1877. 

Ellis  Potter,  Jr.,* 

d.  1886. 

Worthington  Romaine,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.   1888. 

William   Colford  Schermerhorn,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.  1903. 

Peter  Shapter,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43. 

Peter  Remsen  Strong,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.  1878. 

Owen  Sweeny,* 

A.  B.,'40;  A.  M.,  43;  M.  D.,  45. 

Joseph  Webb  Winans,* 

A.  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  43.     d.  1887. 

Van  Brunt  Wyckoff,* 

A  B.,  40;  A.  M.,  44;  M.  D.,  45.     d.  1889. 

1841 

Daniel  Henry  Beadel* 
Edward  Lewis  Chichester,* 

A.  B.,  41;  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

John  Hicks  Clark* 

George  Washington  Collord,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44;  D.  D.,  Univ.  N.  Y.,  81. 
d.  1900. 

Frederick  Cunningham* 
Richard  Varick  De  Peyster,* 

d.    1874. 

Thomas  Bloodgood  Dibblee,* 

A  B.,  41;   A.  M.,  44.     d.   1895. 

Cornelius  Roosevelt  Duffie,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M;  44;  S.  T.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ.,  65; 
trustee  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.    d.  1900. 


108 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1841-42 


William  Ward  Duffield,* 

Senator,  3d  Senatorial  Dist.  Mich.,  78-80;  supt. 
U.  S.  Coast  and  Geodetic  Survey,  94-98.  d. 
1907. 

James  Emott,  Jr.,* 

Mayor  Poughkeepsie  N.  Y.,  54-55  j  Just.  Supr. 
Ct.  N.  Y.,  55-63;  Judge  Ct.  Appeals  N.  Y.  63. 
d.    1884. 

Herman  Ten  Eyck  Foster,* 

d.  1869. 

Oliver  Wolcott  Gibbs,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44;  M.  D.,  45;  LL.  D.,  73; 
Harvard,  Yale  and  Penn.  88.     d.  1908. 

Thomas  Strong  Griffihg,* 

d.   1877. 

Jacob  Boerum  Jewett,* 

d.  1876. 

William  Kemble,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44.     d.  1845. 

James  Hall  Mason  Knox,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44;  D.  D.  61;  LL.  D.,  85; 
pres.  Lafayette,  83-90.     d.  1903. 

Joseph  Effingham  Eawrence* 
Robert  Le  Roy,  Jr.,* 

4.    1865. 

John  Hodgson  Mortimer,* 

d.  1883. 

Israel  Moses,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44;  M.  D.,  45.  d.   1870. 

Edward  Delevan  Nelson,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44.     d.   1871. 

John  Harris  Parish,* 

A.  B.,  41 ;  LL.  B.,  Harvard,  44.     d.  1896. 

William  Lewis  Peck,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,'  57.     d.   1898. 

John  Rankin,  Jr., 

Jones  Rogers* 

George  Metcalfe  Root,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44.     d.   1906. 

Robert  G.  Simpson,* 

d.  1904. 

Augustus  Lyons  Smith,* 

d.   00. 

William  Lyons  Smith,* 

d.    1903. 

John  Joseph  Townsend,* 

A.  B.,  41;  A.  M.,  44;  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  50-51; 
mem.  N.  Y.  Constit.  Conv.,  67.     d.   1889. 

Robert  Dorlon  Van  Voorhis* 


1842 

Hector,  Craig  Ames,* 

Attache  U.  S.  Legation,  Madrid,  Spain,  42-46; 
U.  S.  Consul  Acapulco,  Mexico,  52-53.     d.  1853. 

William  Gould  Banks,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  M.,  45. 

Abraham  Smith  Brouwer* 
Benjamin  Eranklin  Clark,* 

d.  1892. 

William  Henry  Ebbetts,* 

d.   1890.  ' 

Frederick  Frye,* 

A.  M.,  45.     d.  1881. 

William  Henry  Harison,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  M.,  45;  S.  T.  D.  elsewhere,  d. 
1901. 

Abram  Stevens  Hewitt,* 

A.  B.,'42;  A.  M.,  45;  LL.  D.,  87;  U.  S.  Commr. 
to  Univ.  Exposition  Paris,  67;  Repr.  in  Congr., 
75-79,  81-86;  Mayor  N.  Y.  City,  87-89.     d.  1903. 

Julius  Sleight  Hitchcock,* 

d.    1888. 

Robert  Jafifray,* 

d.    1902. 

William  Seymour  Kernochan,* 

A.  B.,  42;  LL.  B.,  Harvard,  44.     d.  1904. 

Richard  Montgomery  Lawrence,  Jr.* 
Livingston  Kip  Miller,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  M.,  46.     d.  1877. 

Clement  Moore,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  M.,  45.     d.  1899. 

George  Lucas  Newton,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.   M.,  45. 

Robert  Morrison  Olyphant, 

Chair.  Exec.  Comm.  Del.  &  Hudson  R.  R.  Co. 
(160  W.  59th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Wheelock  Hendee  Parmly,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  m'.,  45;  S.  T.  D.  Colgate  67.  d. 
1894. 

William  Irving  Paulding,* 

d.   1890. 

James  Hunter  Phinney,* 
Edward  Elmer  Potter,* 

d.  1889. 

Zebedee  Ring,  Jr.,* 
Oliver  Everett  Roberts,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  M.,  45.     d.  1903. 

Washington  Rodman,  Rev.,* 

Grad.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem..  45.     d.  1907. 

Silas  Weir  Roosevelt,* 

d.  1870. 


1842-45] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


109 


David  Reid  Stanford,* 

d.  1892. 

John  Baker  Stevens,* 

d.  1891. 

William  Pinckney  Stewart,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  M.,  48.     d.  1870. 

John  Sym,* 

d.  1845. 

.Elisha  William  Teakle* 
David  Thomson,  Jr.,* 

-      A.  B.  43;  A.  M.  54.     d.  1906. 

1843 

Benjamin  Nibbs  Aymar,* 

d.  1848. 

Samuel  Peters  Bell,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.,  46.     d.  1892. 

Thomas  C.  T.  Buckley,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.,  46.     d.  1873. 

William  Edgar  Bunker,* 

d.  1874. 

John  White  Dana,* 

A.  B.,  43;  M.  D.,  46.     d.  1849. 

William  Cecil  Duncan,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.,  46;  D.  D.,  57.     d.  1864. 

Benjamin  H.  Franklin 
Albert  Gallatin,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M,   46.     d.    18S9. 

James  Watson  Gerard,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.,  46;  LL.  D.,  90;  N.  Y.  Senate. 
76-7.     d.  1900. 

William  Beach  Lawrence,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.  46.     d.  1870. 

Edward  Zachariah  Lewis,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  42;  A.  M.,  46;  LL.  B.  Yale  45.     d.  1875. 

William  McCune=!= 
Henry  Post  McGown,* 

TiTStice  9th  Dist.  Ct.   N.  Y.   C,   76-88;  Justice 
City  Ct.  N.  Y.  C,  88-95.     d.  1903. 

Matson  Meier-Smith,  Rev..* 

A.  M.,  57;  D.  D.,  63;  A.  M.  William  Col!.,  57. 
d.  1887. 

Robert  K.  Moffet* 
William  R.  Morgan* 
John  Christian  Philip,* 

A.  B.,  43;  M.  D.  47.     d.  1878. 

George  Payn  Quackenbos,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.,  46;   LL.  D.  Wesleyan,   68. 
d.  1881. 

Charles  Reynolds,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.,  46;  S.  T.  D.  elsewhere,     d. 

1885 


John  Henry  Ross, 

A.    B.,    43;    M.    D.,    47.     661    W.    179th    St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

John  B.  Stephens,* 

d.  1869. 

John  Thompson,* 

A.  B.,  43;  A.  M.,  46;  M.  D.,  47.     d.  1856. 

Cornelius  Van  Vorst,  Jr.,* 

d.  1906. 

1844 

Clement  W.  Al  Burtis,* 

d.  1899. 

John  Babcock  Arden,* 

A.  B.,  44;  A.  M.,  47;  M.  D.,  48.     d.  1851. 

Robert  Bayard  Campbell,* 

d.  1883. 

Jacob  Post  Giraud  Foster,* 

A.  B.,  44;  A.  M.,  47.     d.  1886. 

Samuel  Hollingsworth,  Rev.,* 

>    A.  B.,  44;  A.  M.,  47;  D.  D.  68.     d.  1884. 

Nicholas  Bergasse  Labau,* 

N.    Y.    Sen.,   67-9;    N.   Y.    Assemb.,   69-71.     d. 
1874. 

Charles  William  Lawrence,* 

d.  1895. 

Edward  McGee,  Rev. 
William  Bowne  Minturn,* 

A.  B.,  44;  M.  D.,  48.     d.  1875. 

William  Taylor  Moore,* 

d.  1896. 

Peter  Martin  Pirnie,*  '  -■  ■    ' 

A.  B.,  44;  A.  M.,  50.     d.  1900. 

EdwardHenry  Swan,*    ■ .         '  ' 

A.  B.,  44;  A.  k.,  47;  LL.  B.  Harvard,  47.     d. 
1903. 

Otto  William  Erasmus  Van  Tuyl,* 

M.  D.,  47. 

Charles  Whipple  Whiley,* 

A.  B.,  44;  M.  D.,  4^.    -d.  1874. 

1845 

John  Knickerbocker  Adams* 
James  Anderson* 

d.  1895. 

Francis  S.  Cottenet* 

d.  1848. 

John  Drake,* 

A.  B.,  45;  A.  M.,  51.     d.  1885. 

George  Barnard  Draper,  F.ev.,^ 

A.  B.,  45;  A.  M.,  48;  D.  U.  68.     d,  1876. 

George  Thomson  Elliot,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  45;  A.  M.,  49;  M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.,  61. 
d.  1871. 


110 


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[1845-47 


John  Jay  Elmendorf,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  45;  A.  M.,  48;  D.  D.,  66.     d.  1896. 

William  Alexander  Falls,* 

d.  1884. 

George  Irving,* 

d.  1908. 

George  A.  Jones,* 

d.  1882. 

Samuel  Thomas  Jones,* 

Just.  Sup.  Ct.  N.  Y.     d.  1892. 

John  Wheeler  Leavitt,* 

d.  1904. 

Alexander  McCue,* 

Assoc.  Judffe  City  Court  Bklyn,  70-83;  Chief 
Judge,  83-4;  Solicitor  Treasury  U.  S.,  U.  S. 
Asst.  Treas.  N.  Y.  C,  88-9.     d.  1889. 

Charles  Armand  Minton,* 

d.  1886.  ,  * 

Samuel  B.  Romaine  Nichols* 
David  B.  Ogden,  Jr.* 

d.  1865. 

Henry  Onderdonk,* 

A.  B.,  45;  A.  M.  48;  Pres.  Md.  Agric.  Coll., 
61-4. 

Lefroy  Ravenhill,* 

A.  B.,  45;  A.  M.,  49;  M.  D.,  49.     d.  1851. 

Aaron  B.  Reid,* 

d.  1880. 

Stephen  K.  Stanton, 

(132  W./58tli  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  A.  Taggard,* 

d.  1865. 

Frederick  Samuel  Tallmadge,* 

A.  B.,  45;  A.  M.,  49.     d.  1904. 

Pierre  Marston  Van  Wyck,* 

d.  1881. 

Henrv  P.  Wainwright,* 

d.   1845. 

1846 

Richard  Smith  Garden  Abbott,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49.     d.  18S4. 

George  Mortimer  Belden,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  50.     d.  1873. 

Beverley  Robinson  Betts,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49.     d.  1899. 

Edward  C.  Bogert* 
Henry  A.  Bogert,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49.     d.  1905. 

Arthur  Bronson,  Jr.*  ''' 

Elias  Galley  Brown,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49.     d.  1893. 


William  J.  Frost,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49;  S.  T.  D.  Tennessee,  LL.  D. 
Delaware  Coll.     d.  1892. 

William  Benjamin  Harison, 

(915  Seventh  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Burrall  Hoffman,* 

■d.  1892. 

William  H.  Hudson* 
John  G.  Hyer* 
William  M.  Johnston,* 

d.-1852. 

John  Grenville  Kane,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49.     d.  1877. 

Edwin  Merritt  Kellogg,* 

A.   B.,   46;   M.   D.,   N.   Y.   Med   Coll.,   52.     d. 
1905. 

John  L.  Lefferts 
Jeremiah  Loder,* 

A.    B.,   46;    A.   M.,   49;   LL.    B.   Yale,   48.    d. 
1890. 

Charles  Scott  McKnight,* 

d.  1895.' 

William  Ausfustus  McVickar,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  50;  D.  D.,  70.     d.  1877. 

Frederick  Nash,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49;  M.  D.,  50.     d.  1861. 

William  Whittingham  Olssen,  Rev., 

A.  M.,  50;  D.  D.,  76;  Prof  Emer.  St.  Stephen's 
Col.    (Bloomfield,  N.  J.)' 

Edward  Mills  Pecke,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  40,  and  Trinity  Coll.,  52.    d. 
\  1897. 

George  W.  Pell,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  52. 

James  Thomson,* 

A.  B.,  46;  A.  M.,  49.     d.  1893. 

Alexander  Griswold  Tyng* 

1847 
Cornelius  Duffie  Blake,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50. 

John  Habersham  Bolton* 
Henry  Pearsall  Campbell,* 

A,  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50.     d.  1886. 

John  Winthrop  Chanler,* 

A.    B.,   47;   A.   M.,   73;    N    Y.   Assemb.,  58-9; 
Repr.  in  Cong.,  63-9.     d.   1877. 

William  Samuel  Coffey,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50.     (19  S.  Ninth  Ave.,  Mt. 
Vernon,  N.  Y.) 


1847-48] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


111 


Wilhelmus  Bogart  Conger 
Carroll  Dunham,* 

A.  B.,  47;  M.  D.,  50;  Dean  N.  Y.  Homeopath 
Med.  Coll.     d.  1877. 

John  Whetten  Ehninger,* 

d.  1889. 

Robert  Holden,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M..  47.     d.  1901. 

Arthur  M.  Jones,* 

d.  1850. 

John  Stearns  Lane,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50. 

Isaac  LawVence, 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  SO;  LL.  B.,  49,  Harvard; 
Student  Internatl.  Law;  assoc.  ed,  U.  S.  Demo- 
cratic Review^  56-59;  ed.  Natl.  Dem.  Conv. 
(Rhode  i-s.)  64;  U.  S.  Consular  Agt.  at  Coburg, 
62-  do.  at  Fort  Hope,  Can.,  72-76;  Dem.  Candi- 
date for  Gov.  Rhode  Is.,  78;  lect.  Diplomacy; 
ed.  Lawrence's  Wheaton  on  Internatl.  Law. 
15  E.  90th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Simmons  Ludlum,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50;  M.  D.,  62.     d.  1890. 

John  James  McLaren,* 

d.  1882. 

Clarence  Green  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50.     d.  1893. 

Timothy  Gupree  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50.     d.  1857. 

John  Moneypenny,* 

'        A.  B.,  47;  M.  D.,  50.     d.  1907. 

John  Wells  Moore,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  60.     d.  1885. 

Archibald  M.  Morrison,  Rev.* 
John  Neilson* 

Benjamin  Augustus  Onderdonk* 
Frederic  W.  Rhinelander,* 

d.  1904. 

Joseph  Kanick  Riggs,* 

d.  1883. 

James  Francis  Ruggles,* 

d.  1895. 

Israel  Leander  Townsend,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50,  and  Trinity  Coll.,  62; 
S.  T.  D.  St.  Stephen's  CoII.,77;  Chaplain 
House  Repr.  U.  S.  44th  Congr.     d.  1908. 

Robert  Travis,  Jr.,- Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  47;  A.  M.,  50.     d.  1866. 

Francis  Van  Rensselaer* 
Tompkins  Westervelt,* 

I.L.  B.  Yale,  50;  County  Judge  and  Surrogate 
(i.;    ,  Richmond  Co.  N.  Y.,  76-82.     d.   1882. 


1848 

Theodorus  Bailey  Bronson,* 

A.  B.,   48;   A.   M.,   51.     d.   1881. 

Horace  W.  Carpentier, 

(Galway,  N.  Y.) 

Ralph  L.  Cook,* 

d.  1892. 

Lyman  Denison  Demaray* 
Richard  Mead  De  Mille,* 

A.  B.,  48;  A.  M.,  51.     d.  1905. 

Morgan  Dix,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  48;  A.  M.,  51;  S.  T.  D.  (Hon.),  63; 
D.  C.  L.  Univ.  of  the  South,  85;  D.  D.  Prince- 
ton, 96;  Oxford,  00,  and  Harvard,  02;  Trustee 
Hobart  Coll.,  61-08.     d.  1908. 

George  Clinton  Farrar, 

A.  B.,  48;  A.  M.,  51;  Pres.  Fall  Creek  Coal  and 
Iron  Co.     (519  Chauncey,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Joseph  Wesley  Harper,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  48;  A.  M.,  51.     d.  ,1896. 

Pierre  Leslie  Irving,* 

d.  1891. 

Henry  Whitlock  Johnson,* 

■d.    1863. 

Levi  Merriam  Kellogg,* 

d.  1904. 

Cornelius  Low  King,* 

d.   1893. 

George  Morford  Klots,* 

d.   1873. 

Edward  Leavenworth* 
Theodore   Frelinghuysen  Lewis,* 

A.  B.,  48;  A.  M.,  51.     d.  1903. 

John  Lockwood,  Jr.,* 

d.  1901. 

Lewis  Morris,  Jr.,* 

d.  1855. 

Peter  Wilson  Ostrander, 

A.  B.,  48;  A.  M.,  51;  Pres.  of  Fhilolexian  and 
Speaker  at  its  anniversary;  commenc.  speaker 
at  grad.;  mem.  14th  Regt.  Inf.  Bkln.,  (84th  N. 
Y.  Vols.);  Col.  on  staff  G.  A.  R.  N^tl.  Encamp- 
ment; Lawyer;  Pres.  Bkln.  Yacht  Club  for 
years;  next  in  age  to  N.  H.  W.  Carpenter  of 
class,  48  and  2d  oldest  living  grad.  of  Col.; 
mem.  Bkln.  Bar  Assn.  367  Fulton  St.  and 
12   Woodruff  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

William  Cruger  Pell* 
Columbus  B.  Rogers,* 

,  d.    1894. 

Thomas  P.  St.  John* 
Otis  Dwight  Swan,* 

A.  B.,  48;  LL.  B.,  Harvard,  50.     d.  1894. 


112 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1848-50 


Isaac  Van  Winkle,* 

A.  B.,  48;  A.  M.     d.  1882. 

Benjamin   Clark  Wetmore 
Joseph  Moss  White* 
1849 
Cornelius  Rea  Agnew,* 

A.  B.,  49;  M.  D.,  52;  A.  M.,  80.     d.  1888. 

William  Edmond  Armitage,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  49;  A.  M.,  52;  D.  D.,  66.     d.  1873. 

William  Astor,* 

d.  1892. 

Edward  Courtlandt  Babcock,  Rev.,* 

d.    1857. 

Norman  Adams  Beach* 
Charles  Hinckley  Brown* 
Churchill  John  Cambreleng* 
Baldwin  Dix* 
George  Lloyd  Freeman,* 

A  B.,  49;  M.  D.  Cleveland  Horn.  Hosp.  Coll., 
52.     d.  1904. 

t 

Henry  DeCosta  Hanners,* 

d.  1880. 

William  Abel  Hardenbrook* 
John  Vernon  Henry,* 

A.  B.,  49;  A.  M.,  52.     d.  1874. 

William  Henry  Herriman, 

Care  J.  S.  Morgan  and  Co.,  London,  Eng. 

Lewis  Ashurst  Kemper,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  49;  B.  D.  Nashota  Theol.  Sem.,  52;  S.  T. 
D.,   68.     d.    1886. 

William  Morrow  Knox,* 

A.  B.,  49;  M.  D.,  54;  A.  M.,  55. 

Joseph  Larocque,* 

A,  B.,  49;  LL.  D.,  04;  Pres.  of  the  Assoc,  of 
the  Bar  of  the     City  of  N.  Y.,  95-6.     d.  1908. 

David  Porter  Lord,* 

d.   1904. 

Charles  A.  Magnes,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  49;  A.  M.,  53.     d.  1892. 

Ebenezer  Bowman  Miner,* 

A.  B.„  49;  M.  D.,  Penn.,  52.     d.   1869. 

Daniel  Morrelle,  Rev.,* 

A.  B..  49;  A.  M„  55.     d.  1899. 

Aaron  Ogden,* 

A.  B.,  49;  A.  M.,   52.     d.   1896.  .  * 

H^enry  Parish, 

A.  By  49,  Chrmn.  Bd.  Trustees  N.  Y.  Life  Ins. 
and  Trust  Co.;  mem.  Metropolitan  and  Bankers' 
Clubs.     52  Wall  and  18  W.  57th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


John  Prince  Pemberton,* 

A.  B.,  49;  M.  D.,  64.     d.  1895. 

George  C.  Pollen,* 

d.  1867. 

Charles  E.  Rhinelander, 

115  E.  38th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Saumarez  Dobree  Routh,* 

d.    1903. 

John  Frederick  Schroeder,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

d.  1896.    ' 

Ezra  Kellogg  Sherwood* 
John  Shrady,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  49;  A.  M.  58;  M.  D.  61.  (140  W. 
126th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Drake  Skidmore,* 

A,  B.,  49;  A.  M.,  52.     d.  1903. 

Prosper  Montgomery  Wetmore,* 

d.  1857. 

John  Jay  White,* 

d.  1902. 

1850 

John  Martin  Gabriel  Aims,* 

A.  B.,  50;  M.  D.  Yale  58.     d.  1887. 

Matthew  Marsh  Blunt,* 

A.  B.,  50;  A.  M.,  53;  Brig.  Gen.  U.  S.  A.  ret. 
d.   1907. 

George  Gordon  Byron* 
Malcolm  Campbell,* 

d.  1894. 

Galen  Augustus  Carter,* 

Senator  12th  Sen.  Dist.  Conn.,  74. 

James  Starr  Clark,  Rev., 

A.  p.,  50;  A.  M.,  53;  D.  D.,  72.  (Salisbury, 
Conn.) 

John  Ferris  Delaplaine  Cornell, 
Rev.,* 

d.  1894. 

Frederic  Rene  Coudert,* 

A.  B.,  50;  LL.  D.,  87;  Seton  Hall  (N.  J.)  80; 
and  Fordhara,  87;  Commr.  Pub.  Sch.  N.  Y.  C, 
83-4;  Counsel  Behring  Sea  Commission,  93-5; 
mem.  Venezuelan  Boundary  Com.,  96-8.  d. 
1903. 

Archibald  Falconer  Cushman,* 

A.  B.,  50;  LL.  B.  Harvard,  52.     d.  1901. 

Edwin  Wakeman  Edwards,* 

d.   1886. 

Thomas  Ludlow  Harison,* 

d.  1809. 

John  Sebastian  Bach  Hodges,  Rev.,  \ 

A.  B.,  50;  A.  M.,  53;  S.  T.  D.,  Racine,  67; 
Rector  emer.  St.  Paul's  Ch.,  Bait.  06.  (Relay, 
Md.) 


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113 


Walter  R.  T.  Jones,* 

d.  1906. 

Adolphe  Le  Moyne,  Jr.,* 

d.  1874. 

Frederick  L.  Purroy* 
Erskine  M.  Rodman,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  53.     d.  1908. 

Joseph  Sands,* 

d.   188S. 

George  Franklin  Seymour,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  50;  A.  M.,  53;  LL.  D.,  78;  Grad.  Genl. 
Theol.  Sem.,  54;  S.  T.  D.  Racine,  67;  D.  C.  D. 
Univ.  South,  05;  Dean  Theol.  Sera.,  N.  Y.,  75- 
79.     d.  190«. 

Charles  Augustus  Silliman,* 

A.  B.,  SO;  A.  M.,  53;  LL.  B.,  60.     d.  1905. 

John  Esten  Cooke  Smedes,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  SO;  A.  M.,  53;  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
54;  S.  T.  D.  Univ.  of  N.  C,  83.     d.   1903. 

William  Hazard  Terry,* 

d.  1905. 

Edward  Forbes  Travis,* 

d.   1867, 

Evan  Thomas  Walker,* 

d.   1882. 

1851 

John  Hone  Anthon,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54;  ]\.  Y.  Assemb.,  56.  d. 
1874. 

Henry  Moore  Bedford,* 

A.  B.,  51;  M.  D.  elsewhere,      d.   1880. 

Stewart  Henry  Brown,* 

d.  1905. 

Charles  Arms  Cook,* 

A.  B'.,  51;  A.  M. 

William  T.  Cornell* 
James  De  Koven,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54;  S.  T.  D.  Hobart  Coll., 
63;  Pres.  Racine,  60-79.     d.   1879. 

John  De  Ruyter,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54.     d.  1897. 

L,eigh  Richmond  Dickinson,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54.  d.  Jan.  10,  13,  Mt.  Ver- 
non, N.  Y. 

William  Henry  Draper,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54;  M.  D.,  55.     d.  1901. 

Edward  Seton  Hoffman,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54;  M.  D.,  55.     d.  1876. 

Henry  B.  Johnson,* 

d.  1863. 

Nicholas  Frederick  Ludlum,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54;  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
54.    d.   1902. 


John  Gray  McNary,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54.     d.  1893. 

George  A.  Seaman,* 

d.  1893. 

William  R.  Smith* 
A.  Henry  Thurston,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  S4;  M.  D.  elsewhece.  d. 
1863. 

Charles  Henry  Ward,* 

A.  B.,  SI;  A.  M.,'  54.     d.  1903. 

William  Greene  Ward,* 

d.  1901. 

Merritt  Hubbell  Wellman,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54;  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
54.     d.  1903. 

John  Walter  Wood,* 

A.  B.,  51;  A.  M.,  54.     d.  1903. 

David  Augustus  Wright,* 

A.  B.,  51;  LL.  B.,  Yale,  46.     d.  1887. 

1852 

John  Bennem,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

d.  1853. 

Charles  lyudlow  Bogert,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.''   d.  1874. 

James  Livingston  Erown,* 

A.  B.,  52;  M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.,  56;  A.  M.,  68. 
d.  1874. 

Henry  W.  Clark,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.     d.  1889. 

John  Ward  Francis,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  52;  M-.  D.  \elsewhere.     d.  1855. 

John  Wesley  Harper-, 

A.  B.,  52;  A.>M.,  55.   University  Club,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Howard  Hinton,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M-.,  55. 

John  Augustine  Hows,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.     d.  1874. 

Ansel  Nash  Kellogg,* 

d.  1886. 

Eea  Luquer,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55;  S.  T.  D.,  08;  Clergyman 
(Epis.);  mem.  Century  Assn.  N.  Y.  C.  St. 
Matthew's  Church,  Bedford,  N.  Y. 

Archibald  Bleecker  McDonald,  Jr.,*- 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.     d.  1866. 

Samuel  Latham  Mitchill,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.     d.  1881. 

James  Morris,* 

A.  B.,  52;  LL.  B.  Harvard  54.     d.  1907. 

Charles  De  Gray  Mount,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.     d.  1872. 

Washington  R.  Nichols,* 

d.   1882. 


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Charles  O'Dowd,* 

d.    1890. 

John  H.  Pell,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.     d.  1902. 

George  C.  Pennell,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55 ;   S.  T.  D.  St.  Stephen's 
Coll.  74. 

•Robert  Ray,  Jr.,* 

A.  M.,  55;  M.  D.  56.     d.  1860. 

•  James  Renwick  Sitiedberg,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55.     d.  1912. 

Richard  Fowler  Stevpns, 

Seattle,  Wash. 

Henry  A.  Tailer,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,.  55.     d.  1878. 

Eugene  Thorn* 
William  E.  Thorne, 

A.  B.,  52;  Philolexian;  Ex-Mayor.  Cohoes, 
N.  Y. 

Eustace  Trenor,* 

A.  B.,  52;  A.  M.,  55;  M.  D.,  56;  Philolexian 
•  Soc;  several  honors  (record  destroyed  by  burn- 
ing of  his  house) ;  Phys.  and  Surg. ;  mem.  N.  Y. 
7th  Regt.  60-61,  serving  30  days  with  same  in 
Wash.,  D.  G. ;  Surjg  Panama  Mail  Steamers,  62 ; 
exam.  phys.  N.  Y.  Mut.  Life  Ins.  Co.,  64;  chief 
phys.  private  Asyl.  for  Insane,  Alameda,  Calif., 
66;  in  San  Diego,  77:  in  practice  at  Alameda, 
80 — ;  mem.  I.  O.  O.  F.,  San  Francisco,  Cal.  d. 
Sept.   17,  96,  Alameda, ,  Calif. 

John  Trenor,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  '52;  A.  M.,  55;  M.  D..  56;  virith  spec, 
mention  for  skill  in  dissection;  Philolexian  Soc; 
honors  (testimonials)  in  Greek  and  Latin  from 
Prof.  Ch.  Anthon  and  in  Physics  and  Chem. 
from  Prof.  Renwick;  Phys.  and  Surg.;  with 
7th  Regt.  60-61;  surg.  7th  Cavalry.  N.  Y.  Vols. 
61;  do.  U.  S.  Vols.  63;  chief  surg.  Dept.  of  Ga. 
64;  Lieut.  Col.  by  brevet  for  meritorious  serv- 
ices, 65;  mem.  St.  George  Cricket  Club.  d. 
July  7,  1867. 

Richard  H.  Tucker* 
1853 

Cornelius  Van  Alen  Anderson,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  56.     d.  1862. 

William  Irving  Clark, 

A.  B.,  53;  Delta  Phi;  Philolexian;  Retired; 
Vice-Pres.  Roosevelt  Hosp.  N.  Y.;  Dir.  Mar- 
ket aivd  Fulton  Natl.  Bank;  trustee  Bank  for 
Savings;  mem.  Century  Assn.  19  Liberty  and 
127  E.  30th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Washington  Dean,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.,  61;  S.  T.  D.  Racine,     d.  1887. 

Joseph  Smith  Dodge,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  56;  D.  D.  S.  Bait 
Coll.  Dentistry,  58;  D.  D.  S.  Tufts  Coll,  92! 
55  W.  52d  St. 

Daniel  Embury,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.     d.  1869. 


William  Emerson,  Jr.,* 

A.    B.,   53;    A.    M.,   LL.    B.    Harvard,   56.     d. 
1864. 

William  George  Farrington,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.,  56;  D.  D.  William  and  Mary 
Coll.,  72.     d.  Mar.  13,  13,  Orange,  N.  J. 

Isaac  John  Greenwood,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.,  57.     d.  1911. 

Albert  Ward  Hale,* 

A.  B.,  5-3;  A.  M.,  62;  E.  M.,  67.     d.  1899. 

Abraham  S.  Jackson,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.     d.  1900. 

William  Allen  Johnson,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.,  57. 

John  A.  Kernochan,* 

d.   1886. 

Delyancy  W.  Knevels,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.,  57.     d.  1873. 

Edward  William  Eaight,  Jr.,* 

d.    1867. 

Thomas  McCarty,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.,     d.  1882. 

William  J.  Osborne,* 

A.  B.,  S3;  A.  M., '56.     d.  1897. 

St.  Clair  Smith,* 

d.  1869. 

Washington  Irving  Tibbitts,* 

d.    1833. 

Archibald  Somerville  Van  Duzer,* 

A.  B.,  53;  A.  M.,  56.     d.  1870. 

1854, 

George  Washington  Bacon,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57;  LL:  B.,  62:  M.  D.,  65.  d. 

1874. 

Cullen  Lawson  Carter,* 

d.   1898. 

Henry  Martyn  Congdon, 

A.  B.,  54;  Psi  Upsilon;  Consult.  Architect;  ex- 
sec.  Am.  Inst,  of  Architects.  18  B'way.  N.  Y. 
C.  and   194  Clinton  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Charles  B.  Cromwell* 
Francis  A.  DeWint,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  60.     d.  1866. 

Elias  Guion  Drake,  Jr., 

A.    B.,    54;    A.    M.,    57.     125    E.    15th   St.,   N. 

Leicester  K.  Ely,* 

d.  1891. 

Carleton  Moses  Herrick,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57;  LL.  B.,  60.     d.  1901. 

Edward  Kirkland,* 

d.  1889. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


lis 


George  C.  Kissam,*      ' 

A.  B.,  54;  M.  D.,  57.     d.  1875. 

John  Vaughan  Lewi§,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57;  D.D.  Union,  70.     d.  1911. 

Cutler  C.  McAllister  * 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57.     d.  1879. 

Elias  Joseph  Marsh,* 

A.  B.^  54;  M.  D.  58.     d.  1908. 

Henry  C.  Marvin,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57.     d.  1865. 

James  Sheldon  Merriam,* 

A.  B.,  54;  LL.  B.  elsewhere,     d.  1908. 

"Charles  Edwards  Morgan,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  and  M.  D.,  57.     d.  1867. 

Orlando  H.  Morris,* 

d.   1864. 

Henry  Cruse  Murphy,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  60.     d.  1904. 

Peter  J.  Neefus* 

James  Cortlandt  Parker,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57.     d.  1862. 

Charles  Stedman  Pomeroy,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57.     d.   1894. 

George  V.  Pomeroy,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57.     d.  1867. 

William  J.  Sayres,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  62.     d.  1890. 

Reginald  Heber  Smith,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57;  LL.  B.,  66.     d.  1880. 

Benjamin  Strong,* 
Gardiner  Thompson,* 

d.  1893. 

John  Condit  Trippe* 

Marvin  Richardson  Vincent,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57i  D.  D.  Union  65;  Psi 
Upsilon;  Fliilolexian;  Prof.  Latin  Language 
and  Literature,  Troy  Univ.,  1893-98;  Prof. 
Sacred  Literature  Union  Theol  Sem.  N.  Y. ; 
Trustee  Columbia  Univ,  24  yrs.  to  1913;  classi- 
cal instr.  Grammar  Sch.  Col.  Coll.,  1858-61; 
Biblical  lect.  Vassar  Coll.;  mem.  Dante  Soc. 
(Cambridge),  Century  Assn  and  Historical  Soc. 
20  E.  92d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stewart  Lyndon  Woodford,* 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  66;  Yale  66,  and  Trinity 
Coll.,  69;  LL.  D.  Trinity  Coll.,  70,  and  Dickin- 
son, 89;  D.  C.  L.  Syracuse,  94;  Lt.-Gov.  N.  Y. 
S.,  66-8,  Pres.  N.  Y.  Electoral  Coll.,  72;  Repr. 
in  Congr.  73-75;  U.  S.  Minister  to  Spain,  97-8. 
d.  1913. 

Jeremiah  Lott  Zabriskie,  Rev.,*' 

A.  B.,  54;  A.  M.,  57.     d.  1910. 


1855 

Gunning  S.  Bedford,  Jr.,* 

A.  M.,  58;  LL.  B.  Harvard,  59;  City  Judge  N. 
Y.  City,  69-73.     d.  1894. 

Edward  Cammann,* 

.A  B.,  55;  A.  M.,  58.     d.  1867. 

Benjamin  L.  Curtis,* 

A.  B.,   55;  A.  M.,   58.     d.   1900. 

Charles  M.  Da  Costa,*' 

A.  B.  55;  A.  M.,  58.     d.   1890. 

William  Dean, 

A.  B.,  55;  A.  M.,  58;  Psi  Upsilon;  Delta  Phi; 
Theological,  First  Prize;  Lawyer;  Trustee  and 
Executor  of  Alonzo'Childs  Estate,  of  St.  Louis 
Mo.  and  Cram  Estate  of  Conn. ;  mem.  Col.  Alum- 
ni Assn.     17  St.  Andrews  Place,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Lewis  Livingston  Delafield,* 

A.  B.,  55;  A.  M.,  58.     d.  1883. 

Abram  J.  Dittenhoefifer,  . 

Arts  Course  Student,  3yrs;  Lawyer;.  Judge, 
City  Court  (By  Appointment) ;  Sole  Surviving 
Presidential  Elector  of  Lincoln  and  Johnson; 
Chrmn.  Republican  County  Com.  for  Several 
years;  mem.  State  and  County  Bar  Assns.  96 
Bway  and  17  E.  83d   St.,  N.   Y.  C. 

Philip  A.  Embury,* 

A.  B.,  55;  a:  M.,  58. 

Edward  O.  Harmon,* 
James  Ray  Hosmer, 

a.  B.,  55;  A.  M.,  58;  Delta  Psi;  Peithologian ; 
Retired  Lawyer;  mem.  Diplomatic  Service  ,4 
yrs.;  G.  A.  R.;  Capt.  A.  Q.  M.;  Brevet  Lieut. 
Col.  Am.  Genl.  Sheridan's  Staff;  mem.  St. 
Anthony  Club,  Sons  of  Revol.;  Soc.  of  Colonial 
Wars,  New  England  Soc.  of  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 
62  Montague  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Walter  Knight,* 

M.  D.,  elsewhere, 

Charles  E.  Miller,* 

A.  B.,55;  A.  M.,  58.     d.   1906. 

David  Burgess  Miller,* 

A.  B.,  55;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  58.     d.  1884. 

George  Ingraham  Murphy.,* 

A.  B.,  55;  A.  M.,  60.     d.  1901. 

George  Augustus  Ostrander, 

A.  B.,.55;  A.  M.,  58;  Stud..  Grammar  Sch. 
Conducted  by  Dr.  Chas.  Anthon;  Philolexian 
Soc;  Phys.  and  Surg.;  1st  House  Surg.,  Long 
Island  Coll.  Hosp.,  59-59.  61  Greene  Ave., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

William  Alfred  Perry,* 

A.  B.,  55;'  testimonials  at  Pub.  Exam.;  mem 
Century  and  University  Clubs,     d,  Feb.,   1916. 

George  Richard  Schieffelin,* 

A.  B.,  55;  A.  M.,  58.     d.     1910. 

Oscar  Smedberg,* 

A.  B.,   55;   A.  M.,-  58.     d.   1877. 


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Herbert  Beach  Turner,* 

A.  M.,  58;  LL.  B.,  63,  Albany  Law  Sch.  d. 
1903. 

John  G.  Wendel, 

(Irvington,  N.  Y.) 

1856 

William  Warren  Ayres,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59.  (Rossland,  British  Colum- 
bia, Canada). 

Edwin  S.  Babcock, 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59.  (238  High  Ave.,  Nyack, 
N.  Y.) 

Charles  A.  Bacon,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59;  M.  D.,  63;  N.  Y,  Med. 
Coll.     d.   1892. 

Albert  H.  Baldwin,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  1859.     d.  1894. 

Eastburn  Benjamin,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  59.     d.   1874. 

Marshall  Spring  Bidwell,  Jr.,* 

A.  B..  56;  A,  M.,  59.     d.   1877. 

William  Pell  Bogart, 
Abbott  Brown,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  63.  (Murray  Hill  Hotel, 
N.   Y.  C.) 

Henry  Julius  Cammann, 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  63.     (45  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Nukerck  Clark, 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  58,  elsewhere;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Philolexian;  mem.  Cincinnati  and  1st'  Iowa 
Infantry  in  War  of  Rebellion.  201  Nutmeg 
St.,  San  Diego,  Cal. 

Edward  Clute  Clement,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  60.     d.   1887. 

Whittingham  Cox,* 

A.  B.,   56;  A.   M.,  60.     d.   1891.    , 

Robert  Livingston  Cutting,  Jr.,* 

A.  M.,  59;  LL.  B.  Harvard,  59.     d.  1894. 

Maturjn  Livingston  Delafield, 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59.  Fieldston,  Riverdale, 
N.  Y.   C. 

Walter  Gregory,* 
Francis  Hendricks,* 

A.   B.,   56;   A.   M.,   61.     d.    1912. 

"William  R.  Hyslop,* 

A.   B.,  56;   A.  M.,  59.     d.    1868. 

Ambrose  C.  Kingsland,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  61.     d.  1890. 

George  Lovett  Kingsland,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  61.     d.  1892. 

Leonard  William  Kip,  Jr.,*  Rev. 

A.  M.,  59;  S.  T.  D.,  80,  Rutgers  Coll.     d.  1901. 

Peter  L  Labagh, 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59.      (Fairfield,  La.) 


Thomas  Townsend  Lawrence,* 

LL.  B.,  62,  Harvard,     d.  1891. 

David  Bradley  Lee,* 

d.  1903. 

Hermon  F.  Lee,* 

d.   1864. 

Alexis  Emerson  Mcllvaine, 
Joseph  Meeks, 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59;  LL.  B.,  59,  Harvard; 
mem.  N.  J.  Assembly,  79-80. 

Robert  Bowne  Minturn,  Jr.,* 

d.   1889. 

Richard  C.  Moore, 
Mandeville  Mower,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59.     d.  1901. 

James  G.  Osborne,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59.     d.  1889. 

Wendell  Prime,  Rev.,* 

D.    D.    80,   Union,      d.    1907. 

William  Jones  Seabury,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59;  D.  D.,  74,  Hobart  Coll.; 
ad  eundem  (general  Theological  Seminary,  85; 
Peithologian  Soc, ;  Delta  Psi;  Clergyman;  Char- 
les and  Elizabeth  Ludlow  Prof,  of  Ecclesiastical 
Polity  and  Law  in  the  General  Theological 
Seminary  N.  Y.  and  sometime  Rector  of  the 
Church  of  the  Annunciation,  City  and  Diocese 
of  N.  Y.     8  Chelsea  Sq.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  F.  Shepard, 
Alexander  Macomb  Stanton, 

A.  M.,   59     (600  Congress  St.,  Detroit,  Mich.) 

Russell  Stebbins,  Jr.,* 

d.  1894. 

Thomas  Suffern,  Jr.,* 

d.  1857. 

Charles  Crooke  Suydam,* 

A.   M.,   59.     d.   1911. 

David  Gardiner  Thompson,  Jr.,* 

A.  M.,  60.     d.  1895. 

John  W.  Timpson,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59 

William  Gracie  Ulshoeflfer,* 

d.    1904. 

William  T.  Van  Riper,* 

A.  M.,  59. 

John  Francis  Walton,* 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M., 

James  Weeks, 

A.  B.,  56;  A.  M.,  59;  Delta  Psi;  Peithologian. 
944  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Elbert  Marinus  Willett,* 

A.   B.,   56;  A.  M.,   59.     d.   1875. 

Howell  L.  Williaims,  Jr.,* 

A,    B.,   56;   A.   M.,   59. 


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117 


1857 

William  S.  Boardman,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  60;  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  62. 

Morgan  L.  S.  Brower,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60.     d.   1864. 

Richard  S.  Dana,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60.     d.   1904. 

Henry  Eugene  Davies,* 

A.   B.,    57;   A.    M.,   60.     d.    1894. 

Samuel  Ward  Francis,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60;  M.  D.,  60,  N.  Y.  Univ. 
d.   1886. 

Elbridge  Thomas  Gerry, 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  58;  LL.  D.,  10,  Nashotah 
Coll.;  Chi  Psi;  Philolexian  Lit.  Soc. ;  Lawyer; 
mem.  N.  Y.  Const.  Conv.,  67;  Pres.  N.  Y. 
Soc.  Prevention  Cruelty  to  Children,  76-01  > 
V.-Pres.  Am.  Soc.  Prev.  Cruelty  to  Animals 
until  99;  Gov.  N.  Y.  Hosp.,  78-12;  Commodore 
N.  Y.  Yacht  Club,  86-93;  Chrmn  N.  Y.  State 
Comm.  Capital  Punishment  (which  substituted 
electricity  for  hanging),  86-88;  Chrmn.  exec. 
Com.  Centennial  Inauguration  George  washing- 
ton,  89;  Pres.  Annual  Conv.  N.  Y.  Socs. 
Prev.  Cruelty,  89-03;  Trustee  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
77-13  and  Am.  Mus.  Nat.  Hist.,  95-02;  Chrmn. 
N.  Y.  City  Comm.  on  Insanity,  92;  mem. 
Reading  Room  (Newport);  mem.  Hope  (Provi- 
dence), Somerset  (Boston),  Fort  Orange 
(Albany)  and  Metropolitan  (Wash.l  Clubs; 
Metropolitan,  Knickerbocker  and  N.  Y.  Yacht 
Clubs  (N.  Y.).  258  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Newport,  R.  I. 

George  Griswold  Haven,* 

A.   B.,    57;   A.   M.,   60.     d.    1908. 

James, Burton  Herrick  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  60;  B.  D.,  60,  Theol.  Sem.  Va.  d. 
1912. 

Philip  Woodruff  Holmes,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  'M.,  60.     d.  1906. 

Oliver  Phelps  Jackson,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60. 

Pierre  McCarty,* 

A.  M.     d.  1879. 

William  Hammet  Martin,* 

A.  M.,  60;  M.  D.,  61.     d.   1904. 

Erskine  Mason,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  and  M.  D.,  60.     d.  1882. 

W.  Carey  Massett,* 

A.   B.,  57;   A.   M.,   60.     d.    1862. 

Mytton  Maury,  Rev., 

-  A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60;  D.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.; 
head  class  4  yrs;  App.  Greek  Tutor,  61; 
Clergyman,  P.  E.  Ch. ;  Acting  Prof.  Physics 
and  Chem.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  for  Prof.  John  W. 
Draper  and  Analytical  Chem.  for  Prof.  Henry 
Draper;  Reviser  and  Rewriter  Maury  Geo- 
graphies 20  yrs.  S.  Bway.,  Hastings-on-Hudsoh, 
N.  Y. 

Henry  B.  Nott,* 

d.  1859. 


Richard  T.  Packwood,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60;  M.  D.,  60,  Louisiana, 
d.    1903, 

Theodore  Parkman,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  Ph.  D.,  60,  Gottingen.  d. 
1862. 

Goold  Hoyt  Redmond, 

d.    1906. 

Charles  E.  Sears,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60. 

James  H.  Slipper, 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60. 

William  Renwick  Smedberg,* 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60.     d.  1911. 

Edgar  Pinckriey  Smith, 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60. 

James  T.  Tailer,* 

A.    B.,    57;   A.    M.,   60.     d.    1876. 

William  Richmond  Talbot,* 

A.  M.,  60.     d.   1912. 

Daniel  Sylvester  Tuttle,  Rt.  Rev., 

A.  B.,  57;  A.  M.,  60;  S.  T.  D.,  67;  Phi  Kappa 
Sigma;  Clerg.  Rt.  Rev.  Bishop  Prot.  Epis.  Ch.  in 
Missouri;  Bishop  of  Idaho  and  Utah,  66; 
Bishop  of  Missouri,  86;  since  03  Presiding 
Bishop  Prot.  Epis.  Ch.  in  U.  S.  74  Vandeven- 
ter  PI.,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

William  B.  Winslow,* 

A.  B.,  5,7;  A.  M.,  60.     d.   1910. 

1858 

Wyllys  Pomeroy  Baxter,* 

A.  M.,  61.     d.  1872. 

Henry  Woodward  Cooper,* 

A.  M.,  61;  LL.  B.,  60.     d.  1872. 

Stephen  B,.  M.  Cornell) 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  61.     d.  1886. 

Eewis  A.  Curtis,* 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  62. 

Daniel  Sickles  Duvall,* 

A.  B.,  58;  LL.  B.,  60. 

Jacob  Augustus  Geissenhainer, 

A.  M.,  61;  IX.  B.,  60,  N.  Y.  Univ.;  Ph.  D.  Univ. 
Berlin,  61;  mem.  of  Congress,  88-95.  (231 
W.  14th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harmon  Hendricks,* 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  61.     d.  1912. 

Henry  Lawrence  Jones,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  61;  S.  T.  D.,  92.  (181  S. 
Franklin  St.,  Wilkes  Barre,  Pa.) 

Henry  Clay  Kinney,  Rev., 

A.B.,  58;  A.  M.,  61.  (711  W.  47th  St., 
Chicago,  111.) 

Nicholas  Luquer,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  58;  Phi  Upsilon;  mem.  Metropolitan 
Club.  1443  Rhode  Island  Ave.,  Washington, 
D.  C. 


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[1858-59 


Philip  Mesier  Lydig,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  58;  LL.  B.,  61.     d.  1868. 

D.  Ledyard  Mallison,* 

d.  1858. 

James  R.  Manley,* 

,  A.   B.,   58;  A.  M.,   61. 

William  James  Marrin,* 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  64;  LL.  B.  Albany  Law  Sch., 
60. 

Charles  Flenry  Marshall,* 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  61.     d.  July,  1912. 

Benjamin  Pell,* 

d.    1862. 

•  A.  G.  Richards,* 

d.  1905. 

Robert  K.  Richards, 

(Metropolitan  Club,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  Chauncey  Riley,  Rev.,* 

d.    1905. 

James  Woodruff  Romeyn,* 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  61.     d.  1891. 

Thomas  F.  Thatcher,* 

d.  1879. 

Gilbert  T.  Totten,* 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  61.     d.  1872. 

Hubert  Gerrit  H.  Van  Wagenen,^ 

,    d.    1893. 

Francis  C.  Wainwright,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  58;  A.  M.,  61.     d.  1874. 

John  Ward,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  58;  LL.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  64;  M.  D.,  64, 
N..   Y.   Univ.     d.   1896. 

1859 

Edward  Henry  Anderson,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.  1879. 

Richard  Smith  Bacon,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  62;  M.  D.,  65. 
d.  1897. 

Thomas  J.  Benjamin,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.   1867. 

John  Crosby  Brown,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.  1909. 

Edward 'Franklirj  Browning, 

•A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  Ex-Pres.  E.  &  W.  R.  R.  of 
Ala.,  Trustee  Amer.  Sugar  Co.  (18  W.  .7Sth 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Elisha  S.  Caldwell,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62. 

Francis  Pharcellus  Church,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.   1906. 


Gouverneur  Cruger,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  Grad.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
68.       (Montrose-on-Hudson,  N.  Y.) 

William  Floyd  Cushman,* 

A.  B.,     59;  A.  M.,  and  M.  D.,  62.     d.  1904. 

John  Duer,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  and  LL.  B.,  61.     d.  1901. 

Cortlandt  de  Peyster  Field, 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62'.  (P.  O.  Box  294,  Peek- 
skill,  N.  Y.) 

John  Frederic  Gesner,* 

A.  B.,   59;   A.  M.,  62. 

Irving  Grinnell, 

A.  M.,  62.     (New  Hamburg,  N.  Y.) 

E.  Treadwell  Hustace,* 

d.  1859. 

Charles  Augustus  Jackson,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.   1906, 

William  Jay, 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  B.,  67.  (48  Wall 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Pierre  Lacombe,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.  1884. 

William  Lummis, 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     (45  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Emory  McClintock, 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  LL.  D.,  85;  Ph.  D.,  84; 
Wis.  Univ.;  LL.  D.,  99,  Yale;  Philolexian  Soc; 
Rank  Third,  until  honors  were  divided  among 
first  five;  Consulting  Attorney;  Vice  Consul 
at  Bradford,  England,  61-66;  mem.  Century 
Club,  91-95;  Gov.  Soc.  Colonial  Wars,  N.  J. 
32  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Bay  Head,  N.  J. 

Georg-e  William  Maynard, 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  64;  Prof.  Renss.  Polytech. 
Instit,  68-73.      (20  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Frederic  Moore,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  M.  D.  elsewhere,     d.  1893 

Stephen  Whitney  Phcenix,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  LL.  B.,  63.     d.  1881. 

William  Eewis  Raymond, 

A.  M.,  62;  U.  S.  Consul  Leeds,  Eng.,  64-8  (17 
Broadway,   N.   Y  C) 

Stephen  Richard  Reynolds,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.  1864. 

William  Tufnell  Sabine,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  D.  D.,  90,  N.  Y.  Univ. 
(960  Madisbn  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Oscar  Egerton  Schmidt,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  Pres.  N.  Y.  Orthopedic 
Disp.  and  Hosp.     d.  1911. 

Joseph  Augustus  Slipper,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62.     d.  1882. 

Gabriel  Mead  Tooker,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M,,  62;  LL.  B.,  61.     d.  1905. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


119 


Thomas  Francis  Trenor, 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  62;  Philolexian  Soc;  honors 
(then  called  testimonials)  Latin  and  German 
56;  Honors  German  Greek  and  History,  57 
Honors,  Latin,  58;  Real  Est.  and  Ins.  (retired) 
mem.  7th  Regt.  N.  Y.  State  Artillery,  60-64 
served  30  days  in  Wash,  with  7th  Regt.,  62 
formerly  mem.  Olympic  Club  (San  Francisco) 
69-'74;  formerly  libr.  and  treas.  (ieog.  Soc,  92-05 
Life  mem.  Mercantile  Libry.  Inst.;  life  mem! 
and  Dir.  Audubon  Soc.  of  Calif.;  Cooper  Orni 
thological  Club;  Am.  Assn.  Advance  Sci, 
(Pacific  Div.);  Columbia  Alumni  Club  (Calif). 
1501  Scott  St.,  San  Francisco,  Calif. 

Robert  Boyd  Van  Kleeck,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  and  LL.  B.,  62.     d.  1892. 

William  David  Walker,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  63;  S.  T.  D.,  84  and  Racine 
Coll.,  83;  D.  D.  94,  Oxford;  LL.  D.  Trinity 
(Dublin),  Griswold,  D.  C.  L.  94;  King's  College 
(Nova  Scotia).  367  Elmwood  Ave.,  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. 

Edward  N.  Whitehouse,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M.,  63.      d.   1904. 

Henry  Bruen  Whitehouse,* 

A.  B.,  59;  A.  M„  63;  LL.  B.  elsewhere,  d. 
1889. 

1860 

Robert  P.  Barry,* 

d.   1912. 

Richard  G.  Benjamin,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     d.   1864. 

Clarence  Stewart  Brown,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     d.   1875. 

J.  Lorillard  Cammann,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     d.   1868. 

Howard  Clarkson, 

A.  B.,  60,  Banker.  44  Wall  St.  and  58  W. 
37th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  L,ivingston  Clarkson, 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  and  LL.  B., '  63.  (Oyster 
Bay,  N.   Y.)       "     ■ 

Edgar  M.  Cullen, 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  D.,  92;  LL.  D.,  02, 
Union;  LL.  D.,  15,  Harvard;  Philolexian; 
Lawyer;  Lieut.  First  U.  S.  Inf.,  62-65;  Colonel 
96th  N.  Y.  Vols.,  63-65;  Asst.  Dist.  Atty.,  72- 
74;  Justice  Supreme  Court,  81-00;  Judge  Court 
of  Appeals,  00-04;  Chief  Judge  Court  of  Ap- 
peals, 04-13  when  retired  for  Age.  144  Wil- 
low St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Charles  De  Ruyter,* 

A.  B.,  60;   LL.   B.,   62;   A.   M.,  63.     d.   1890. 

Eugene  Du  Bois,* 

d.   1891. 

John  Haven  Emerson, 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  M.  D.,  65.  (131  E. 
66th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Richmond  Fearing, 

Col.  Newport  Artillery.     (Newport,  R.  I.) 

Robert  Goelet,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  B.,  62.     d.    1899. 


Joseph  Greenleaf,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     d.  1898. 

Edward  L.  Greenwood, 
Laban  Gardner  Hopkins, 

A.  B.,  60;  LL.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  M.,  64. 
(304    Delaware    St.,    Leavenworth,    Kans.) 

Edmund  Abdy  Hurry,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  B.,  62,  U.  S.  N.  d. 
1912. 

John  William  Jenks,* 

d.  1861. 

Woolsey  Johnson, 

A.  B.,  60;  M.  D.,  63. 

Edward  Renshaw  Jones,* 

d.   1884. 

Herbert  Kettell,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     d.   1904. 

Augustus  F.  King,* 

d.  1862. 

David  Lydig, 

A.  B.,  60;  Delta  Phi;  mem.  Union  Club,  N.  Y. 
83  E.  79th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Samuel  Kuypers  Lyon,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63i  M;  D..  66.     d.  1901. 

Thomas  H.  Messenger, 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  Philolexian;  Soc.  Early 
Graduates.  256  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  52  Lincoln 
St.,  Glen  Ridgej  N.  J.. 

George  Mason  Miller,* 

A.   B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  B.,  62.     d.   1908. 

Augustus  Newbold  Morris,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  B.,  64.     d.  1906. 

Richard  Lewis  Morris,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     d.  1882. 

Robert  Dillon  Nesmith,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.,  62. 
d.  1880. 

Thomas  Ludlow  Ogden,* 

LL.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  63.     d:  1894. 

Robert  Troup  Pell,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  63.    .d.   1868. 

Eugene.  Hall  Pomeroy,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  B.,  62.     d.  1907. 

Edward  Pelham  Robins, 
James  S.  Satterthwaite,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A,.M.,  63.     d.  1884. 

John  W.  Southack,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  M.  D.  Bel!.  Med.  Coll., 
N.  Y.,  65.     d.  1869. 

Abraham  Suydam,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     d.   1893. 

Frederick  A.  Tracy,* 

d.  1863. 


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[1860-61 


John  Howard  Van  Amringe, 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  L.  H.  D.,  90;  LL.  D.,  10; 
Ph.  D.  77.  Univ.  State  N.  Y.;  LL.  D.  95.  Union. 
48  W.  59th  St.,  N.  V.  C. 

George  Waddington, 

A.  B.,  60;  LL.  B.,.  62;  Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia 
Univ.  Club.  37  Wall  St.  and  34  Gramercy  Pk., 
N.  Y.  C. 

William  FitzHugh  Whitehouse,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63;  LL.  B.,  63.  Chicago,  d. 
1909. 

Pierre   Washington   Westcott 
Wildey,* 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63  and  LL.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,63 
65.  Yale. 

Egerton  Leigh  Winthrop, 

A.  B.,  60;  A.  M.,  63.     (23  Union  Sq.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

1861 

James  Benkard,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.^  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.   1902. 

William  Augustus  Boyd, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     (24  E.  7«th  St.,  N.  Y.  C; 

George  Herbert  Carey,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  LL.  B.,  63.     d.   1878. 

William  Halsted  Caswell,* 

,   A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  M  D.,  88.     d.  1908. 

George  Douglass, 

Attended  Coll.  in  61 ;  Retired ;  formerly  with 
R.  G.  Dun  &  Co.  14  Waverly  PI.,  Milwaukee, 
Wis.  aild  Columbia  Hill,  Pasadena,  Cal. 

Henry  Dudley,* 

A.  M.,  64;  aet.  63.     d.  1900. 

John  Gihon,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.  d.  Jan.  16,  16,  Flushing, 
L.  L,  N.  Y. 

lyangdon  Greenwood,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.  1900. 

Charles  Coolidge  Haight, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64,  and  (Hon.)  Yale,  06. 
(Garrison-on-Hudson,  N.  Y.) 

Edward  Haight, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.   (43  E.  80th   St.,  N.   Y.  C.) 

William  Richards  H^llyer, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  LL.  B.  Natl  Univ.  -Wash, 
ington,  D.  C,  79;  LL.  M.,  80;  Clerk  in  Govt. 
Dept.;  1st  Lt.  and  Capt.  Co.  K,  7th  N.  J.  Vols., 
61-64;  postmaster  Ocala,  Fla.  12  yrs. ;  Co.  Judge 
Marion  Co.  Fla.  6  yrs.;  mem.  Union  Vet. 
Legion;  Milit.  Order  Loyal  Legion,  U.  S..  Sons 
Am.  Revol.  1401  Columbia  Rd.,  Washington. 
D.  C. 

Elisha  Horton,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.   1887. 

Reuben  Wing  Howes,  Jr.,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M..  64;  S.  T.  D.  Racine  Coll., 
90;  Delta  Phi;  Philolexian;  Clergyman  Episco- 
pal Church,  Retired.     34  W.  10th  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 

Walter  Bowne  Lawrence, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     (Flushing,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.) 


Albert  McNulty, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  LL.  B.,  64.  (420  W.  130th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  LL.  B.,  65;  mSm.  N.  Y. 
Assemb.,  80;  U.  S.  Atty.  Southern  Dist.  of 
N.  Y.,  89-94.     d.  1909. 

Gratz  Nathan, 

A.  B  61;  A.  M.,64;  Asst.  Corp.  Counsel  N.  Y. 
C.  66-72.     ((61  W.  71st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Frank  Alleyne  Otis,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B..  64;  "Knight  Com. 
mander"  Order  of  "St.  Gregory  the  Great"  by 
Pope  Leo  XIII,  97.     d.  1903. 

Richard  Cornelius  Ray,* 

d.  1863. 

William  Alexander  Rice,* 

A.  M.,  64.     d.  1866. 

Erastus  Barnes  Rudd,* 

A.  B.,  61;  LL.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  64.     d.   1872. 

William  Henry  Russell,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64. 

Thomas  Taunton  Sabine,* 

A.    B.,   61;   A.    M.,   and  M.   D.,   64.     d.    1888. 

Henry  Augustus  Schermerhorn,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  LL.  B.,  67.     d.  1869. 

Thomas  Henry  Sill,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d  1910. 

George  Lansing  Taylor,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64:  L.  H.  D.,  87;  S.  T.  D. 
Syracuse,  76.     d.  1903. 

Henry  A.  Coit  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     (3  E.  71st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Askew  Tucker,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.  1896. 

Stephen  Hague  Turnbull,* 

A.  B„  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.  1886. 

Joseph  Mason  Turner,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.  1887. 

William   Mansfield   Van   Wagenen, 
Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.  1866. 

Luis  Puertas  Walton,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  M.  D..  70.     d.  1903. 

Isaac  Johnson  Ward, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64. 

Samuel  Baldwin  Ward, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  Ph.  T>.  Union,  82;  M.  D. 
Georgetown,  64;  Phys.  Prof.  Alb.  Med  Coll.,  Ex- 
Pres.  N.  Y.  State  Med.  Soc,  Sec.  and  Treas.  of 
Trustees  N.  Y.  State  Nor.  Coll.  (281  State 
St.,  Albany,  N.  Y.) 

Edward  Walter  West, 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M..  64;  LL.  B..  N.  Y.  Univ.. 
61.      (576  St.  Mark's  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 


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121 


Frederic  Cope  Whitehouse,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64.     d.  1911. 

Albert  Beach  Whitney,* 

A.  B.,  61;  A.  M.,  64;  M.  D.  Penn.  Med.  Univ., 
63,  and  U.  S.  Med.  CoU.  83.     d.   1909. 

1862 

Edward  Robert  Atwill,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  S.  T.  D.  Vermont,  83.  d. 
19U. 

Francis  Babcock,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1866. 

Robert  Erskine  Bartow,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1886. 

William  Harbert  Benjamin,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.   M.      d.   1905. 

Henry  Carrington  Bolton,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  66;  Ph.  D.  GBttingen,  66; 
Pres.  N.  Y.  Acad.  Sci..  93.     d.  1903. 

John  Thomas  Burr, 

A.  B.,  62;  Phi  Kappa  Sigma;  Mfr.  mchy.  429 
Kent  Ave.  and  Hotel  St.  George,  Bkln..  N.  Y. 

Robert  Bage  Canfield, 

A.  B..  62;  Phi  Kappa  SigmS;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Banking  and  Lawyer;  Judge  Superior  Court 
Santa  Barbara  Co.,  by  appointment  Gov.  Stone- 
man,  86;  Pres.  First  Natl.  Bank,  Santa  Barbara 
from  Jan.  95  to  date;  mem.  Santa  Barbara 
Country  Club;  ex-mem.  Union  and  University 
Clubs  of  San  Francisco.  1831  State  St,  or  First 
Natl.  Bank  and  1617  State  St.,  Santa  Barbara, 
Cal. 

Leslie  Chase, 

(13  Rue  du  Chapitre,  St.  Servan,  Ille  et  Vilaine. 
France.) 

John  Lawrence  Churchill,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1868. 

^  Charles  Ernest  Congdon,* 

d.  1862.  , 

■  Nathaniel  Ellsworth  Cornwall, 
Rev., 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  65,  and  Trinity,  68.  (Strat- 
ford, Conn.) 

John  Halsey  Curtis,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1905. 

Walter  Cutting, 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  65.     (Pittsfield,  Mass.) 

Henry  Annin  Dows,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.  (Hon.),  69;  Clergyman.  25 
Ft.  Washington  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Gore  King  Duer,* 

d.  1907. 

Charles  Emerson,* 

d.  Apr.  1,  16,  Southold,  N.  Y. 

Peter  Forrester 
Charles  Dudley  Fuller, 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  65;  Psi  Upsilon;  Merchant. 
139  Greenich  and  25  N.  9th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


George  Wolfe  Gillespie,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1870. 

Louis  Haight,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.   1894. 

William    Augustus    Ogden    Hege- 
man,* 

A.  B.,  62;  LL.  B.,  64;  LL.  M.  and  A.  M.,  65.  d. 
1888. 

Burrall  Hoffman,* 

A.  B.,  62;  LL.  B.,  64;  LL.  M.  and  A.  M.,  65.  d. 
1903. 

Lawrence  Yvonnet  Hopkins,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M. 

William  Henry  Jackson,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1912. 

Charles  Sigourney  Knox, 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  65;  Peithologian;  1st  honors 
at  grad.;  Teacher  (emer.)  St.  Paul's  Sch.,  Con- 
cord, N.  H.;  act.  prof.  Philosophy  and  English 
Lit.  (Prof.  Nairne's  Dept.)  Columbia  Coll.; 
mem.  Univ.  and  Columbia  Univ.  Club.  St. 
Paul's  Sch.     Concord,  N.  H. 

William  Elliott  Laight,* 

d.  1875. 

William  Gerard  Lathrop,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  LL.  B.  Harvard,  64.     d.  1896. 

George  Anderson  Lawrence,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  65.     d.  1909. 

William  Henry  Martin,* 

d.  1872. 

Henry  Howard  Marvin,* 

d.  1863. 

Cornelius  Berrien  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1910. 

John  Fulton  Berrien  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1910, 

Charles  Walton  Ogden,* 

A.  B.,  62;  LL.  B.,  64;  A.  M.,  65.     d.  1895. 

David  Burr  Olyphant,* 

d.  1864. 

Edward  Mesnard  Pell,* 

d.  1863. 

Richard  Varick  Pell,* 

A.  M.,  M.  D.  Bell  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.  _d.  1866. 

Gerardus  Post,* 

A.  B.  62;  LL.  B.  64.     d.  1864. 

Russell  Harper  Root,* 

A.  B.,  62;  LL.  B.,  64.     d.  1898. 

Charles  Ames  Spencer, 

A.  B.,.  62;  A.  M. 

Foster  Thayer, 

A.  M.,  66;  M.  D.  Bell.  Hosp.  Med.  Col!.,  66; 
Phys.      (Riverhead,  N.  Y.) 


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C[harles]  Rockland  Tyng, 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,— ;  Sec.  Dept,  Taxes  and 
Assessments;  mem.  Univ.  League  Club.  Muni- 
ciapl  Bldg.  and  Park  Ave.  Hotel,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  A.  Vanderpoel,* 

A.  B.,  62.;  A.  M.,  LL.  B.,  65.     d.  1866. 

Francis  Willis,* 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.     d.  1870 

William  Henry  Willis, 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.'  (75  Maple  Ave.,  Flushing, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y.) 

Leroy  Milton  Yale,*  i 

A.  B.,  62;  A.  M.,  65;  M.  D.  Bell  I-Iosp.  Med. 
Coll.,  66.     d.  1906. 

1863 

James  Herman  Aldrich, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  Phi  Kappa  Sigma;  Retired 
Merchant;  mem.  Univ.,  Columbia  Univ.,  Church, 
Meadow  (Southampton)  and  Maidstone  (East- 
hampton)  Clubs.     150  W.  59th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Fanning  Cobham  Tucker  Beck, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M., — ;  Peithologian  Soc;  mem. 
Univ.  Club  and  St.  Nicholas  Soc.  149  Bway., 
N.  Y.  C. 

William  Cornell  Binns, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M. 

Daniel  Frederick  Boardman,* 

A.  B.,  63;  LL.  B.,  66.     d.  1877. 

William  Brevoort  Bolmer,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  63;  LL.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  68.     d.  1897. 

Melville  Brown 

(330  W.  77th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Thomas  Tileston  Bryce,* 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M. 

Charles  Frederick  Clark,* 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  and  M.  D.,  66.     d.  1882. 

Freeman  Clarkson, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  65.  (1915  Church 
Ave.,  Bklyn.,  N.  Y.) 

William  Peshine  Douglass, 

Judge  Dist.  Ct.  Jersey  City,  88-91. 

Clifford  Faitoute  -Eagle, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  thilolexian ;  Ranching; 
Capt.  U.  S.  Vols.,  Civil  War;  Min.  Eng.  and 
Supt.  Colorado  Mining  Corp,  65-66;  mem.  N. 
Y.  Stock  Exch.  in  the  70's;  Adm.  Colo  Bar,  86; 
N.  Y.  Bar,,  88;  Royal  Arch  Mason;'  Life  mem. 
Alumni  Assn.     Deer  Trail,  Arapahoe  Co.,  Colo. 

George  Wilson  Ferguson,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66.  ,  d.  1905. 

William  Redwood  Fisher, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  M.  D.,  67;  Retired. 
Swiftwater,  Monroe  Co.,  Pa. 

Randall  Cooke  Hall,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  S.  T.  D.,  81,  Racine 
Coll.  and  (Hon.)  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  85,  Prof. 
Emer.     (245  W.  48th  St.,  N.  Y.  C) 


Richard  Mentor  Henry, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer; 
mem.  firm.  Weed,  Henry  and  Meyers;  Commr. 
of  Docks,  C.  N.  Y.,  70-73.  62  William  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  14  Highland  Ave.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Stephen  Ferris  Holmes,  Rev, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66.     (Pleasantville,  N.  Y.) 

Henry  Augustus  Hurlbutt,  Jr.,* 

d.  1906. 

Peter  Augustus  Jay,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.     d.    1875. 

Emile  Henry  Lacombe, 

A  B  ,  63;  LL.  B„  65;  LL.  D.,  94;  U.  S.  Circuit 
Judge,  87.     (Federal  Bldg.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Scott  Leggat,* 

d.  1892. 

Lewis  Henry  Lighthipe, 

A  B  ,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  Grad.  Gen.  Theol.  Sem.. 
66-  NYC;  Clergy.  Prot  Epis.  Ch.,  ordained, 
66-67.     74  Eaton  PI.,  E.  Orange,  N.  J. 

Le  Grand  Lockwood,  Jr.,* 

d.  1887. 

Thomas  Morwood  McLean,  Jr.,* 
James  Allan  Macdonald, 

A  M.,  B.  S.,  Yale,  65,  Ph.  B.  (Hon.)  Yale, 
92.      (49  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Rockwood  MacQuesten,  Rev., 

A.  M.,  66;  Ph.  D.,  93,  N.  Y.  Univ.  (1763 
Eastburn  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Matthews  Martin, 

A.  M.,  LL.  B.,  65.     (44  W.  40th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Dan  Marvin,* 

A.  B.,  63;  Clergyman,  d.  July  25,  1915, 
Jamaica,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

William  Anderson  Mitchell, 

M  D.,  65,  Yale;  Vice-Pres.  Safe  Deposit  Co.  of 
N.  Y.     (149  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Stuyvesant  Fish  Morris, 

A.  M.,  66;  M.  D.  67.      (16  E.  30th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Murray,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.     d.   1872. 

Hiram  Hunt  Nazro,* 

A.   B.,  63;   A.   M.,   66.     d.    1901. 

Thomas  Bellamy  Newby,* 

A.  M.     d.  1887. 

George  Henry  Owen, 

A.  M. 

James  Brinckerhoff  Pell,* 

d.    1870. 

George  Decatur  Pond, 

A.  B.,  63;  Cashier  Am.  Railway  Supply  Co. 
136   Charles  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Emmet  Robinson,* 

A.  B.,  63;  LL.  B.,  65.     d.   1903. 


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Philip  Justice  Sands,* 

d.   1900. 

Henry  Yates  Satterlee,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  LL.  D.,  97;  D.  D.,  Union 
82  and  Princeton,  96.      d.  1908. 

Walter  Satterlee,* 

d.  1908. 

William   Barnewell   Schermerhorn,* 

d.   1911. 

Riitherfurd  Stuyvesant,* 

d.    1909. 

Charles  William  Terrett,* 

d.  1872. 

Stephen  H.  Thayer, 

A.  B.,  63;  LL.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  66;  Honor 
man  upon  graduation;  Had  German  Oration; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  Justice  of  Peace; 
City  Judge  Yonkers;  U.  S.  Referee  Bankruptcy; 
Trustee  and  Counsel  Yonkers  Savings  Bank, 
Trustee  Am.  Scenic  and  Historic  Preservation 
Soc.  and  Yonkers  Hist.  Soc. ;  mem.  Board  of 
Trade;  Yonkers  Cor.  Yacht  Club:  Col.  Alumni 
Assn.,  Sons  of  the  Revolution  and  N.  Y.  State 
Bar  Assn.  18  S.  Bway.  and  12  Windsor 
Terrace,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Robert  Schuyler  Tucker, 

A.  M. 

Frank  Roe  Van  Buren,* 

A.  M.     d.   1877. 

Frederick    Brinsmade    Van    Kleeck, 
Rev., 

A.  M.,  66;  D.  D.  St.  Steplien's  Coll.,  85. 
(Wliite  Plains,  N.  Y.) 

Egbert  Ward,* 

d.  1894. 

Sylvester  -L'Hommedieu  Ward,* 

LL.  B.,  64,  Union,     d.  1910. 

Ellsworth  Westervelt,* 
Willard  Parker  Worster, 

A.  B.,  63;  A.  M.,  66;  M.  D.,  67;  Phi  Kappa 
Sigma;  Phys.  and  Surg.;  Electro-Therap.  and 
Hydro  Therap.  Post  Grad.  Med.  Sch.  and  Hosp. ; 
Consult  Phys.  Broad  St.  Hosp.;  Late  Asst. 
Surg.  Genl.  Saxton's  Staff,  65,  U.  S.  A.  Vols.; 
Last  Surviving  mem.  Crew  William  H.  Webb's 
Ram  Dunderberg,  built  for  U.  S.  during  civil 
,  war;  Only  Hon.  mem.  Audubon  Med.  Soc;  mem. 
Am.  Med.  and  N.  Y.  Phys.  Mut.  Aid  Assns; 
N.  Y.  Co.  and  N.  Y.  State  Med.  Socs.  78 
Broad  and  645  W,  i71st  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

1864 

John  Magnus  Adams,* 

A.  M.,  E.   M.,   67.     d.   1892. 

David  Wylie  Alexander,* 

LL.  E.,  66;  A.  M.,  67.     d.  1872. 

William  Gardiner  Appleton, 

A.  B.,  64;  A.  M.,  82.  Retired  from  Business, 
Dobbs  Ferry,  N.  Y. 


Reginald  Heber  Bartow,* 

d.   1888. 

Gerard  Beekman, 

A.  M.,  LL.  B.,  67.      (7  fe.  42d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Neilson  Beekman,* 

A.  M.,  67;  M.  D..  68.     d.  1912. 

Walston  H.  Brown, 

A.  B.,  64;  A.  M.;  Philolexian  Soc;  Banker; 
mem.  Union  League,  Sleepy  Hollow  and  Ards- 
ley  Clubs  and  Down  Town  Assn.  52  Bway., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas  Baird  Browning, 

LL.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  67.  (17  E.  87th  St.,  N.  Y. 
C.) 

Charles  Stedman  Bull,* 

A.  M.,  67;  M.  D.,  68.     d.  1911. 

John  Frederick  Butterworth,  Rev., 

A.  M.,  67;  D.  D.  Rutgers  Coll.,  09.  (38  E.  35th 
St.,   N.  Y.   C.) 

William  H.  Butterworth, 

A.  B.,  64;  LL.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  67;  Lawyer; 
mem.  Century  and  Univ.  Clubs  and  Down 
Town  Assn.  82  Beaver  and  38  E.  35th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Jonathan  Ackerman  Coles, 

A.  B.,  64;  A.  M.,  67;  M.  D.,  68;  LL.  D.,  03; 
Hope  Coll.  Mich.;  Received  Philolexian  Prize 
for  best  Essay,  64;  Harzen  Prize,  Coll.  Phys: 
and  Surg,  for  best  written  report  of  Clinical 
Cases  in  New  York  Hosp.,  67;  Surgeon,  Scien- 
tific writer;  'has  given  numterous  gifts  of 
classical  bronzes  to  Columbia  including  those 
"of  Caesar  Augustus  and  Apollo  Belvedere  in 
Hamilton  Hall;  fellow  Metropolitan  Museum  of 
Art;  Patron  and  Trustee  N.  J.  Historical  Soc; 
mem.  Internatl.  Anglo-Saxon  Soc.  17  W.  39th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  22  Market  St.,  Newark,  N.  J. 
and  Deerhurst,   Scotch  Plains,  N.  J. 

Henry  Bedinger  Cornwall, 

A.,  B.,  64;  E.  M.,  67;  Ph.  D.,  88;  A.  M.,  96 
(Hon.)  Princeton;  Peithologian ;  Fifth  Honor 
man  (Arts),  64;  Emeritus  Prof.  Chemistry  and 
Mineralogy,  Princeton  Univ.;  mem.  Nassau 
Club  of  (Princeton,  N.  J.)  and  Honorary, 
Princeton  Clubs  of  (N.  Y.  and  Phila.).  12 
Morven   St.,  Princeton,  N.  J. 

Edmund  Dewees  Davidson, 

A.   M.     (Huntington,   N.  Y.) 

Theodore  Frelinghuysen  Cornell 
Demarest, 

LL.  B.,  68,  A.  M.  elsewhere.  (30  Church  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Matthew  Brinckerhoff  Du  Bois, 

A.  B.,  64;  A.  M.,  68;  M.  D.,  68;  Phys.  (Re- 
tired) ;  mem.  Century  Club.  635  Park  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Duane  Shuler  Everson, 

A.  B.,  64;  A.  M.,  67;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Second 
in  Honor  Class;  Examiner  for  Admission  Law 
School,  Retired;  Tutor  Greek  and  Latin,  64-68; 
Head  Master  Private  School;  former  Pres.,  N. 
Y.  Bible  Soc;  mem.  Union  League  and  Quill 
Clubs  and  West  End  Assn.*  131'  West  71st  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 


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r 1864-65 


Henry  Floy,* 

LL.  B.,  66.     d.  1866. 

William  Newton  Goddard,* 

A.  M.     d.  1873. 

Thomas  Hays  Harmer, 

A.  M.,  E.  M.,  67.     (517  W.  113th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Hiram  Lyman  Huston,* 

A.  M.,     d.  1903 

Frederic  Wendell  Jackson,* 

A  M.     d.  1908. 

Charles  Henry  Kaufman,* 
Jonas  Butler  Kissam, 

A.  B.,  64;  Retired  Broker.  2160  W.  20th  St., 
Los  Angeles, .  Calif. 

Joseph  Bayley  Lawrence,* 

A.  M.,   LL-.  B.,  66.     d.   1889. 

Alfred  Perry  McClellan, 

Isidor  Mayer, 

John  Brainard  Morgan,  Rev.,* 

A.  M.,  64;  D.  D.  Trinity  Coll.,  82.     d.  1912. 

William  Franklin  Mott, 

LL.   B.,   73.     (Toms  River,   N.  J.) 

E.  S.  Nadal, 

A.  B.,  64,  Yale;  Am.,  74,  do.;  Sec.  of  Legation 
in  London,  70-71  and  77-84;  Lect.  English 
Composition,  Col.,  92-93;  mem.  Century  and 
St.  James'  (London)  Clubs.-  7  W.  43d  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  ■ 

Howard  Osterhoudt,* 

A.  M.,  LL.  B.,  66.     d.  1890. 

Henry  Hills  Parker,* 

A.  M.,  LL.  B.,  66.     d.  1886 

Charles  Burroughs  Rice,* 

A.  M.,  65;  LL.  B.,  67.     d.  1891. 

Frederic  William  Stevens, 

A.  M.,  LL.  D.,  08;  Vice  Chancellor  Ct.  of 
Chancery,  N.  J.  (45  Madison  Ave.,  Morris- 
town,  N.  J.) 

Arthur  Pemberton  Sturges,* 

d.    1866. 

Albert  Edward  Valentine, 

A.  M.,  M.  D.  elsewhere. 

Isidor  Walz,* 

Ph.   D.,   67,  Heidelberg,     d.   1877. 

Marinus  Willett,  Jr.,* 

d.    1897. 

1865 

Henry  Rutgers  Beekman,* 

LL.  b:,  67;  Judge  Sup.  Ct.  N.  Y.     d.  1900. 

Edward  Stelle  Brownson, 

A.  B.,  65;  E.  M.,  67;  A.  M.,  68  (258  Henry 
St.,  Bklyn,  N.  Y.) 

Douglas  Williams  Burnham,* 

A.  M.,  68.     d.  1892. 


Archibald  Murray  Campbell, 

A.  M.,  68;  M.  D.,  73;  Pres.  The  Mt.  Vernon 
Trust  Co.     (36  S.  1st  Ave.,  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.) 

Thomas  Cooper  Campbell,* 

A.  M.,  N.  Y.  Assemb.,  75-6.     d.   1877. 

John  Henry  Caswell,* 

d.  October  16,  1909. 

Jonathan  Odell  Fowler,  Jr.,* 

A.  M. 

Charles  King  Gracie,* 

A.  M.,  E.  M.,  67.     d.  1891. 

James  Hooker  Hamersley,*  ' 

LL.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  68.     d.  1901. 

John  Moore  HefFernan,.  Rev., 

A.  M.,  S.  T.  B.  Genl.  Theol  Sem.,  68.     d.  1877. 

William  Imbrie, 

D.  D.,  84,  Princeton;  Delta  Phi;  Philomatheari; 
End  of  Sophomore  yr.  entered  jr.  Class  at 
Princeton  Grad.,  65;  Missionary  of  Presbyter- 
ian Ch.  (U.  S.  A.);  4th  Degree  Order  of  the 
Rising  Sun  (Japanese),  09.  Sbirokane,  Tokyo, 
Japan. 

Julian  James,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.     d.  1870. 

Frederic  Rhinelander  Jones, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.     (54  Rue  de  Bassano,  Paris, 
»        France.) 

George  Goelet  Kip, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  67.  (Morristown, 
N.  J.) 

William  G.  Low, 

A.  B.,  65;  LL.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  68;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Hamilton,  Lawyers*  and  N.  Y,  Yacht  C^lubs.  30 
Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  58  Remsen  St.,  Bkln, 
N.  Y. 

Henry  Richard  McEHigott* 
William  Neilson  McVickar,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  68  and  S.  T.  D.,  98;  D.  D. 
Kenyon  Col!.  83  and  Penn.,  98;  LL.  D.  Brown 
04.   d.  1910. 

Randolph  Brant  Martine,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.  68.     d.  1895. 

James  F.  Maury, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  68;  Merchant;  mem.  N.  Y. 
Cotton     Exchange;     Treas.     Cotton     Exchange, 
Beaver    and    Williams    Sts.,    N.    Y.    C.    and   1  _ 
Washington  PI.,  Morristown,  N.  J. 

George  Webster  Peck, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  68.  fllO  S.  Parsons  Ave., 
Flushing,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Lyman  Price, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  68.  5839  W. 
Huron  St.,  Chicago,  III. 

Frederick  Priitie,* 

A.  B„  65;  A.  M..  68;  Ph.  D.  Lafayette  Coll., 
81;  Prof.  Girard  Coll.     d.  July  13,  1915. 

Arthur  Bernard  Ross,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.     d.  1892. 


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125 


Roderick  Burt  Seymour,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.  mem.  N.  J.  Assemb.     d.  1896. 

Lenox  Smith, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  68;  E.  M.,  68.  (71  Broadway, 
N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Edwin  Swezey,* 

A.  B.,  65;  LL.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  68.     d.  1873. 

Seymour  Van  Nostrand,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.     d.  1899. 

Abraham  Van  Santvoord,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  66;  LL.  B.,  67.     d.  1902. 

Edward  Henry  Van  Winkle,* 

A.  B.,  65,  A.  M.     d,  1909. 

Isaac  Van  Winkle,  Rev., 

A.  B.J  65;  A.  M.  and  St.  Stephen's  Coll.,  70. 

William  Bogert  Walker,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  S.  T.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
68.     Bennington,    Vt. 

Willard  P.  Ward, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.  71;  Univ.  State  of  N.  Y.; 
Ph.  D.  83,  do;  Engineer!  158  W.  5Sth  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

James  Lee  Wells, 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.,  68;  Real  Estate;  mem.  Bd.  of 
Education,  West  Farms,  69-74;  mem.  of  As.- 
-semb.  79-80,  and  92;  Alderman,  81-83;  Dir.  of 
23d  Ward  Bank,  88  to  date;  a  founder  of  Dollar 
Savings  Bank,  90;  Pres.  North  Side  Bd.  of 
Trade,  94-01;  Com.  of  Taxes  and  Assess.,  95-97; 
mem.  N.  Y.  C.  Charter  Revision, Com.,  00;  Pres. 
of  Dept.  of  Taxes  and  Assess.,  02-03;  N.  Y. 
State  Treasurer,  15-16.  141  Broadway  and  277 
Alexander  Ave.,  N.  Y.  City. 

John  Visscher  Wheeler,* 

A.  B.,  65 ;  A.  M.     d.  1902. 

Francis  French  Wilson,* 

A.  B.,  65;  A.  M.     d.  April  15,   1915. 

1866 

Marshall  [Pepoon]  Bell, 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  68. 

Louis  E.  Binsse, 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B„  78  (Retired);  mem.  Univ. 
Club  (Morristown).  9  James  St.,  Morristown, 
N.  J, 

Thomas  Monahan  Blossom,* 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.  and  E.  ,M.,  69.     d.  1876. 

Clarence  Brainerd* 
James  M.  Bruce, 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  69  elsewhere;  Phi,Upsilon; 
Clergyman;  Trustee  Vassar  Coll.  and  Rochester 
Theol.  Sem.;  Sec.  N.  Y.  Kindergarten  Assn.; 
mem.  Century  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs.  201 
W.  55th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Nathan  Robins  Carter,* 

d.  1866. 

Julian  Tappan  Davies, 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  69;  Fsi  Upsilon; 
Fhrlolexian;  K.  T.  (Class  Soc.  Knights  of  the 
Round    Table);     Philolexian     Speaker,     62-66; 


Class  Speaker  Semi  Annual,  63-66;  Oration  on 
Graduation,  66;  Lawyer;  Trustee  of  Mutual  Life 
Insurance  Co.,  82;  Trustee  of  Title  Guaranty 
and  Trust  Co.  since  81;  Trustee  of  Bond 
and  Mortgage  Guarantee  Co.,  since  86;  mem. 
of  Board  of  Missions  of  D.  &  F.  Mis- 
sionary Society,  F.  E.  Church,  since  80;  Director 
New  York  Throat,  Ear  and  Lung  Hospital; 
member  University,  Union  League,  Metropoli- 
tan, Sportsmen's,  Recess,  City  Lunch  and 
Flanders  Clubs.  34  Nassau  and  49  E.  51st  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  Timber  Point.,  Great  River,  L.  I.,. 
N.  Y. 

Augustus  Floyd  Delafield,* 

A.  B.,  66;  Ph.  D.,  79.     d.  1904. 

Moses  Downs  Getty, 

(Yonkers,  N.  Y.) 

William  Augustus  Hooker, 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M..  69;  E.  M.,  69;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Philolexian;  Hon.  man,  64, 
65,  66;  Prize  Blowpipe  Analysis,  68;  Retired; 
U.  S.  N.,  63;  22d  Regt.  N.  G.  N.  Y.;  Asst. 
Ohio  Geol.  Surv.,  69;  Asst.  Geol.  Sch.  Mines, 
Col.  77 ;  mem.  Country  Club,  Farmington. 
Farmington,  Conn. 

Edward  Clark  Houghton,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.     d.  1908. 

Daniel  Lord,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  69.    d.  1899. 

Theodore  H.  McNamee, 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  68;  Banker.  80  Bway  and 
214  W.  85th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Ward  Malloy,* 

d.  1872. 

Augustus  Chapman  Merriam,* 

A.  B.,-  66;  A.  M.,  69;  Ph.  D.  Hamilton  Coll., 
79;  Dir.  Amer.  Sch.  of  Classical  Studies, 
Athens,   87-8.     d.    1895. 

Frank  Ames  Mullany* 
Edward  Holland  Nicoll,* 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  69.     d.  1895. 

Willard  Parker  [Jr.],* 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M..  69;  M.  D.,  70;  Trustee  Med. 
Dept,  83-91.     d.  1907. 

William  Bleecker  Potter,* 

E.  M.  and  A.  M.,  69;  Sc.  D.,  04.    d.  1914. 

William  Edwin  Smalley,* 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  68, 

George  Putnam  Smith,* 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  LL.  B.,  68.     d.  1904. 

Stephen  Dover  Stephens,* 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  69;  mem.  N.  Y. 
Assemb.,  74-5;  County  Judee  and  Surrogate 
Richmond  Co.  N.  Y.,  1882-1911.     d.   1911. 

Horace  Stetson, 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  69;  Lawyer  and  Banker; 
Vice-President  and  Treasurer  Half  Dime  Sav- 
ings Bank  and  other  Positions  of  Trust;  mem. 
Columbia  University  Club.  226-8  Main  St.  and 
133  Park  Ave,  Orange,  N.  J. 

Augustus  Talbot,* 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  69.    d.  Jan.  2,  1?13.- 


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Richmond  Talbot,* 

d.  1887. 

William  Jameson  Thomson* 
Henry  Croswell  Tuttle,* 

A.  B.,  66;  LL.  B.,  68.     d.  1882. 

Martin  Van  Buren,* 

d.  1887. 

James  Moore  Wayne,* 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  71;  E.  M.  elsewhere. 

Henry  Augustus  Whiting, 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  69;  E.  M.,  71;  D.  M.  T.  03 
(Coll.  of  Mechano-Neural  Therapy,  Phila.);  N. 
D.  11  (Am.  Coll.  of  Neuropathy,  Phila.); 
founder  Psi  Phi;  mem.  Gamma  Beta  Chapt. 
Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  mining  eng.  69-89;  asst. 
in  field  Ohio  Geol.  Survey  69;  U.  S.  Patent  for 
white  lead  quick  process,  72;  Gen.  Mgr.  Bodie 
C.  M.  Co.  and  Mono  G.  M.  Co.,  79-84;  Treas. 
Repub.  Com.  Mono  Co.,  Cal.,  82-84;  monograph 
on  Mines  of  Mono  Co.  ^Eichth  An.  Rep.  of 
State  Mineralogist  of  Cal.),  88;  Vice-Prest.  and 
Gen.  Mgr^  Wilmington,  Newbern  and  Norfolk 
Ry.,  89-97;  Pres.  Wilminaton  Street  Ry.,  95-01; 
Dir.  Wilmington  Library  Assn.,  93-97;  under 
appointment  by  Gov.  of  N.  C.  del.  to  (1)  South- 
ern Interstate  Immigration  Conv.  (Augusta, 
Ga.),  94;  (2)  Southern  States  Settlers'  Conv. 
(Southern  Pines,  N.  C),  96;  (3)  International 
Gold  Mining  Conv.  (Denver,  Colo.),  97;  (4) 
State  Commr.  Tenn.  Centennial  and  Industrial 
Exp.,  97',  mem.  Chamber  of  Commerce,  Wilm- 
ington, N.  C,  92-97;  Vice-Pres.,  95,  and  Pres., 
96,  N.  C.  Dairymen's  Assn.;  Pres.  Maysville 
Land  C^o.,  95-06;  mem.  Brd.  of  Mgrs.  Cape  Fear 
Club,  95-97;  Sec.  Brooklyn  Wharf  and  Ware- 
house Go.,  97-00;  mem.  (jal.  Acad,  of  Sciences, 
71-79;  mem.  Am.  Inst.  Mining  Engs.,  85-03; 
life  mem.  Holstein-Friesian  Assn.  of  Am. ;  mem. 
Reform  Club  (N.  Y.) ;  A.  A.  A.  S.;  Natl. 
Geog.  Soc. ;  Natl.  Assn.  Drugless  Physicians; 
Am.  Assn.  Neuropathists ;.,  Colum.  Univ.  Alum. 
Club  of  Baltimore.  Office,  The  Walbert, 
Charles  St.  and  Lafayette  Ave.,  Baltimore; 
residence,  311  Oakdale  Road,  Roland  Park,  Md. 

John  Fritz  Wissmann,* 

A.  B.,  66;  A.  M.,  76.     d.  1906. 

Graham  Youngs,* 

d.   1887. 

1867 

Joseph  Halsey  Anderson,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.     d.   1883. 

James  Baker,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70;  LL.  B.,  71.     d.  1910. 

Henry  Anthony  Waldberg  Barclay,* 

d.  1884. 

Walton  Peckham  Bell,* 

A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.,69;  A.  M.,  70.     d.  1881. 

Jacques  Arnold  Bernheimer,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70.     d.  1895. 

Samuel  Appleton  Blatchford,* 

d.  1905. 

Charles  Henry  Burtis,* 

A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.  69;  A.  M.,  70.     d.  1884. 


Henry  Cohn,* 

A.  M.,  70.    d.  1900. 

John  .  Alexander   Denniston    [Jr.], 
Rev.* 

A.  B.,  67;  A,  M.,  S.  T.  B.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
70.     d.  1912. 

George  Gosman  De  Witt,* 

A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  70.     d.  1912. 

George  Duyckinck,* 

A.  M.,  70.    d.  1873. 

Edgar  Fawcett,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70.     d.  1904. 

Nicholas  Fish,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  71;  LL.  B.  Harvard,  69;  Asst. 
Sec.  U.  S.  Legation  Berlin,  71-4  and  Sec.,  74-7: 
U.  S.  Charge  d'Aff.  Switzerland,  77-81;  U.  S. 
Minister  to  Belgium,  82-5.     d.  1'902. 

Antoine  Lentilhon  Foster, 

(Montchanin,  Del.) 

Giraud  Graham, 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  75;  Philolexian.  150  W. 
103d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Clarence  Melville  Hyde,* 

A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.,  69;  A.  M.  70.     d.  1908. 

William  Halsey  Ingersoll,* 

A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.,  69;  E.  M.,  70.     d.  1903. 

George  Barent  Johnson,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70;  Master  St.  Paul's  Sch. 
Concord,  N.  H.,  68-72,  75-8.  (Rock  Point, 
Burlington,  Vt.) 

John  Alsop  King, 

(111  E.  71st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Hobart  Lewis,* 

d.  1870. 

Henry  Demarest  L,loyd,* 

A.  M.     d.   1903. 

James  McNamee,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70.  d.  1896. 

Cadwalader  Evans  Ogden,* 

A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.,  69.     d.  1888. 

Henry  Evelyn  Pierrepont,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70. 

Hector  Craig  Fitz  Randolph, 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70;  Psi  Upsilon;  Vice-Presi- 
dent Philolexian.  Society;  Vice-President  Class 
67;  Capt.  Varsity  Baseball  Team;  Assoc,  ed. 
Columbiad;  life  mem.  N.  J.  Historical  Society; 
member  in  perpetuity  Academy  of  Design; 
member  Harleian  Society  (London,  England); 
N.  Yi  Genealogical  and  Biographical  Society, 
Columbia  Univ.  and  Ivy  Clubs.  135  W.  85th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Julius  Sachs, 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  71;  Ph.  D.  Rostock,  Germany, 
71;  Honor  man;  Prof,  at  Col.  Univ.;  President 
American  Philolog.  Association;  do.  Schoolmas- 
ters' Association,  N.  Y.;  do.  Middle  States  Asso- 
lation  of  College;  do.  Head  Masters'  Associa- 
tion; member  Century  Association,  since  86. 
Teachers  College,  Columbia  University  and  225 
W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


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127 


Henry  William  Schneeberger,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70;  D.  D.  Rabbinical  Sem., 
Berlin  71.     1014  McCulIoh  St.,  Baltimore,  Md. 

Aaron  Ernest  Vanderpoel,* 

A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.  69;,  A.  M.,  70.     d.  1898. 

Rudolph  August  Witthaus,* 

A.  B.,  67;  A.  M.,  70;  M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.,  73; 
Prof.  Emer.  Cornell  Med.  Sch.  d.  Dec.  19, 
1915. 

James  Henry  Work, 

'        A.  B.,  67;  LL.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  70.     (Lawrence, 

N.  Y.) 

1868. 

Isaac  Adler, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M..  68;  M.  D.  Abroad;  Retired 
Physician;  Prof.  Emeritus  N.  Y.  Polyclinic; 
Consultant  of  Various  Hospitals.  401  W.  End 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  William  Schmidt  Arnold,* 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71;  M.  D.  Bell  Hosp.  Med. 
Coll.,  71.     d.   1888. 

Henry  Denison  Babcock, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71.  (20  E.  52d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Preston  Beck,* 
James  Michael  Brady,* 

A.  B.,  68;  LL.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  71.     d.  1902. 

Benjamin  Howell  Campbell, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71;  Headmaster  Columbia 
Grammar  Sch.  (333  N.  Broad,  Elizabeth,  N.  J.) 

Walter  Ewing  Colton 
Frederic  de  Peyster  Foster, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71;  LL.  B..  72;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  Governor  Knicker. 
bocker  and  Toledo  Clubs;  Chairman  Trustees 
of  N.  Y.  Society  Library;  Trustee  of  Union 
Trust  and  Fultoti  Trust  Go's.;  Vice-President 
society  of  Destitute  Blind;  Treasurer  New 
York  Institute  for  Education  of  Blind;  Trustee 
N.  York  Dispensary;  member  Advisory  Com- 
mittee of  American  Association  for  the  Relief  of 
Respectable  Aged  Females  in  the  City  of  New 
York;  member  Board  of  Counselors,  Society 
for  the  Relief  of  Destitute  Children  of  Seamen; 
member  Knickerbocker,  Union,  University, 
Tuxedo  and  Down  Town  Clubs;  Stj  Nicholas 
Society,  Soc.  Colonial  Wars  and  Sons  of  Revo- 
lution. 44  Wall  Street,  New  York  City  and 
Tuxedo,  N.  Y. 

Tallmadge  W.  Foster, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71;  Lawyer.  257  Broadway, 
New  York  City  and  East  Orange,  N.  J. 

Andrew  [Jackson]  Gilhooly,* 

A.  B..  68;  LL.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  71. 

Elmslie  M.  Gillet,  ■ 

A.Bj,  68;  A.  M.,  71;  Psi  Upsilon;  Philolexian; 
Tea  Broker;  mem.  Alumni  Assn.  103  Front 
St.  and  158  E.  38th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Joseph  Bayley  Halsey,* 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71. 

John  Archibald  Macdonald 


Edward  Schermerhorn  Mead,* 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  72.     d.  1877. 

William  Meikleham,* 

A.    B..   68:   A.    M.,   71.     d.   89. 

William  Mitchell, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  71.  (44  Wall  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

John  McEean  Nash, 

A.  B.,  68;  LL.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  70;  Delta  Phi; 
Lawyer;  Treasurer  Columbia  University,  85; 
trustee  New  York  Life  Insurance  and  Trust 
Co.;  treasurer  Episcopal  Fund.  Diocese  New 
York;  member  Century  Assn  and  Union,  Brook 
and  University  Clubs.  63  Wall  and  60  W.  48th 
Sts..  N.  Y.  C. 

Duane  Eivingston  Peabody.* 

A.  B.,  68;  LL.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  71.    d.  1886. 

John  Duncan  Quackenbos, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  71;  1st  hortor  at 
commenc.  and  percentage  99^;  Alpha  Kappa 
Kappa;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  tutor  Rhetoric  and 
Hist.  Col.  Coll.,  70;  mstr.  Eng.  Lit.  and  Physiol 
Psychol.;  adj.  prof..  Eng.  Lit.  and  Lang.,  Col. 
Coll.,  84;  prof.  Rhetoric  Col.  Coll.  and  Barnard 
Coll.,  91;  emeritus  prof.  94;  made  advanced 
experiments  in  Mental  Therapeutics;  proved 
the  value  of  Hypnotism  in  Mental  and  Moral 
Culture;  has  accomplished  the  unattempted  in 
the  location  of  psycho-physical  Contrl;  author 
works  on  Mental  Suggestion  and  Hypnotism, 
etc.;  commodore  Lake  Sunapee  Yacht  Club; 
mem.  Soc.  Colonial  Wars,  Am.  Wars,  Holland 
Soc,  London  Soc.  Psychical  Research,  Am.  Med 
and  N.  Y.  Med.  Assns.;  Am.  Assn.  Adv  Sci, 
N.  Y.  Acad.  Sci.;  fellow  N.  Y.  Acad.  Med  and 
N.  H.  Med.  Soc;  N.  H.  Soc  Prevent.  Tuber- 
culosis; Soc.  Protect.  N.  H.  Forests  (v.-p.); 
Col.  Coll.  Alumni  Assn.;  Natl.  Geog.  Soc;  Soc. 
Study  Alcohol  and  Narcotics.  127  W.  73d  St.. 
N.  Y.  C.  V    /.lu  oi., 

George  Lockhart  Rives, 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.  72;  LL.  B.,  73;  A.  B.,  Cam- 
bridge (Eng.),  72;  A.  M.,  79;  LL.  D.,  Am- 
herst Coll.  10  and  Princeton  11;  Asst.  Sec 
State  U.  S.  87-89;  corporation  counsel  N.  Y  C. 
02-03.     (69  E.  79th  St.  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Nicholas  Sanders,  Jr.,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  68;  LL.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  71.     d.  1890. 

Arthur  Sloan,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71. 

William  [James]  Milligan  Sloane, 

A.  B.,  68;  L.  H.  D.,  87;  Ph.  D.,  76,  Leipsic; 
A.  M..  94,  Princeton:  LL.  D.,  03,  do.;  LL.  D., 
98,  Rutgers;  LL.  D.,  Union,  12;  Seth  Low  prof, 
of  history,  Columbia  Univ.;  Chancellor,  Am. 
Acad.  Arts  and  Letters:  Chevalier  of  the 
Legion  of  Honor  (France) ;  Order  of  the  North 
Star  (Sweden);  Medal  of  The  Seraphim 
(Sweden);  pres.  Rocky  Hill  Assn.  (Princeton); 
mem.  Ceptury  Assn.  and  Univ.  Players'  and 
Nassau  (Princeton)  Clubs.  (Officer).  163  E. 
74th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  95  Bayard  Lane,  Prince- 
ton, N.  J. 

John  Steward  [Jr.], 

(Carlton  Curlieu  Hall,  Leicester,  England.) 

James  Prescott  Swain,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71.     d.  Feb.  10,  1913. 


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COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1868-69 


Horace  Holden  Thayer, 

Auditor.  67  Wall  St.  and  550  Riverside  Drive, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Stephen  Whittingham  Williams, 

A.  B.,  68;  A    M.,  71.     (18  Linden  PI.,  Orange, 

N.  J.) 

Lucius  Kellogg  Wilmerding,    ^ 

A.  B.,  68;  A.  M.,  71;  Delta  Phi;  Philolexian; 
spec,  partner,  Wilmerding  &  Bisset;  trustee 
Greenwich  Savings  Bank;  dir.  Corn  Exchange 
Bank,  Washington  Br.;  mem.  University, 
Knickerbocker,  Metropol,  So.  Tide,  Sportsmen, 
Metropol.  (Washington,  D.  C),  Dotards  of  48, 
and  Happy  Family  Clubs.  170,  5th  Ave.  and 
18  E.  77th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

1869 

Charles  Gustavus  Adams,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  69;  A.M.,  72;  B.  D.  Kenyon  Coll. 

Hal  Allaire,* 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1901. 

Willard  Bartlett, 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  D.,  04;  EL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Univi,  68; 
LL.  D.,  Hamilton  v,oll.,  94,  and  N.  Y.  Univ. 
04:  assoc.  judge  Ct.  of  Appeals,  06-08.  (21 
Pierrepont,   Bkln.) 

Evelyn  Pierrepont  Bartow,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1902. 

Henry  Beadel,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  70.  (New  Brighton,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

Robert  Lenox  Belknap,* 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72;  A.  B.,  Princeton,  69. 
d.  1896. 

Jacob  Bininger,* 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1889. 

Thomas  Newby  Cuthbert, 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72;  Lawyer. 
(45  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Riverdale,  N.  Y.) 

William  Bayard  Cutting,* 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1912. 

Henry  Drisler,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72.     d.  1911. 

William  Alexander  Duer,* 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1905. 

Hamilton  Pish  [Jr.], 

A.  B..  69:  A.  M..  72:  LL.  B.,  73:  N.  Y. 
Assemb.,  74,  76-79;  Aoueduct  Cnmmr.  N.  Y. 
City,  86-88;  asst.  treas.  U.  S.  in  N.  Y.  C.  (52 
Wall  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Dudley  Foulke, 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72;  LL.  D.,  Earl- 
ham  Coll.,  06;  Delta  Phi;  Philolexian;  Greek, 
Salutatory  Class  Day  Oration;  Class  pres.  jun.* 
yr. ;  Greek  prize ;  Phi  Beta  Kappa ;  Writer ; 
State  Senator,  Indiana,  83-85;  U.  S.  Civil  Serv- 
ice Comm.,  01-03;  pres.  Natl.  Municipal  League, 
10-15;  mem.  City  (N.  Y.),  Cosmos  and  Chevy 
Chase  Clubs,  Washington,  D.  C. ;  University 
and  Columbia,  Indianapolis.  S  18th  and  A  Sts., 
Richmond,  Ind. 


William  Montague  Geer,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72;  S.  T.  D.,  13.;  Philolexian; 
Vicar,  St.  Paul's  Chapel,  Trinity  Parish,  N.  Y. 
C;  trustee  Trinity  and  St.  Agatha  Schools; 
Society  for  Promotion  of  Religion  and  Learn- 
ing; member  Century,  Seawanhaka  (hon.  mem.), 
Corinthian  Yacht,  New  York  Press  and  Gover- 
nor's Island  Clubs.  29  Vesey  and  60  W.  84th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  John  Hallock,* 

A.  B.,  69:  A.  M.,  72;  Ph.  D.,  Heidelberg,  78. 
d.  1884. 

George  Webster  Heasly,* 

d.  1870. 

William  Berrian  Hooper,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72.     (Gettysburg,  Pa.) 

Robert  Henry  Hunt,* 

d.  1870. 

William  E.  Iselin, 

'      A.    B.,    69;    Delta   Phi;    Merchant.      (745,   5th 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harry  Madison  Jones,* 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  73.     d.  1899. 

Shipley  Jones, 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72;  Stock  Broker;  member 
of  firm,  Jones  &  Lanman;  mem.  Metropolitan, 
Richmond  Co.  Country  and  Badminton  Clubs. 
96  Broadway  and  726,  5th  Ave.  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Quinton  Keasbey, 

LL.  B.,  71,  Harvard;  A.  M.,  72,  Princeton; 
Lawyer.  9  Clinton  St.,  Newark  and  Miller 
Rd.,   Morristown,  N.  J. 

John  Henry  Livingston, 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  Philolexian;  mem.  Univ. 
Club.     Clermont.  N.  Y. 

David  B.  Ogden, 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  Lawyer;  member  Cen- 
tury, University,  Church,  Tuxedo  and  St. 
Nicholas  Clubs  and  Association  of  American 
Bar.  54  William  Street  and  12  E.  10th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

John  Oven,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1875. 

Charles  A.  Peabody, 

A.  B.,  69:  LL.  B..  71:  A.  M.,  72;  Delta  Psi; 
Philolexian;  pres.  Mutual  Life  Insurance  Co.; 
mem.  Assemb.  76;  mem.  Metropolitan,  Uni- 
versity, Down  Town,  Tuxedo  and  Piping  Rock 
Clubs.  32  Nassau  St.  and  224  Madison  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

George  Plato  Pierce 

Samuel  Augustus  Purdy,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72. 

William  Macneven  Purdy, 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72;  Lawyer. 
302  Broadway  and  32  E.  63d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Horace  Nelson  Seaver, 

A.  B.,  69;  A.  I.I.,  72;  LL.  B.,  Harvard,  74. 
(Jalapa,  Vera  Cruz,  Mex.) 

Frank  Norsworthy  Shepard,* 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1887. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


129 


John  Adams  Smedberg,* 

d.  1910. 

Edward  Bayard  Smith,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72. 

David  Stewart,  Jr.,* 

d.  1874. 

Henry  Cady  Sturges, 

A.  B.,  69:  A.  M..  72;  Delta  Psi;  Author;  v.-pres. 
Fairfield  Historical  Soc;  trustee  Fairfield  Mem- 
orial Library;  mem.  Archaelogical,  Geographical 
and  Historical  SocS.  of  N.  Y.;  mem.  University, 
St.  Anthony,  Grolier,  N.  Y.  Yacht  and  Delta 
Psi  Clubs.     116  E.  36th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Tillou,* 

A  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72.  d.  Feb.  16, 
1915. 

William  Edgar  Webb, 

Retired  Globe  Trotter  and  Amateur  Astrono- 
mer.    1306  Wentworth  Ave.,  Pasadena,  Calif. 

Edward  Francis  Weeks,* 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  72.    d.  1905. 

Thenford  Woodhull,* 

A.  B.,  69;  LL.  B.,'  71;  A.  M.,  72;  Philolexian; 
Y.  M.  C.  A.  president  senior  year;  "Neutral" 
Party  Class,  69;  1st  Philolexian  prize  for 
English  Essay,  69;  Commencement  Orator; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  instructor  Latin  and 
Greek  Col.  College  Grammar  School;  assistant 
in  preparing  various  legal  works;  contributor 
NeJi  York  Law  Journal  and  Episcopal  Re' 
corder;  a  founder  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Alumni  (N. 
Y.),  77;  delegate  General  Council  Reformed 
r-^  Episcopal  Church,  15;  member  Law  Library 
r'CBrooklyn)  Association;  Alumni  Col.  College; 
', ^Brooklyn  Institute  Arts  and  Sciences;  Twelfth 
Assemb.  Dist.  Democratic  Club.  d.  May  26, 
1916.     Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

3,870 

Felix  Adler, 

A.  B.,  70;  Ph.  D.,  73,  Heidelberg;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  prof.  Political  and  Social  Etliics,  .Col. 
Univ.;  leader  of  Soc.  of  Ethical  Culture; 
chrmn.  Natl.  Child  Labor  Comm. ;  mem.  Cen- 
tury, City  and  Authors'  Clubs.  152  W.  77th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walden  Pell  Anderson 
Isaac  Baker  Barrett, 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73;  LL.  B.,  Union  73;  Phi 
Gamma  Delta;  Phi  Beta  Kapna;  Lawyer;  Jus- 
.tice  City  Court,  Albany;  mem.  Aurania  Club. 
86  State,  22  S.  Pearl  and  98  N.  Allen  Sts.,  Al- 
bany, N.  Y. 

Richard  Berrian,* 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73. 

Towson  Caldwell, 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73;  LL.  B.,  79. 

Lewis  Buflfett  Carll, 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73.  (457,  9th  St.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y.^ 

Theodore  Hedges  Conger, 

»;,        A.  B.,  70;  M.  D.,' Hahnemann  Med.  Coll.,  90. 

'   John  Cropper,* 

1^       A.  B.,  70;  LL.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  73.    d.  1906. 


George  Hicks  Dibblee,* 

d.  1873. 

Thomas  Charles  Edward  Ecclesine,* 

A.  B.,  70;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,    73.     d.   1895. 

William  Fanning,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  70;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  77.    d.  1900. 

Charles  Meredith  Garth,* 

d.  1902. 

William  Erwin  Gilhooly, 

A.  B.,  70;  LL.  B.,  73.  (155  E.  72d  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  Waterman  Holden,* 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73.    d.  1894. 

Arthur  Ingraham,* 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73.    d.  Dec.  1,  1914. 

Edmond  Kelly.,* 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M;  and  LL.  B.,  77,  Cambridge 
81;  Licen.  en  Droit  Paris,  83.     d.  1909. 

Franklin  Butler  Lord,* 

d.  1908. 

Seth  Low, 

A.  B.,  70;  LL.  D.,  Amherst  Coll.,  89;  Harvard, 
N.  Y.  Univ.,  Penn.,  and  Trinity  Coll.  90; 
Princeton,  96;  Yale,  01;  Edinburgh,  10;  mayor 
Bkln.,  82-83,  84-85;  Commr.  to  Peace  Confer- 
ence at  the  Hague,  99;  Mayor  of  N.  Y.  C,  02- 
03.     30  E.  64th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Bartow  Montell, 

(63  Wall  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

Robert  Stratton  Morison, 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.",  73.  (501  South  West,  Syra- 
cuse. N.  Y.) 

Joseph  Howard  Nitchie, 

A.  B.,  70,  Williams  Coll.;  Actuary.  19  S.  La 
Salle  St.,'  Chicago  and  826  Hamlin  St.,  Evans- 
ton,  111. 

Isidor  Pierce  Oberndorfer,* 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73;  M.  D.,  74.    d.  1907. 

Walter  Ogden,* 

d.  Mar.  15,  1914.  , 

George  Livingston  Peabody, 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  73.  (Newport, 
R.  I.) 

Spencer  Summerfield  Roche,* 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73;  B.  D.,  73;  Union  Theol. 
Sem.;  B.  D.,  74,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.;  S.  T.  D., 
01,  Trinity  Coll;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  rector  St. 
Mark's  P.  E.  Ch.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.,  75-12;  mem. 
Chap.  Cathedral  Incarnation  (P.  E.  Diocese, 
L.  I.),  87  and  chancellor  97-16;  mem.  N.  Y. 
and  L.  I.  Hist.  Socs;  Metropolitan  Museum  of 
Art,  Garden  City  and  Clerical  Clubs  and  The 
Brooklyn  Clericus,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.  d.  Mar.  6, 
1916. 

David  Alvah  Rowe-, 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73;  Customs  Service.  Cus- 
tonj  House,  N.  Y.-  C.  and  188  Summit  Ave., 
Upper  Montclair,  N.  J, 

George  Starr  Scofield,  Jr.,* 

A.  B,  70;  LL.  B.,  72;  A,  M.,  74. 


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COLUMBIA  COLLEGE 


[1870-71 


Robert  Fitch  Shepard, 

A.  B^  70;  A.  M.,  73j  LLC  B.,  76;  PhilolexUn; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  St.  Nicholas 
(N.  Y.),  Metropolitan  and  Chevy  Chase  (Wash., 
D.  C.)  Clubs;  Soc.  of  Colonial  Wars  (N.  Y.) ; 
mem.  Aztec  Club  of  1847.  1306,  18th  St.  N.  W., 
Washington,  D.  C 

Deming  Beadle  Smith* 
Prank  Dodge  Sturges, 

A.  B.,  70;  LL.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  73;  Alderman  N. 
Y.  C,  04-07;  Justice,  Munic.  Ct.,  08.  (784 
Park  Ave.) 

"William  Nayler  Webbe, 

A.  B.,  70;  A.  M.,  73 ^  winner  Trustees'  Greek 
prize  $300,  -junior  yr. ;  Greek  and  English 
Seminary  prizes,  senior  yr. ;  winner  mile  race, 
prize  silver  goblet,  June  2,  69,  first  field  meet- 
ing, Columbia  Coll.  Athletic  Assn.;  rector  Em- 
manuel Ch.,-  Great  River,  L.  I.  Great  River, 
L.  I..  N.  Y; 

Dennistoun  Wood,* 

A.  B.,  70;  LL.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  73.    d.  1902. 

1871. 

Robert  Barbour, 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74;  Psi  Upsilon;  Philolexian 
Soc;  Clergyman.  538  Bloomfield  Ave.,  Mont- 
clair,  N.  J. 

Valentine  Alexander  Blacque,* 

d.  Jan.  9,   1915. 

William  Haliburton  Bridgham, 

(15  Avenue  d'lena,  Paris,  France.) 

Frederic  Bronson,* 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  73.     d.  1900. 

Gurdon  S.  Buck, 

Psi  Upsilon;  Lawyer;  mem.  Assn.  C.  N.  Y.  and 
Century  Assn.     149  B'way.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Clarence  Rapelje  Conger,* 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  74.     d.  1911. 

William  Henry  Conover,* 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.  "Uniori,  76. 

R,,  Fulton  Cutting, 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  75;  LL.  D.  04;  Delta  Phi; 
President  Cooper  Union  and  New  York  Trade 
School;  Chairman  Bureau  Municipal  Research; 
Director  American  Exchange'  National  Bank; 
Mexican  Telegraph  Co. ;  Metropolitan  Opera  Co., 
and  American  Museum  of  Natural  History; 
member  City,  Tnxedo  and  Century  Cllbs.  32 
Nassau  and  24  E.  67th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Denning  Duer,  Jr* 
Moses  Henry  Epstein 
Stuyvesant  Fish, 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74;  Delta  Psi;  Phi  BeU 
Kappa;  Philolexian;  Farmer;  Entered  tlie  serv- 
ice of  the  111.  Central  R.  R.  Co.  Oct.  l9t,  71;  Sec. 
to  the  Pres.,  72;  Nov.  1st,  72;  Clerk  with 
Messrs.  Morton,  Bliss  &  Co.,  Bankers,  N,  Y.  C, 
and  later  with  Messrs,  Morton,  Rose  &  Co.,  Lon- 
don; March  16,  76  elected  Dir.  111.  Central  R.  R. 
Co.;  Jan.  7,  83,  2d  Vice-Pres.;  April  2,  84  Vice- 
Pres.;  May  IS,  87  to  Nov.  7,  16,  Pres.  111.  Cen- 
tral R.  R.  Co.;  Pres,  American  Railway  Assn., 


04-06;  Chrmn.  of  the  Seventh  Session  of  the 
International  Railway  Congress  at  Washington, 

D.  C,  May  05;  mem.  Monetary  Comm.  created 
by  Indianapolis  Monetary  Conference  97;  al 
present  a  Trustee  of  the  N.  Y.  Life  Ins.  and 
Trust  Co.;  a  Dir.  of  the  Natl.  Park  Bank  and 
Dir.  of  other  fiscal  and  fiduciary  institutions; 
mem.  Union,  Metropolitan,  St.  Anthony  and 
New  York  Clubs;  Chicago  Club  (Chicago), 
52  Wall  St.  and  25  E.  78th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Garrison,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Goddard  Haughwout,* 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  75;  U.  S.  Consul  at 
Naples,     d.   1886. 

Jacob  Herrick  Henry, 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  74.  24  Euclid 
Ave.,  Ridgefield  Park,  N.  J. 

Joseph  Hooper, 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74;  English  Seminary  Prize 
Commencement,  71;  Clergyman;  Rector  Emeri- 
tus Chuircb  of  the  Epiphany,  Durham,  Conn.; 
School  Trustee  Lebanon  Springs,  N.  Y.,  77-79; 
President  Board  Trustees  Wyomanock  Seminary, 
New  Lebanon,  N.  Y.,  78-84;  Registrar  Diocese 
of  Albany,  85;  School  Visitor  Town  of  Groton, 
Conn.,  90.-93 ;  President  School  Board,  Durham, 
Conn,  96-10;  President  Board  Trustees  Durham 
Public  Library,  06-13;  Sec.  Archdeaconry  of 
Middlesex  Dioces&  of  Connecticut,  98-02,  15-16; 
Archiver  Commission  Diocese  of  Connecticut 
98;  Author,  Church  in  Berkshire,  Co.  Mass.,  85; 
History  of  St.  Peters  Church,  Albany,  1900; 
Jarvis  Centenary,  97;  Burial  Place  of  Lord 
Howe,  97;  Henry  Barclay,  D.  D.,  06  and  Var- 
ious Historical  Articles,  85-08;  Editor  Records 
of  Convocation,  Diocese  of  Conn.,  04;  Formative 
Period.     Durham,   Conn. 

Francis  Hustace,* 

A.  B.,  71;  A,  M.,  and  M.  D.,  74.     d.  Feb.,  1915. 

Richard  Busteed  Kelly, 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  73,  A.  M.,  74;  Greek  Prize; 
Lawyer;  v.-p.  Sth  Natl.  Bank  and  Broadway 
Savings  Inst. ;  mem.  Union  League,-  Riding  and 
N.  Y.  Athletic  Clubs.  233  B'way  and  46  W. 
•  72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

L,ewis  Cass  L,edyard, 

A.  B.,  72,  Harvard;  LL.  B.  and  A.  M.,  75,  do.; 
Psi  Upsilon  (Columbia) ;  Lawyer;  Pres.  Bar 
Assn.,  C.  N.  Y.;  Pres.  Lyin«-In-Hosp.,  C.  N  Y.; 
1st  V.-Pres.,  N.  Y.  Public  Library;  Trust.  Met. 
Museum  of  Art;  mem.  Century  Assn.j  Knicker- 
bocker Union  Univ.,  Metropolitan  (N.  Y.) 
Brook,  N.  Y.  Yacht,  Harvard  (N.  Y.)  and 
Metropolitan   (Wash.)   Clubs.     14  Wall  and  27 

E.  72d  St.,  ,N.  Y.  q,. 

Henry  Day  Loder,* 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  74.     d.  1887. 

Brander  Matthews, 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  73;  A.  M.  74;  LL.  D.  04; 
Delta  Psi,  Philolexian;   Man  of  Letters,  Prof. 
Dramatic    Literature;    Pres.    Modern   Language 
Assn.,    10;    Pres.   Natl  Inst.  Arts  and  LetterSj 
13-14;    mem.    Century,   Players'    Authors'    (N., 
Y.);      Athenaeum,      Saville      (London);     Clwi 
Dwellers'  (Chicago);  Legion  of  Honor,  07;  Ajii.i 
Acad.  Arts  and  Letters,  08.    Columbia  Uni«V 
B'way.  and  116st  St.  and  337  W.  87th  St„M- 
Y.  C.  ■< 

James  Otis  Morse, 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74;  LL.  B.,  78.  Englewood, 
N.  J. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


131 


Chester  Clark  Munroe,* 

d.  1907.  , 

Henry   Hyde  Munsell,  \ 

Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Farming.    Grace  Church  St.,  | 
Portchester,  N.  Y.  1 

Beniamin  Franklin  Romaine,  Jr.,        I 

A   B,  71;  LL.  B.,  72;  J.  U.  D.  Heidelberg,  74.  ! 
(68  Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C.)  i 

John  Watts  Russell  * 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74.    d.  1888. 

William  H.  Sage, 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74;  LL.  B.,  74;  Phi  Beta 
'  Kappa;  Lawyer;  Director  and  Counsel  North 
River  Savings  Bank;  Senior  Warden  St. 
Andrew's  Church;  mem.  Union  League  (N.  Y.) 
and  Scarsdale  Golf  Clubs.  156  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  Bronxville,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Mason  Sniyth,  Rev., 

(16  Hamilton  Terrace,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Oscar  S.  Straus, 

A.  B.,  71;  LL.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  74;  LL.  D.  04; 
L.  H.  D.,  95,  Brown;  LL.  D.,  98,  Wash,  and 
Lee;   Penn.,   00;   Peithologian   Soc;   Phi  Beta 
Kappa;    Chrmn.    Public    Service    Commission;   ; 
Judge  Permanent  Cour*  of  Arbitration  at  The  j 
Hague;  U.  S.  Minister  to  Turkey,  87-90;  97-00;   1 
Sec.  of   Cixmmerce  and  Labor,   07;   Vice-Pres.  : 
Natl.    Civic    Federation;    Author    of    Various 
Books;  mem.  Bankers',  Authors',  City  and  St. 
Andrews    Golf    Clubs.     Public    Service    Com- 
mission, Tribune  Bldg.  and  5  W.  76th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Robert  Swan,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  and  M.  D.,  74. 

Obadiah  Valentine,  Rev.,* 

"      A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.  74.     d.  1896. 

Joseph  Fenelon  Vermilye,* 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74;  LL.  B.,  75.     d.  J884. 

Robert  Waller,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74.     d.  Feb.  21,  1915. 

George  Whitefield  Ward* 
Augustus  Ward  Whiton* 

d.  1875. 

Frank  Work,  Jr.,*t 

A.  B.,  71;  A.  M.,  74.     d.  1908. 
tFormerly  George  Francis  Work. 

1872 

Robert  Arnold,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  and  LL.  B.,  75.     d.  1875. 

Sidney  Gillespie  Ashmore,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  L.  H.  D:  Hobart  Coll.,  87. 
d.  1911. 

Frederick  Augustus  Brown,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75.     d.  1898. 

Lakewood  de  Forest, 

Phi  Upailon;  Artist  and  Architect;  mem.  ten- 
turv  Assn.  1815  Lacuna  St.,  Santa  Barbara, 
Cal. 


Robert  Clarence  Dorsett, 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77.     (53  W.  70th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Clarence  Gushing  Edgerton, 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75.    (Cooperstown, 
N.  Y.) 

Haliburton  Fales; 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75.  105  E,  72d 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  ^ 

William  Henry  Haldane,* 

A.'  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75.  d.  Nov.  5, 
1913. 

Edward  Fermor  Hall,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75.     d.  1902. 

Robert  Ray  Hamilton,* 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75;  N.  Y.  Assemb., 
81,  86-9.     d.  1890. 

Schuyler  Hamilton  [Jr.],* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  E.  M.,  76.     d.  1907. 

Robert  Spurrier  Howard-Smith, 

A.  B.,  72,  Univ.  Tenn.;  A.  M.,  75,  do.;  student 
at  Col.  Univ.  Fresh,  and  Soph,  yrs.;  honor  roll 
Col.  69-70;  Retired;  v.-p.  and  treas.  Link  Belt 
Eng.  Co.;  treas.  Link  Belt  Co.;  treas.  Standard 
Roller  Bearing  Co.;  mem.  Union  League  of 
Phila.,  Germaniown  Cricket,  Science  and  Art  of 
Germantown  Clubs,  Colonial  Soc.  of  Pa.;  N.  E. 
Soc.  of  Pa. ;  former  mem.  Am.  Soc.  Mech.  Engrs. 
4838  Pulaski  Ave.,  Germantown,  Pa. 

William  Edgar  Key-es,* 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,- 74;  A.  M.,  75. 

Charles  Henry  Knox,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  LL.  B.  N.  Y.  Univ.,  72; 
Pres.  Bd.  of  Education  N.  Y.  C,  94;  Pres. 
Civil  Service  Comm.,  98-9.     d.  1906. 

Edmund  Maccafi&l,* 
John  Holme  Maghee, 

A.  B.,  72;  a'.  M.,  75;  C.  E.,'  76. 
loch  Ave.,  Morristown,  N.  J.) 


(50  Maccul- 


Frederick  Panet  Marshall,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  LL.  B.,  76.     d.  1886. 

Valentine  Mott, 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  76;  A.  B.,  Trinity;  A.  B., 
Trinity  Coll.,  Cambridge,  Eng.;  M.  D.  Bellevue 
Hosp.,  78;  Delta  Psi;  Football  Team,  70;  Geb- 
hardt  Grerman  Prize,  71;  Phys;  mem.  St. 
Anthony  and  Piping  Rock  Clubs  and  ^oyal  Leg- 
ion.    Oyster  Bay,  L.  1. 

Eudlow  Ogden, 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74; 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Richard  Ogden, 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75. 
N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Lawrence  Onderdonk, 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75. 

Augustus  Coe  Pirsson,* 

A.  B..  72;  A.  M.  arid  EL.  B.,  75. 


A.  M.,  75.     (37  Liberty 


(129  Franklin,  Astoria, 


d.  1875. 


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COLUMBIA   COLLEGE 


[1872-74 


John  Krom  Rees,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.  and  E.  M.,  75;  Ph.  D.,  94; 
pres.  N.  Y.  Acad.  Sc. ;  Chevalier  Legion 
d'Honneur.     d.  1907.  • 

Edward  Lazarus  Rosenfeld,* 

d.  1873. 

Charles  Lancaster  Short,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  S.  T.  B.,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
77.      (47  Sever,  Worcester,  Mass.) 

John  R.  Strong, 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  LL.  B.,  75;  Psi  Upsilon; 
mem.  Church  and  Biscayne  Bay  Yacht  Clubs. 
717  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edmund  Grindal  Rawson  Trimble, 

'  A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75;  M.  D.,  7». 

Arthur  Delano  Weekes, 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75;  Delta  Psi; 
mem.  1st  football  team;  Lawyer;, mem.  Union, 
Down  Town,  South  Side  Sportmen's  Tuxedo, 
Westbrook  Golf,  Piping  Rock,  Columbia  Univ. 
and  Restigouche  and  Tobigue  Salmon  Clubs, 
Alumni  and  Law  School  Assns.  45  William 
and  56  W.  51st  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Oyster  Bay, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

•Robert  Henry  Wilkinson,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  72;  A.  M.,  75. 

Henry  Duncan  Wood* 
Henry  Edgar  Woodward, 

A.  B.,  72;  LL.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75;  Psi  Phi; 
Philolexian ;  hon,  mention  Greek  prize,  71; 
Retired  Lawyer.  84  Amherst  St.,  East  Orange, 
N.  J. 

1873 

Jose  Aymar,* 

A.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78.  d.  May  2, 
1914. 

Ira  Leo  Bamberger, 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  Bd.  Educ,  Bkln.  (309 
Bway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Emilio  Ysidoro  Del  Pino,*         ' 

LL.  B..  75;  A.  M.,  76.     d.  1898. 

William  Seton  Gordon, 

A.  B.,  73;  A.  B.,  Trinity  Coll.  (Toronto),  74; 
A.  M.,  86.  (402  Upper  Montclair  Ave.,  Upjter 
Montclair,  N-  J.)  ' 

Frederick  Remsen  Hutton, 

A.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  76;  E.  M.,  76;  C.  E.,  76; 
Ph.  D..  81:  Sc.  D.,  04;  Sc.  D.,  14.  Rutgers 
Coll.;  Psi  Upsilon;  Philolexian;  Alumni  prize, 
73t\  Latin  Salutatory  Oration,  7^',  Consulting 
Mechanical  Engineer;  professor  Mechanical 
Engineering,  Columbia  University^  School  of 
'  Mines,  77-07;  Dean  Faculty  Applied  Science, 
99-05;  Professor  Emeritus,  07  to  date;  secretary 
American  Society  Mechanical  Engineers,  83-06; 
president  do.  ,06-07  and  honorary  secretary,  07 
to  date;  Consulting  Mechanical  Engineer,  Dept^ 
Water  Supply,  N.  Y.  C,  11-13;  chairman  Tech- 
nical Committee  Automobile  Club  of  America, 
11  to  date;  secretary  Board  Trustees,  Collegiate 
School,  N.  Y.  C;  secretary  United  Engineering 
Society  and  Engineering  Foundation  Board; 
vice-president  Society  Automobile  Engineers; 
atithor,  various  books;  associate  editor  and  con- 
tributor Century  Dictionary  and  New  Inter- 
national Encyclopaedia;  member  Columbia  Uni- 
versity, Century,  Automobile  of  America  and 
Engineers'  Clubs,  257  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Albert  Jared  Loder  (1874), 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  77.  (36  Walnut, 
E.  Orange,  N.  J.) 

Percy  Hamilton  McMahon,* 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76.     d.  1911. 

Henry  Rutgers  Marshall, 

A.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  76;  L.  H.  D.  03,  Rutgers; 
Sc.  V).,  10,  Hobart;  Psi  Upsilon;  Architect; 
mem.  Century  Club.  3  W.  29th  and  7  W.  43d 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Casimir  de  R.  Moore, 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76;  Delta  Psi; 
Lawyer  (retired) ;  mem.  Union,  University,  Rac- 
quet and  Tennis,  South  Side  Sportsmen's  and 
Garden  City  Golf  Clubs;  St.  Nicholas  Soc.  109 
E.  38th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Beverley  Robinson, 

Wash.  Univ.  and  3837  W.  Pine  Blvd.,  St.  Louis, 
Mo. 

Louis  St.  Amant, 

A.  B.,  73;  A.   M..   76. 

Alexander  B.  Simonds, 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  Delta  Phi;  trustees'  Greek 
prize;  'Varsity  crew,  73;  football  team,  70-72-73- 
74;  Lawyer;  mem.  University  and  Columbia 
University  Clubs.  27  Cedar  St.  and  43  E.  27th 
St.,  N..Y.  C. 

Wybrants  Alonzo  Smith,* 

A.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  and  LL.  B.,  76.     d.  1908. 

Gilbert  McMaster  Speir,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76.     d.  1910. 

Silas  Moore  Stilwell,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M     76.     d.  1893. 

Lefferts  Strebeigh,* 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  1st  scholastic  honors;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Columbia  University.  University  and  Church 
Clubs,     d.  Feb.  9,  1916,  N.  Y.  C. 

David  Thomson,* 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76.     d.  1912. 

Daniel  Babbit  Vermilye, 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76.    Sag  Harbor, 

James  Montaudevert  Waterbury,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  73;  A.  M.,  76.     (69  South  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Bache  McEvers  Whitlock,* 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76.     d.  1905. 

George  Norman  Williamson,* 

A.  B.,  73;  LL.  B.,  76.     d.  1903. 

1874 

Spencer  Aldrich, 

A.  B.,  74:  LL.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  77;  Lawyer; 
trustee  of  St.  Luke's  Hosp.  for  Aged  Women; 
vestryman.  Calvary  Ch.:  senior  warden  St. 
Peters  Ch..,  Bayshore,  L.  I.:  mem.  Union 
League,  Columbia  University,  Church  and  Adi- 
rondack League  Clubs;  Chamber  of  Commerce; 
Wyankauch  Club  of  Smithtown,  L.  I.  29 
Broadway,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  Scott  Allerton,* 

A.  B.,  74:  LL.  B.,  77. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


133 


Herbert  Appleton, 

Underwriter;  mem.  Down  Town  Assn.,  Am. 
Geographical  Soc.     3  S.  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Louis  Henri  Ayme,*  (1884), 

Am.  Consul  Genl.,  Lisbon,  06-12.     d.   1912. 

Charles  R.  Buckley, 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  77;  E.  M.,  77;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Retired;  trustee  Bkln.  City  Disp. ;  dir.  Chris- 
topher &  10th  St.  Ry. ;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  and 
Hamilton  Cluh  of  Bkln.  29  Bway.  N.  Y.  C, 
and  112  MontaRue  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

George  Forrest  Butterworth, 

A.  B.,  74;  LL.  B..  76;  A.  M..  77;  Psi  Upsilon; 
two  scholarships  (Sophomore);  one  scholarship 
(junior);  Alumni  prize;  senior  Greek  oration; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  captain  'Varsity  nine;  Law- 
yer; director  Lawyers'  Title  &  Trust  Co.;  Board 
of  Governors  New  York  Skin  and  Cancer  Hos- 
pital; life  director  Norwalk  Hospital;  member 
Century  Assn. ;  University,  Columbia  University 
and  Pilgrims  Clubs;  Bar  Association;  Alumni 
Association  College  and  Law  Schools  Columbia. 
40  Wall  St.  and  57  E.  54th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Timothy  Matlock  Cheesman, 

A.  B.,  74;  M.  D:,  78;  Delta  Phi;  Physician; 
member  Union  and  University  Clubs.  Garrison 
on  Hudson,  N.  Y. 

Robert  C.  Cornell, 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  75;  LL.  B.,  76;  Delta  Psi 
'Varsity  crew,  73-74;  city  magistrate  since  95 
'  president;  Older  Graduates'  Society;  mem 
ber  Century,  University,  St.  Anthony  and  Co' 
lumbia  '  University  Clubs  and  Association  of 
the  Bar.  901  Lexington  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
Bayside,  L.  I.,  N.'  Y. 

Frank  Drisler,* 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  elsewhere,     d.   1905. 

Otis  W.  Field, 

A.  B.,'  74:  A.  M..  81;  Phi  Gamma  Delta; 
divided  2d  jun.  yr.  Greek  prize;  head  of 
class  soph.  yr. ;  work  along  inventive  lines; 
recorder  Bogota,  N.  J.;  treas.  Manhattan  Chess 
Club;  Carnegie  Hall,  N.  Y. ;  mem.  Manhattan 
Chess  Club.      49   Forest  Ave.,   Caldwell,   N.   J. 

John  Hone  Foster, 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  77.     (18  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Pierre  Pascal  Harrower,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  77.  (W.  New  Brighton, 
N.    Y.    C.) 

Selden  T.  Scranton  Henry, 

A.  B.,  74;  LL.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  77.  (283,  8th 
St.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.) 

Frederic  William  Hinrichs, 

A.  B.,  74;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  77;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Philolexian;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  pres. 
Young  Men's  Dem.  Club;  pres.  Natl.  Civic 
Club;  mem.  Reform  Club,  N.  Y.  State  and  Am. 
Bar  Assns.,  World's  Civic  League,  Alumni  Col. 
Law  Sch.,  Bkln.  Inst.  Arts  and  Sciences; 
Board  of  Educ.  Bkln.,  81-3.  52  Wall  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  111  Montague  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Jay  Humphreys,* 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  77.     d.  1883. 

William  Warner  Johnson, 

A.  B..  74;  A.  M.,  77;  retired.  61?  N.  Broad- 
way, Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

George  Kennedy, 

A  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  77;  D.  D.,  Geneva  Coll.,  04. 
(Beaver  Falls.  Pa.) 


George  C.  Kobbe. 


Syl 


A.  B.,  74;  LL.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  77;  Delta  Psi; 
Philolexian;  Valedictorian;  third  honor  class 
on  graduation;  class  poet;  Philolexian  prize 
in  oratory  and  debate:  football  team;  Lawyer; 
board  of  trustees  the  Sheltering  Arms;  do.  In- 
stitution for  the  Education  of  the  Blind;  coun- 
sel House  Aor  Incurables,  Roosevelt  _  Hos- 
pital; mem.  Union,  Downtown  Association, 
Columbia  University,  St.  Anthony's,  Ardsley 
Golf  and  Nassau '  Clubs.  44  Wall  and  127  E. 
55th    Sts..   N.    Y.    C. 

Alfred  Meyer, 

A.  B..  74;  M.  D.,  77;  Phi  Kappa  Psi;  Ath- 
letic Assn.;  Phys. ;  cons.  phys.  Montefiore 
Home;  do.  Sprain  Ridge  Hosp.  (Yonkers); 
attg.  Phys.  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp.;  prof.  Clinical 
Medicine,  University  and  Bellevue  Med.  Coll.; 
mem.  Barnard  and  Adirondack  League  Clubs; 
Alumni  P.  &  S.;  Columbia  Coll.  Alumni.  785 
Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Sumner  Rapallo, 

A.  B.,  74;  LL.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  77.  (66  Broad- 
way. N.  Y.  C.) 

vanus  Albert  Reed, 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  77;  E.  M.,  77;  Ph.  D.  80; 
Delta  Psi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  class  Historian; 
mile  race,  73;  Consult.  Eng.  (ret).;  mem. 
Soc.  of  the  Cincinnati  (R.  I.)  Univ.,  Union, 
St.  Anthony  and  Rumson  Country  Clubs,  Coun- 
try Club  of  Westchester.  University  Club 
and  37  E.  50th  St.,  N.  Y-  C. 

Benjamin  Aymar  Sands, 

A.  B.,  74;  LL.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  77;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Philolexian;  Delta  Psi-  i-.awyer;  trustee, 
1900;  receiver  Indianapolis,  Decatur  &  Spring- 
field Railroad,  86-92;  vice-president  Colorado 
Midland  Railroad,  99-01;  vice-president  Ameri- 
can Mortgage  Clompany  &  State  Investing  ' 
Company;  trustee  Greenwich  Savings  Bank; 
chairman  Board  of  Directors  North  British  & 
Mercantile  Insurance  Company  of  London  and 
Edinburgh;  director  and  member  Executive 
Committee  of_  the  Terminal  Warehouse  Com- 
pany; Lincoln  Trust  Company;  Fidelity  Bank 
and  Commonwealth  Insurance  Company;  di- 
rector and  member  of  the  Finance  committee 
of  the  North  British  and  Mercantile  Insurance 
Company  of  New  York;  director  and  member  of 
the  Auditing  committee  of  the  United  States 
Safe  Deposit  Company;  director  of  the  Estate 
of  Bradish  Johnson,  and  Mortgage  Bond  Com- 
pany; presidential  elector,  1904;  fellow  Metro- 
politan Museum  of  Art;  member  Bar  Association, 
Society  Colonial  Wars,  St.  Nicholas  Society, 
St.  Anthony  (New  York),  Church.  Meadow, 
University  (president,  10-13),  Union,  Colum- 
bia University,  Shinnecock  Hills  Glolf  and 
Southampton  Clubs  and  Downtown  Associa- 
tion.    46  Cedar  and  58  W.  48th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Townsend  Scudder,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  77  and  Trinity  Cdl.  78. 
(201  W.  85th  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

Frank  Dunlap  Shaw, 

A  B.,  74;  A.  M.,  78;  LL.  B.,  78;  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  Philolexian  Soc;  3d  honor  at  grad. ; 
sec.  of  class,  74-15;'  ed..Coltimbiad,  74; 
delegate  to  Boating  Convention,  73:  orator  at 
"Burial";  football  squad,  73;  v.-pres.  of  grad- 
uates' orgn.  D.  K.  E..  10-12,  and  pres.  do., 
12-15;  Lawyer;  mem.  N.  Y.  Yacht,  West- 
minster Kennel,  Larchmont  Yacht  and  Colum. 
bia  Univ.  Clubs.;  N.  Y.  Historical  Soc.  26 
Broadway  and  11  E.  45th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


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[1874-76 


Frank  Storrs, 

A  B.,  74;  LL.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  77.  (White 
Plains,  N.  Y.) 

Sutherland  Tenney, 

A.  B.,  74;  LL.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  76;  Delta  Psi; 
Philolexian;  graduated  3d  scholarship  in 
Physics,  Chemistry,  Mathematics,  History;  1st 
prize  Law  Sch.;  Lawyer  (ret.);  asst.  to  U.  S. 
Dist.  Atty.  S.  Dist.  N.  Y.;  Masonic  connec- 
tions.    3d  Ave.  and  E.  183d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas  De  Witt  Thompson,* 

A.   B.,    74;   A.    M.,   77.     d.    1893. 

1875 

William  James  Adams,* 

A.  B.  75;  A.>  M.  and  E.  M.,  78.     d.  1910. 

William  Babcock, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  78.  (Ill  Wil- 
liam St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Thomas  Cummings  Bach, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  78;  Montana 
Leg.,    92.       (Helena,    Mont.) 

Homer  Kirtland  Flanagan  Blake,* 

d.    1877. 

Harry  Innes  Bodley  [Jr.],  Rev., 

A.  B.,  75;  scholarship  in  English  and  Mathe- 
matics and  hon.  mention  Latin,  jun.  yr.;  Semi- 
nary Greek  Prize,  sen.  yr.;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Clerg.  (Epis.);  Rector  St.  Mark's  Church, 
formerly  private  sec.  Bishop  H.  C.  Potter;  dean 
Grace  Cathedral  (Topeka,  Kans.);  Arch-deacon, 
Hartford;  mem.  New  Britain,  New  Britain  Golf 
and  Saturday  Night  Lit.  Clubs;  Clerical  Club  of 
Conn.  21  Wash,  and  18  Lexington  Sts.,  New 
Britain,  Conn. 

John  Aaron  Browning, 

A.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  79  and  (Hon.)  07;  Phi  Kappa 
Psi;  Jun.  Greek  prize;  Teacher;  Headmaster 
Bj-owning  Sch.;  mem.  Century  Assn  and  City 
Club.  27-31  W.  55th  and  1  W.  72d  Sts.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

William  Edward  Conroy,* 

A.   B.,   75;  A.   M.   and  M.   D.,  80.     d.    1903. 

Henry  Churchill  De  MiUe,* 

A.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  79.     d.   1893. 

Howard  Gallup,* 

'  A.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  80..    d.   1903. 

Evan  Philip  George,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77. 

Alister  Greene, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77.  (65  E.  72d  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Randolph  Hurry, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77 j  A.  M.,  78;  Delta  Psi; 
Philolexian;  scholarship  in  Chemistry;  Law- 
yer; member  University,  St.  Anthony,  Racquet 
and  Tennis^  New  York  Yacht  and  Garden 
City  Golf  C;iubs;  Association  of  the  Bar  of 
City  of  New  York.     80  Maiden  Lane,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Duncan  McKim, 

A.  B.,  75;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  78;  Ph.  D. 
Leipsic,  95;  Delta  Phi;  Retired;  mem.  Union 
(N.  Y.),  Cosmos,  Metropolitan,  Univ.  and 
Chevy  Chase  (Wash.)  Clubs..  1701,  18th  St., 
N.  W.,  Washington,  D.  C. 


Thomas  Samuel  Ormiston, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  78;  Delta 
Kappa  Epsilon;  Philolexian;  two  scholarships 
and  German  prize  soph.  yr. ;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
trustee  and  treas.  N.  Y.  Law  School;  mem. 
Assn.  Bar  N.  Y.  City.  42  W.  44th  St.,  N.  Y. 
C,  and   Bernardsville,  N.   J. 

Edward  Delavan  Perry, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  D.,  04;  Ph.  D.,  79,  University 
of  Tiibingen;  Greek  prize  (3),  74;  fellowship 
in  Letters,  75-78;  Jay  professor  Greek,  Colum- 
bia University;  dean,  Faculty  of  Philosophy, 
02-09;  secretary  American  Oriental  Society, 
94-95 ;  president  New  York  Society  Archaeolo- 
gical Institute  of  America,  97-00  and  03-10; 
member  Century,  Columbia  Faculty  and  Scars- 
dale  C^ountry  Clubs,  Alumni  of  Columbia  Col- 
lege and  American  Philological  Association, 
Archaelogical  Institute,  American  Oriental  So- 
ciety and  Society  for  Promotion  of  Hellenic 
Studies  (London,  England).  Columbia  Uni- 
versity and  542  W.   114th   St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Willard  Price,* 

A.   B.,    75;    LL.   B.,   77;   A.   M.,   79.     d.    May 

9,    1915. 

John  Henry  Purdy, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  78.  (1701,  19th  St.,  N.  W., 
Washington,    D.     C.) 

Samuel  Cady  Root* 

d.    1906. 

George  Sherman, 

A.  B.,  75;  A.  M.,  78;  Psi  Upsilon;  mem.  Univ., 
N.  Y.  Athletic  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs  and 
Century  Assn.     8  W.  55th  St.,  N.  Y.  u. 

Edward  Eyman  Short,* 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79.     d.  1903. 

Chalmers  Wood, 

A.  B.,  75;  LL.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  78;  Delta  Phi; 
Goodwood  Cup;  Lawyer;  mem.  Union  Club. 
52  William  St.  and   723   Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

1876 

Harold  Arrowsmith,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  80;  B.  D.  (230,  73d  St., 
Brooklyn.) 

Richard  Theodore  Bang, 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  79;  Phi  Kappa  Psi; 
Phys.  and  Surg. ;  res.  phys  and  surg.  St.  Luke's 
Hosp.,  1879-81;  asst.  attg.  phys.  N.  Y.  Hosp., 
1881-88;  atty.  phys.  Good  Samaritan  Disp.,  1888- 
97;  U.  S.  Exam.  Surg.  Pension  and  War  Depts., 
1893  to  date;  surg.  D.  L.  and  W.  R.  R.  1902  to 
date;  Surg.  N.  Y.  Railways  and  Interborough 
Rapid  Trans.  Go's.  1904  to  date;  mem.  A.  M. 
A.,  Am.  Acad.  Med.,  N.  Y.  Acad,  of  Med., 
N.  Y.  State  and  Co.  Med.  Socs.,  N.  Y.  Pathol. 
Soc.  N.  Y.  and  N.  E.  Assn.  of  Railway  Surgs.; 
N.  Y.  Phys.  Mut.  Aid  Assn.,  Medical-Surg.  Soc. 
Alumni  Assns  of  Columbia  Coll.  P.  and  S., 
St.  Luke's  Hosp.  and  Phi  Kappa  Psi  Frat.  139 
W.  11th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Whitney  Bates,* 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79.     d.  1901. 


David  Caiman,* 


A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  80;  Ph.  D.  Heidelberg,  78. 
d.   1906. 

Herman  Drisler,  , 

A.    B.,    76;    LL.    B.,    78;    A.    M.,    79.     (23   E. 
41st    St..    N.    Y.    C.) 


1876] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


135 


Philip  H.  Dugro, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79;  Phi  Kappa 
Psi;  Lawyer;  Judge.  County  Court  House  and 
Hotel  Savoy,  N.  Y.  C. 

Richard  T.  Ely, 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  79;  LL.  D.,  92,  Hobart  Coll.;- 
Phi  Beta. Kappa;  fellow  in  Letters;  mem.  In' 
ternational  Statia.  Inst.;  prof,  of  Political 
.Economy,  Univ.  of  Wis.;  sometime  mem. 
Baltimore  Tax  Commis.,  and  mem.  Md.  Tax- 
Commis.,  City  Club  of  Chicago,  University, 
Madison  and  Maple  Bluff  Golf  Clubs,  Madison,- 
Wis.;  Cosmos  Club,  Washington,  D.  C.  205 
Prospect  Ave.',  Madison,  Wis. 

Aymar  Embury, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79.  (Demarest, 
N.   J.) 

Jasper  Tillerous  Goodwin,* 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A  M.,  79.  d.  Jan.  10, 
1913. 

Caspar  Griswold,* 

A.  M.,  80;  M.  D.,  Bell.  Hosp.  Med.  Coll., 
79;  Royal  Coll.  Phys.  and  Surg.  London, 
Eng.,  83.  ,  d.  Mar.  4,  1886. 

J[ohn]  E[dmund]  Hindon  Hyde, 

A.   B.,  76;   LL.   B.,   78;   A.   M.,   79.     d.    1912. 

Louis  A.  Ivey, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  Mfr.  of  Rope  and 
Cordage;  dir.  Bank  of  Montclair;  mem.  Col. 
Univ.  and  Republican  Clubs  (N.  Y.  C.)  and 
Montclair,  Montclair  Athl.  and  Montclair  Golf 
Clubs.  46  South  St.,  N.  ■*■.  C,  and  36  N. 
Mountain  Ave..  Montclair,  N.  J. 

Wilmot  Johnson,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79.  d.  Dec. 
18,  1906. 

Townsend  Jones, 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M,  79;  LL.  B.,  82;  Phi  ^Ka^pa 
Psi;  Lawyer;  mem.  Seawanhaka  Corinthian 
Yacht,  Down  Town,  Columbia  Univ.  Bnd 
Huntington  Country  Clubs  and  St.  Nicholas 
Soc.     49  Wall  and  140  W.  74th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  C.  Kent, 

A.  B.,  76;  Delta  Phi;  Lawyer;  mem.  University 
and  Tuxedo  Clubs.  156  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  Tuxedo  Park,  N.  Y. 

Robert  Armstrong  Livingston,* 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79  ;N.  Y.  Assemb. 
81-85.     d.  1913. 

Theodore  Frelinghuysen  Lozier, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79;  2d  Class 
Honor  man;  Lawyer;  mem.  Gol.  Univ.;  Holland 
Soc.     620  W.  115th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Benjamin  Franklin  Mayer,* 

Ph.  D.  Heidelberg,     d.  Sept.  5,  86. 

Cornelius  Wortendyke  Morrow, 

A.  B.,  76;  79,  Union  T.  S.;  D.  D.  10,  Oskaloosa 
Coll.,  la.;  Dean  and  Prof.  Philosophy  Fisk  Univ. 
Nashville,  Tenn.  1030,  17th  Ave.  N.  Nashville, 
Tenn. 


Fred[erick]  Oakes, 


A.  B.,  76;  M.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.  80.     (30  Broad 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


Washington  Edward  Page, 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  79;  LL.  B.,  79;  Phi  Kappa 
Psi;  Valedictorian;  Pres.  Class  (2).;  Lawyer; 
Recorder,  Town  of  Nutley.  185  Market  St., 
Newark  and  661  Franklin  Ave.,  Nutley,  N.  J. 

Edward  Pratt,  Rev., 

Grad.  Union  Theol.  Sem.  79. 

Louis  Christian  Raegener, 

A.  B„  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79;  Phi  Kappa 
Psi;  Lawyer;  mem.  Bar.  Assn.  and  Automobile 
and  Rumson  Country  Clubs.  141  B'way.  ^nd  30 
W.  74th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Egbert  Guernsey  Rankin, 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  79;  M.  D.,  79;  N.  Y.  U.;  Psi 
Upsilon;  Phys.  Heart  and  Lungs;  Prof..  Prac- 
tice, N.  Y.  H.  Med.  Coll.  and  Flower  Hosp.; 
Visiting  Phys.  Met.  Hosp.;  Dept  Pub,  Charities; 
Cons.  Phys,  N.  Y.  S.  Hosp.,  Crippled  and  De-, 
formed  Children;  do.  Flower  Hosp.;  mem.  Nat. 
State  and  County  Homeop.  Med.  Socs.;  Tuber- 
culosis Prevention  Com.  175  W.  58th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Latham  Gallup  Reed, 

LL.  B.,  80,  Cambridge  Univ.;  A.  B.,  80—; 
Delta  Psi;  Glee  Club;  Cambridge  Law  Tripos; 
on  crew  winning  "Ladies'  Plate"  at  Henley,  80; 

■  Lawyer;  mem.  N.  G.  N.  Y.  Capt.  Squad  A, 
Univ.  Club.  46  Cedar  and  151  E.  56th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

James  A.  Renwick, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  79;  Lawyer;  mem.  Union, 

■  Univ.  and  Engineers'  Clubs.  52  William  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and,  19  Bowne  Ave.,  Flushing,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Nathaniel  Pendleton  Schenck,* 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  79.     d.  July  10,  1898. 

Eugene  Seligman, 

A.  B.,  76;-A.  M.,  79;  LL.  B.,  82.'  Plaza  Hotel, 
N.  Y.  C. 

George  W.  Seligman, 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  79;  LL.  B.,  82;  Phi  Kappa 
Psi;  Philolexian;  'Varsity  Baseball;  Lawyer; 
mem.  City,  Lotos  and  Lawyers'  Clubs, .  Bar 
Assn.  3  South  William  and  23  W.  95th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Isaac  N.  Seligman, 

A.  B.,  76;  Phi  Kappa  Psi;  Rowing  and  Debat- 
ing' Clubs;  Graduated  Third  Honor  Class; 
member  (substitute)  winning  Rowing  Crew,  74 
(Saratoga);  Banker;  firm  J.  and  W.  Seligman 
&  Co.;  Director  U.  S.  Savings  Bank;  Munich 
Life  Insurance  Co. ;  Rossin  Reinsurance  Co. ; 
Trustee  Lincoln  Trust  Co.;  Vice- Pres.  United 
Hebrew  Charities;  do.  Legal  Aid  Society;  Trus- 
tee and  "Treasurer  St.  John's  Guild:  Trustee  of 
General  Grant  Tomb  Commission;  do.  McKinley 
Memorial  Association;  President  Andrew  H. 
Green  Memorial  Commission;  Chairman  of 
Ex.  Commission  of  National  Child  Labor; 
Chairman  Committee  on  Taxation  of  N.  Y. 
Chamber' of  Commerce  and  member  Executive 
Committee;  Treasurer  and  member  Ex.  Com- 
mittee; Hudson-Fulton  Celebration  Com- 
mission j  Treasurer  of  Institute  of  Musical  Art; 
Trustee  N.  Y.  Forest  Preserve '  Commission; 
member  St.  Andrews,  Lotos,  Columbia  Univ., 
National  Arts,  Midday,  Lawyers',  Republican, 
Garden  City  Golf  and  Sea  Bright  Golf  Clubs, 
1  William  and  36  W.  54th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


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COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1876-77 


Du  Bois  Smith, 

A.  B.,  76;  Psi  Upsilon;  Real  Estate.  30  E. 
42d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Smithtown,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Irvin  Auchincloss  Sprague, 

A.  B.,  76;  Delta  Psi;  Latin  P,rize  (2),  (3); 
Graduation  3d  Honor  Class;  'Varsity  Crew, 
75-76;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Coffee  Broker;  mem. 
St.  Anthony  Society  and  Huntington  Country 
Club.  109  Front  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Huntington, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

William  Cleveland  Thayer, 

A.  B.,  76;  A.  M.,  84,  Williams  Coll.;  L.  H.  D., 
90,  Hobart  Coll.;  Prof.  Eng.  Lang,  and  Lit., 
Lehigh  Univ.,  Bethlehem,  Pa.  from  95  tp  date; 
Prof.  Math.  Hobart  Coll.  (Geneva,  N.  Y.),  82; 
Prof.  Mod.  Langs.,  Pa.  State  Coll.  (Centre 
Co.,  Pa.),  92;  mem.  Am.  Orient  Soc,  Orient 
Club   (Phila.).     59  Market  St.,  Bethlehem,  Pa. 

Montgomery  H.  Throop, 

A.  B.,  76;  Entertainment  Mgr.  102  W.  42d  St., 
N.  Y.  C,  and  UO  Fort  Greene  Place,  Bkln., 
N.  Y. 

Robert  Townsend, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79;  Delta  Psi; 
Lawyer;  Aide-de-Camp  with  rank  of  Colonel 
on  Grover  Cleveland's  staff;  Dist.  Atty.  1891- 
1906;  pres.  Bd.  of  Educ.  Oyster  Bay,  1888-91. 
35  Nassau  and  204  W.  94th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Edward  Verplanck, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78.  (Fishkill-on-Hudson, 
N,  Y.) 

William     [Francis    Augustus]    von 
Sachs, 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79.  (1  Tegetthof- 
strasse,    3,    Vienna,    Austria.) 

L,eighton  Williams,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  76;  LL.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  79;  D.  D.  05 
N.  Y.  U.;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Scholarship  in 
Physics,  76;  Clergyman,  Pastor  Amity  Baptist 
Churchi  Secretary  and  Treasurer  State  Reserva- 
tion at  Niagara,  85-87;  Secretary  Baptist  Con- 
gress, 88-90;  Chairman  Executive  Commission, 
Brotherhood  of  the  Kinffdom,  00.  75  Perry  St., 
N.  Y.  C. ;  Plas  Llecheiddior,  Marlborough-on- 
Hudson,  N.  Y. 

1877 

Fredericlr  Stilwell  Ackerman,* 

d.   1907. 

Francis  Sedgwick  Bangs, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.  B.,  80;  Trustee  Col.  Univ.,  00; 
Psi  Upsilon;  Lawyer.    44  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Bathgate,* 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80.    d.  1893. 

Theodore  Vernon  Boynton,* 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  80.    d.  1911. 

Ogden  B  rower, 

Psi  Upsilon;  Mach'y  Agt.;  mem.  Hamilton  Club, 
Chicago,  111.  261  B'way.  N.  Y.  C.  and  Mont- 
clair,  N.  J. 

Herbert  P.  Brown, 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  80;  Phi  Upsilon;  Broker.  52 
Broadway  and  117  E.  21st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Marlborough  Churchill,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80. 

Charles  Augustus  Clark, 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80.  (46  Cedar 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Thomas  Stafford  Drowne,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79. 

Channing  Ellery 
Lawrence  Bunting  Fletcher, 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  80;  Ph.  D.,  81,  (Johns  Hop- 
Icins);  2d  jun.  Greek  prize;  Fellowship  Science, 
77-80;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Journalist;  Fellowship 
Johns  Hopkins,  81;  Tutor  Physics  Univ.  Pa., 
81-2;  Instr.  Physics  Wesley,  82-3.  134  W.  122d 
St.,  N.  Y.  C, 

Clarence  Wadsworth  Francis, 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80;  Deputy  Atty.- 
Genl.  State  of  N.  Y.,  93-02.  (27  William  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Harper, 

Delta  Phi;  mem.  Century  Assn.  New  Windsor 
Apts.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  P.  O..  Newburgh.  N.  Y. 

Wesley  Harper, 

A.  B.,  77;  Delta  Phi;  Retired  Publisher;  mem. 
University  Club,  N.  Y.,  and  Soc.  Older  Grad- 
uates Col.  Univ.    University  Club,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Ramon  Martinez  Hernz,* 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80. 

Stephen  Y.  Howell, 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  80;  M.  D.,  80;  M.  D.,  82, 
Philadelphia;  M.  R.  C.  S.,  92,  England;, Phy- 
sician and  Surgeon;  Ex-Professor  Pathology, 
Medical  Department,  University  Buffalo; 
Former  Surgeon  Sister's  Hospital.  501  Dela- 
ware Ave.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

William  Henry  Hyde,  Jr., 

(66  E.  91st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Leroy  King,* 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80.    d.  1893. 

Gustav  Kobbe, 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80.  (New  York 
Herald.) 

Isidore  Korn, 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80.  31  Nassau 
St..  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Murray  Mitchell,* 

A.  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  80;  mem.  Cong., 
95-9.     d.  1905. 

Hopper  Striker  Mott, 

Psi  Upsilon;  Mgr.  of  family  estate;  treas. 
Bloomingdale  Ref.  Ch.;  trust,  and  treas.  N.  Y. 
Genealogical  and  Biographical  Socs.;  ed.  N.  "■ 
G.  and  B.  Record;  hist,  of  "Ye  Olde  Settlers 
of  Ye  West  Side";  author  "The  New  York  of 
Yesterday — Bloomingdale";  asst  ed.  "Histori- 
cal Guide  of  the  City  of  New  York";  mem 
Met.,  Union  League,  City  History  and  Psi  Up- 
silon Clubs,  Holland  Soc,  Masonic  connections. 
778.  11th  Ave.,  and  228  W.  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Philip  Glendower  Peabody, 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  80;  M.,D.  else- 
where.    (15  Court  Sq.,  Boston,  Mass.) 


1877-78] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


137 


John  B.  Pine, 

A.  B.,  77;  L.  H.  D.,  15,  Princeton  University; 
Psi  Upsilon;  Lawyer;  Vice-President  St.  Luke's 
Hospital;  Trustee  American  Acadamy,  Rome; 
Trustee  Columbia  University  since  1890  and 
clerk  of  Board;  member  University,  Century, 
Columbia  Univ.  and  Nassau  Clubs  and  Down 
Town  Association,  63  Wall  St.,  and  24  Gram- 
ercy  Park,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Van  Vorst  Powers, 

A.,  B.,  77;  LL.  B.,  79.  (219  W.  45th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 


John  M.'  Shedd, 

A.  B.,  77;  Lawyer;  mem.  Univ.  and  Ardsley 
Clubs;  Bar  Assn.  43  Cedar  and  148  E.  38th 
Sts..  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Tomes,* 

d.  1883. 

Wisner  Robinson  Townsend, 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  80;  Harsen  prize; 
Surg.  OrthoT^edic;  assoc.  surg.  Hosp.  Ruptured 
and  Crippled;  consult,  orthop.  surg.  French 
Hosp.;  Mhtn.  Maternity  and  Disp.;  S.  R.  Smith 
Hosp.  S.  I.;  Bayonne  Hosp.;  United  Hosp.  of 
Port  Chester;  mem.  Univ.  Club,  A.  M.  A. 
Acad,  of  Med.,  N.  Y.  State,  Co.  Clinical  and 
Medico  Surg.  Socs.  and  Alumni  Bell.  Hosp. 
125  W.  58th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Montague  Ward, 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  80.  (58  W.  47th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

Frederic  Delano  Weekes, . 

A.  B.,  77;  A.  M.,  80.     (Oyster  Bay,  N.  Y.) 

1878 

Samuel  Francis  Adams, 

A.  B.,   78;  LL.   B.,   80;   Psi  Upsilon;   retired; 

v.-pres.  Rutgers  Realty  Co.;  treas.  S.  F.  Adams 

Realty  Co. ;  mem.  Lotos  and  Newport  Athletic 

,      Clubs.     1416,  21st  St.  N.  W.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Charles  Slover  Allen,* 

A.  M.,  78;  M.  D.  Bell.  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.,  81. 
d.  1893. 

William  Porter  Allen, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.  B.,  80;  Psi  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  math,  scholarship  and  first  honors  class 
78;  Lawyer;  mem.  American  Yacht  and  Apa- 
wamis  Clubs;  Bar  Assn.  City  N.  Y..  10  Wall 
St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Rye,  N.  Y. 

William  James  Gilbert  Beams,* 

A.  B..  78;  LL.  B.,  80.     d.  1895. 

Edward  Mead  Bliven, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.  B.,  80.  (140  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Warren  Bliven, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.  B.,  80.  (140  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  Lawrence  Bogert, 

A.  B.,  78;  Psi  Upsilon;  pres.  Glee  Club;  scholar- 
ship Logic  and  Eng.  Lit.,  77;  2d  German  prize; 
3d  honor  on  grad.;  Athletic  prizes  jumping  and 
pole  vaulting;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  ptes. 
Queens  Co.  Bar  Assn.;  an  organizer  Lawyers' 
Title  Ins,.  Co.;  exam,  counsel,  do.;  mem.  ».,olum- 


bia  Alumni,  N.  Y.  State  Bar,  Am.  Bar  and  N. 
Y.  Co.  Lawyers'  Assns.;  Assn.  Bar  Citv  of 
N.  Y.,  St.  Nicholas,  Holland  and  N.  Y.  His- 
torical Socs.;  Psi  Upsilon  and  Oakland  Golf 
Club.  99  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  72  Law- 
rence St.,  Flushing,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

John  Lawrence  Bogert, 

A.  B.,  78;  Consulting  Engineer;  consulting 
engineer  New  York  Engine  Company  and 
American  Krupp  S-D  Engineering  Company; 
member  New  York  Oratorio  Society.  Room 
1616,  165  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  203  Greene 
Ave.,  Brookyln,  N.  Y. 

J.  Arthur  Booth, 

A.  B.,  78;  M.  D.,  82;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Phys. ;  Cons.  Neurologist  to  Manhattan  Eye 
and  Ear,  French,  Englewood  and  Perth  Amboy 
Hosps. ;  Author;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club 
and  Academy  of  Medicine.  129  W.  77th  St., 
N.    Y.    C. 

Charles  De  Hart  Brower, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  80;  Psi  Upsilon;  Peitholo- 
gian;  capt.  football  team  77  \  Lawyer.  141 
Bway   and  314  W.   91st  St.,   N.  Y.   C. 

Charles  Elder  Caldwell,* 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  80.    d.  1880. 

Louis  Montgomery  Cheesman,* 

Ph.D.  Wurzburg  81.    d.  1885. 

Charles  Hopper  Crowe, 

A.  B.,  78;  Insurance;  Pres.  Bd.  of  Education. 
3  Wash,  and  193  E.  Brown  Sts.,  E.  Strouds- 
burg.  Pa. 

Joseph  Franklin  Crowell,* 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.  B.,  80. 

Benjamin  Farquhar  Curtis, 

A.  B.,  78;  M.D.  81;  Psi  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Feithologian  Scholarship  in  Greek  and 
Latin  76;  First  German  Prize  Physician;  Re- 
tired 09;  attending  surg.  St.  Luke's  Hosp.,  ZZ- 
08;  chief  of  clinic  Vanderbilt  Clinic,  90;  prof. 
Clinical  Surg.  Woman's  Med.  Coll.,  92-98;  mem. 
N.  Y.  Yacht  and  N.  Y.  Athl.  Clubs,  N.  Y. 
Surg.  Soc.  and  Century  and  Am.  Surg.  Assns. 
Scarborough,  N.  Y. 

Holbrook  Cushman,* 

d.    1893. 

T.  Monroe  Davis, 

A.  B.,  78;  Psi  Upsilon;  Real  Estate;  trustee 
Good  Samaritan  Dispensary ;  mem.  Universitj 
and  Union  League  Clubs.  127  E.  34th  St.  and 
424  W.  144th  St.,  N.Y.'C. 

William  Henry  De  Forest,  Jr.,* 

d.  1907. 

Henry  Elsworth  Gregory, 

A.B.,  78;  LL.  B.,  80;  A.  M.,  83;  Philolexian 
Soc;  Barnard  lit.  Assn.;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
mem.  of  the  Bar;  treas.  and  sec.  Commissioners 
of  State  Reservation,  Niagara;  88-99;  dir.  N.  Y. 
Juvenile  Asylum;  trustee  Am.  Scenic  and 
Historic  Preservation  Soc;  trustee  N.  Y.  Soc. 
Library;  mem.  University  and  Century  Clulis. 
27  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Irvington,  West- 
chester  Co.,    N.   Y. 

Francis  Reynolds  Hitchcock, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  80.    (8  E.  29th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


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[1878-79 


Charles  Frederick  Hoffman, 

A.  B.,  78;  Delta  Psi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  class 
crews;  graduate  honor  man;  Real  Estate  and 
Banking;  trustee  Columbia  University;  United 
'  States  Trust  Company  and  Greenwich  Savings 
Bank ;  director  Commonwealth  Insurance  Com- 
pany and  Colonial  Assurance  Company ;  trustee 
and  treasurer  CathedraPof  St.  John  the  Divine; 
vice-president  St.  Luke's  Home;  trustee  New 
York  Protestant  Episcopal  Public  School;  mem- 
ber Union  Club,  (governor  and  treasurer); 
Metropolitan,  St.  Anthony  and  Tuxedo  clubs; 
Newport  Reading  Room  (governor),  St.  Nich- 
olas and  Holland  Societies.  258  Broadway 
and  620,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

[George]  Frederick  William  HoUs,* 

A.  B^  78;  LL.B.,  80;  D.C.L.  Leipsic.  98;  Sec. 
Am.  Comm.  to  Peace  Conference  at  The  Hague, 
99.    d.  1903. 

Charles  Frederick  Holly,  Jr.* 
Edward  Washburn  Hopkins, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.D.,  02;  Ph.D.,  Leipsic,  81;  Prof., 
Yale.    (299  Lawrence,  New  Haven,  Conn.) 

Charles  Frederick  Hurlburt, 

A.    B.,    78;    LL.    B.,    80;    Barnard  Lit    See; 

Delta    Kappa    Epsilon;    Glee    Club;  1st    Greek 

Prize,  Soph,  and  Jun.  yrs. ;  Retired.  Ill  Han- 
cock St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

William  Kent,* 

d.  1910. 

Ralph  Wood  Kenyon,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  78;  A.  M.,  81;  S.T.B.  Epis.  Theol.  Sch.  . 
Camb.,  Mass.,  81;  LL.B.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  and  D.D. 
St.  Johns   Coll.,  99.     1241   Dean  St..  Bkln,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Joseph  Mattison  Knapp,* 

d.  1895. 

Samuel  Ferris  Lewis,*' 

,A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  81.    d.   1882. 

Edward  Allen  L,ow,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  80.    d.  1880. 

Cornwall  Kensington  Peyton,* 

d.    1882. 

James  W.  Pryor, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  81;  Lawyer.  Law  Reporting 
Co.,  74  Bway,  N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas     Jackson     Oakley     Rhine- 
lander, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  80.  (27  William  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

William  Hamilton  Russell,* 

d.  1907. 

Edward  Paul  Schell,* 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.B.,  80.    d.   1901. 

Jefferson  Seligman, 

A.  B.,  78;  Banker;  J.  W.  Seligman  &  Co.;  mem. 
Republican,  Lotos  and  Harmonic  Clubs,  1  Wil- 
liam and  14  E.  60th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Egbert  Carll  Simonson, 

(146  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.)' 

Joseph  Wilcox  Spalding, 

A.  B.,  78j  Bank  Cashier.  North  Ave.  Bank  and 
18  Woodland  Ave.,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y.) 


Gilbert  Rumsey  Underbill, 

A.  B.,  78;  Clergyman.  525  Royden  St.,  Cam- 
den, N.  J. 

William  Waller, 

A.  B.,  78;  Delta  Psi;  Philolexian;  treas. 
intercoll.  Athl.  Assn.,  78-79;  ran  100  yds.  at 
col.  games  Nov.  4,  76---Time  10^  sec;  sec.  Bd. 
Governors  Epis.  Eye,  Ear  and  Throat  Hosp.; 
asst.  treas.  and  governor  Unity  Club.  2034  O 
St..  N.  W.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Henry  Ross  Campbell  Watson, 

(99  Franklin  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Mornay  Williams, 

A.  B.,  78;  LL.  B.,  8.1;  A.  .M.,  81;  Philolexian 
and  Barnard  Lit. ;  alumni  prize  for  most  faithful 
student  on  grad.;  junior  year  Latin  Sch.;  Law- 
yer; mem.  Palisades  Interstate  Park  for  New 
Jersey;  chrmn.  Assn.  N.  V.  Child  Labor  Coin.; 
Qx-pres,  St.  David's  Soc;  ex-pres.  Quill  Club; 
mem.  Quill  and  Reform  Clubs.  27  Cedar  St., 
N.  Y.  C,  and  Lydecker  St.,  Englewood,  N.  J. 

Alexander  Woods  [Jr.], 

(29  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

1879 

Frederic  S.  Barnum, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  82;  Phi  BeU 
Kappa;  Lawyer;  District  Attorney  Putnam 
County,  1884;  President  White  Plains,  1909; 
director  Central  Bank,  Westchester  County; 
trustee '  and  attorney  Putnam  County  Savings 
Bank;  member  New  York  State  and  Westchester 
County  Bar  Association.  5  Court  St.  and  20 
S.  Broadway,  White  Plains,  N.  Y. 

Thomas  John  Brereton, 

A.  B.,  79;  C.  E.,  83.      (124,  5th  Ave.,  Chambers- 
,     burg.  Pa.) 

Frederick  William  Browning,* 

d.  1880. 

C[harles]  George  Bull,* 

A.  B.,  79;  M.  D.  Bell.  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.,  81,  d. 
June  20.  1913. 

Augustus  Imbrie  Burton,* 

M.  D.  Bell.  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.,  87.    d.  1893. 

Charles  Ezra  Cornell, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.  Albany  Law  Sch.,  80;  trustee 
Cornell  Univ.  and  Cornell  Library.  Cornell 
Univ.  and  Highland  Ave.,  Ithaca,  N.  Y. 

William  Ernest  Daw,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  79;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Clergyman; 
rector  Grace  Church,  Crosswicks,  N.  J.j  Christ 
Church,  Towanda,  Pa.;  Trinity  Church,  Athens, 
Pa.;  St.  Peter's  Church,  Spottswood,  N.  J.; 
chaplain  Bradford  County  (Pa.)  Society,  N.  Y. 
C.     Spottswood,  N.  J. 

Charles  Eldredge,* 

d.  1906. 

Worthington  Chaunc6y  Ford, 

A.  M.  (Hon),  07,  Harvard;  Psi  Upsilon;  Ed. 
Mass.  Historical  Soc;  Chief  Bureau  of  Statis- 
tics, U.  S.  Dept.  of  State  and  Treasury  Dept.; 
chief  Div.  of  Manuscripts,  Library  of  Con- 
gress; mem.  Century  Assn.  and  Grolier  Club, 
N.  Y.,  Union  and  Harvard  Clubs,  Boston.  1154 
Boylston  St.,  Boston  and  9  Buckingham  St., 
Cambridge,  Mass. 


1879] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


139 


Theodore  Bogert  Foster, 

A.  E.,  79;  S.  T.  B.,  82,  General  Theological 
Seminary;  Peithologian  Literary  Society;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  "The  Society's  Greek  Prize,"  79; 
professor  of  Dogmatic  Theology,  Western  Theo- 
logical Seminary  (Chicago) ;  member  House 
-lerical  and  Lay  DeputieSj  General  Convention 
Protestant  Episcopal  Church,  98,  01,  04;  ex- 
amining chaplain  to  the  Bishop  of  Chicago,  07; 
13;  member  University  Club  (Chicago).  2720 
and  2726  Washington  Boulevard,  Chicago,  111. 

William  Elford  Gould, 

A.  B.,  79;  Ph.  D.,  03,  Johns  Hopkins  (dept. 
Romance  Language) ;  honorable  mention  junior 
yr.  Greek;  won  mile  walk,  8  min.  32  &ec,  soph, 
or  jun.  yr. ;  appointed  to  take  charge  (as  treas 
agt.)  Island  Santo  Domingo  by  \Vm.  H.  Taft 
(Sec.  War),  05;  appointed  private  sec.  to  Gov. 
Hunt,  Porto  Rico,  03.  113  E.  17th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

William  Hallock,* 

Ph.  D.  Wurzburg,  81;  Phar.  D.  (Hon.)  Natl. 
Coll.  Phar.  (D.  C),  92.    d.  1913. 

George  Brooks  Halsey, 

A.  B,  79;  A.  M.,  84. 

David  Morgan  Hildreth,  Jr.,* 

d.  1879. 

Henry  Graham  Hilton* 
Abraham  Illch,* 

d.  1884. 

Emil  Joseph, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.,  81;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer. 
1007  Society  for  Savings  Bldg.  and  1689  E. 
115th  St.,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Melville  Albert  Kellogg,* 
d.  1891.  ^^' 

Herbert  Alan  Kingsbury,* 

d.  1891. 

Harry  Olmstead  Eacey,  Rev.,* 

d.  1889. 

Charles  H.  lyott, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.,  81;  Lawyer.  206  Broadway, 
N.  Y.   C,  and  8801    Bay  ParKway,  Brooklyn, 

James  A.  Eynch, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.,  81;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer; 
mem.  Columbia  University  and  N.  Y.  Athletic 
Clubs.  51  Chambers  and  333  W.  78th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Edward  Moldenke, 

A.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  83;  Ph.  D.,  86,  Univ.  Stras- 
burg,  Germany;  Egyptologist.    Watchung,  N.  J. 

John  Henshaw  Mulcahey, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.,  81;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  Manager.  1  Madison  Ave.  and  55 
Gordon  St.,  Perth  Amboy,  N.  J. 

Edward  Arthur  Northall,* 

A.  M.,  91.     d.  1904. 

S[olomon]  Jay  Ohart, 

(Depew,  N.  Y.) 


[Samuel]  Duffield  Osborne, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  82;  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  hon.  mention  fresh- 
man history;  3d  honor  class  grad. ;  class  treas., 
75-6  and  mem.  several  com.;  Lawyer;  Author; 
asst.  sec.  and  acting  sec.  Bklyn.  Dept.  Public 
Works,  93-4;  mem.  Columbia  University  and 
Authors'  Clubs.  Tower  Madison  Square  Gar- 
den, E.  26th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Barclay  Parsons, 

A.  B.,  79;  C.  E.,  82;  LL.  D.,  09,  St.  John's 
Coll.;  Delta  Psii  ca^t,  intercoll.  tug-of-war; 
stroke  crew  7&',  Civil  Engineer;  chief  eiTgr. 
Rapid  Transit  Comm. ;  mem,  Panama  Canal 
Comm.  and  Bd.  Advisory  Engineers;  former 
Chief  of  Engineers  (Brig.  Genl.),  N.  G.  S.  N.  Y.; 
mem.  University,  Century,  Columbia,  Church, 
St.  Anthony  and  Metropolitan  (Wash.)  Clubs. 
60  Wall  and  35  E.  50th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Dalton  Pettit 
Sylvanus  B.  Pond, 

A.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  85;  graduated  from  Genl. 
Theological  Sem.,  N.  Y.  C,  83,  at  head  of 
class,  taking  McVickar  Greek  prize;  awarded 
degree  S.  T.  B.  in  86;  Phi'  Gamma  Delta; 
exarar.  U.  S.  Internal  Revenue  Bureau,  Treas. 
Dept.;  mem.  Soc.  for  Classical  Research.  U.  S. 
Treasury  and  The  Portsmouth,  Washington, 
D.  C. 

Edward  Johnson  Runk,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  82. 

Ferdinand  Sands,* 

A.  B.,  79;  Ph.  B.,  82. 

Alfred  P.  W.  Seaman, 

A.  B.,  79;  Psi  Upsilon;  Lawyer;  Justice,  04-14; 
pres.  Bd,  of  Assessors,  N,  Y.  C. ;  mem.  Univer- 
sity, Psi  Upsilon  and  City  Clubs,  60  Sroadway 
and  147  W^  87th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  Robert  Anderson  Seligman, 

A,  B.,  79;  A.  M.,  84;  LL.  B,,  84;  Ph.  D.,  85; 
LL.  D.,  04;  Philolexian;  prizes  Latin  and  Greek, 
76,  and  various  others;  prof.  Columbia  Univ.; 
pres.  Am.  Economic  Assn.,  02-04;  chrmn.  Ed. 
Trustees  Bur.  Munic.  Research,  05-10;  pres. 
Natl.  Tax  Assn.,  12-15;  chrmn.  Comm.  on  "raxa- 
tion,  13-15;  v.-pres.  Economic  Club;  v.-pres. 
Natl.  Consumers*  League;  corresp.  mem.  Rus- 
sian Imperial  Acad.  Science;  Am.  corresp.  Brit- 
ish Royal  Economic  Soc.;  Am.  mem.  Reale 
Accademia  dei  Lincei  (Rome) ;  hon.  mem. 
Societe  d'Economie  Politique  (Paris) ;  mem.  Am. 
Statistical,  Am.  Historical,  Am.  Polit,  Science, 
Am.  Social  Hygiene,  Natl.  Child  Labor  and 
Natl.  Civil  Service  Reform  Assns.;  Am.  Socio- 
logical Soc;  Acad.  Polit.  Science;  Assn.  of 
Labor  Legislation;  Natl.  Municipal  and  Natl. 
Economic  Leagues;  Authors',  City,  National 
Arts  and  Sculptors'  Clubs.  (Columbia  Univer- 
sity and  324  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Vanderbilt  Spader 
Charles  Young  Van  Doren, 

A.  E.,  79;  one  of  organizers  of  Barnard  Literary 
Society;  Lawyer;  Deputy  Court  Clerk,  Kings 
County,  N.  Y.;  Chief  Clerk  Kings  County 
Court.  189  Montague  St.,  Brooklyn,  and 
356  Pine  St.,  Freeport,  Long  Island,  N.  Y. 

John  Chetwood  Wetmore, 

A.  B.,  79;  LL.  B.,  81.  (12  Elm  St.,  Elizabeth, 
N.  J.) 


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COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1880 


1880 

Leon  N.  Adler, 

A.  B.,  80;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.  Heidelberg,  83; 
Peithologian ;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Manufacturing 
Chemist;  mem.  Chemists,  Drug  and  Chemical, 
Harmonie  and  Liederkranz  Clubs;  Vereingung 
Alter  Deutscher  Studenten.  100  William  St. 
and  306  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Morgan  Gibbes  Barnwell, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  84;  Delta  Psi;  mem.  Tuxedo 
and  Union  clubs.    Tuxedo  Park,  N.  Y. 

William  Graves  Bates, 

A.  B.,  80:  LL.  B.,  82:  Psi  Upsilon;  Philolexian; 
Lawyer;  Colonel,  71st  Inf.,  N.  G.,  N.  Y.;  Brevet 
Brig.  Gen.,  N.  Y.;  Capt.  and  A.  A.  G.,  U.  S.  V., 
98,  Span. -Am.  War;  mem.  Union  League  and 
Adirondack  League  Clubs;  Soc.  of  Colonial 
Wars,  Sons  of  the  Revolution,  Milit.  Order 
Foreign  Wars,  New  England  Soc.  and  Vet. 
Corps  of  Artillery.  43  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Bay  Shore,  N.  Y. 

Charles     Samuel     Marvin     Belden, 
Rev., 

S.T.B.  Genl.  Theol,  Sem.,  85.  (Care  Union 
Bank,   Geneva,  Switzerland.) 

Pelham  St.  George  Bissell,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  80;  A.  M.,  04;  A.K.C.  Thing's  Coll. 
,  'London),  99;  Clerg.,  Epis.  Ch.;  rector  Grace 
Ch.,  Van  Vorst,  J.  C.;, curate,  St.  John's,  Beth- 
nal  Green,  London,  Eng.,  99-01;  rector.  Mil- 
ford,  Pa.,  02;  do.  Freeport,  L.  I.,  02-10; 
do.  Mission  at  Roosevelt,  L.  I.,  03-09;  asst., 
Grace  Ch.,  Van  Vorst,  J.  C,  11-15;  life 
mem.  Col.  Univ.  Alumni  Assn.;  do.  N.  Y. 
Historical  Soc;  Sons  of  Revolution,  Clergy 
Club  of  N.  Y.,  Soc.  of  Early  80's,  Jun. 
O.  U.  A.  M.,  Masons;  mem.  and  chaplain  .1.  C. 
Actors  Church  Alliance.  268,  2d  ana  254 
Montgomery  Sts.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 

George  Engs  Blackwell, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Barnard  Literary  Society;  3d  Honor  class; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa  (Hon.);  Lawyer;  assistant 
corporation  counsel,  Borough  Queens;  trustee 
estate:  mem.  Down  Town  Association;  City 
Club;ColumbiaUniversity  Club;  Oakland  Golf 
Club;  New  York  County  Lawyers'  Association; 
New  York  Bar  Association;  New  York  State 
Bar  Association;  Society  International  Law.  63 
Wall  St.  and  42  E.  81st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edgar  Stuart  Blunt,* 

d.  Nov.  21,  1914. 

Robert  Maclay  Bull,* 

d.  Nov.  6,  1914. 

Frederick  A.  M.  Burrell, 

Dir.  Irving  Natl.  Bank;  mem.  Merchants'  Assn.; 
Hardware,  Hamilton  and  Bkln.  Civic  Clubs. 
1409  Albermarle  Rd.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

James  Ereeman  Bush, 

(17  Battery  PI.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  W.  F.  Carlisle, 

A.  B.,  80;  Peithologian;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  First 
Ch.  Covenanters,  Newburgh,  N.  Y.  284  Liberty 
St.,  Newburgh,  N.  Y. 

Howard  Coghill, 

LL.B.,  83.    (Red  House,  Morristown,  N.  J.) 


Romulus  Riggs  Colgate, 

Delta  Psi;  Univ.  crew;  capt.  Freshman  crew; 
Football  team;  Mfr.;  mem.  Down  Town  Assn., 
Knickerbocker,  Sleepy  Hollow  and  Automobile 
Clubs  of  Am.  Ill  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Sharon, 
Conn. 

James  Potter  Conover, 

A.  B.,  80;  Clergyman;  rector  St.  Luke's  Ch., 
E.  Greenwich;  Author  of  various  books.  Rec- 
tor and  Church  Sts.,  East  Greenwich,  R.  I. 

Samuel  Victor  Constant,* 

A.  B.,  SO;  LL.B.,  88. 

Frederick  William  Dibblee,* 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.  B.,  82.     d.   1884. 

Frank  B.  Draper,  Rev.,. 

A.  B.,  80;  S.  T.  B.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  83. 
New  Milford,  Conn. 

Herman  Peter  Gerbert,* 

A.  B.,  80;  M.  D.,  83.    d.  Dec.   19,  1915. 

Robert  Parkhill  Getty, 

A.  B.,  80;  Lawyer;  contributor  to  magazines; 
mem.  Bar  Assn.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Columbia  Alumni 
Assn.    20  Cedar  PI.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Horatio  Root  Harper, 

(Care  N.  Y.  Yacht  Club,  37  W.  44th  St.,- 
N.  Y.  C.) 


Henry  W.  Howell, 


A.  B.,  80;  A.  M.,  83;  Teacher;  mem.  Alumni, 
Sons  of  the  Revolution  and  Soc.  Colonial 
Wars.    7  W.  93rd  St.  and  2030  Bway,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Hustace  Hubbard,* 

A.  B.,  80;  M.  D.,  83.    d.  1884. 

L,andreth  Hezekiah  'King, 

A.  B.,  80;  Barnard  Lit.,  Philosophic  Commune, 
1st  Honor  at  graduation;  1st  English  oration 
Commenc;  scientific  fellowship  (declined); 
registrar  of  contracts,  N  Y.  C.  R.  R.  Co.;  trans- 
fer aKt..  N.  Y.,  ChicaKO  and  St.  Louis  R.  R. 
Co.;  rec.  sec.  and  pres.  N.  Y.  Federation  of 
Churches;  dir.  N.  Y.  Soc.  for  Suppression  of 
Vice;  mem.  Univ.,  Transportation,  Quill,  Ama- 
teur Comedy,  Amackassin  Clubs;  Sons  of  Revo- 
lution. Grand  Central  Terminal,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
157  Park  Ave..  Orange,  N.  J. 

William  G.  Le  Boutillier, 

A.  B.,  80;  M.  D.,  83;  Phys.;  health  officer; 
mem.  Univ.  and  Army  and  Navy  (N.  Y.)  Clubs. 
Long  Lake,  N.  Y. 

Milton  Emanuel  Lehman,* 

Ph.D.,  Heidelberg,  83. 

James  Duane  Livingston, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  Transylvania,  93;  vice-pres. 
and  sec.  Troy  Trust  Co.  (The  Troy  Trust  Co., 
Troy,  N.  Y.) 

Jesse  Albert  Locke, 

A.  B.,  80;  A.  M.,  00;  scholarship  in  history; 
headmaster  Newman  school;  mem.  Columbia 
■University  Club.    829  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Bard  McVickar,* 

A.   B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82.    d.   1901. 

Leo  Herman  Mandel 


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141 


Johr 


Fielding  Lewis  Marshall, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82.  Sheridan  Rd.  and  Airdree 
PI.,  Chicago,  111. 

in  Hill  Belcher  Mason, 

Educated  in  private  schools  and  at  the  Frank- 
•  fort  Gymnasium;  Delta  Phi;  Actor;  began 
career  at  age  20  in  Philadelphia  supporting  the 
well-known  stars  of  the  time  at  Boston  Mus- 
eum, 79-89;  by  this  time  had  served  under  the 
best  masters  and  had  learned  every  line  of  busi- 
ness of  the  stage  except  grand  opera;  took  part 
in  all  Gilbert  and  Sullivan  operas,  originating 
characters  therein;  played  in  London,  90;  in 
vaudeville,  2  yrs. ;  in  London  again,  96;  return- 
ing to  U.  S.,  97;  created  character,  Horatio 
Drake  in  "The  Christian,"  98;  has  achieved 
eminent  success  in  intellectual  and  emotional 
roles;  mem.  Lambs  Club.  245  W.  51st  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Solomon  May,* 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.  B.,  82.    d.  1888. 

Ross  Miller,* 

d.   1883. 

Henry  Mihalovitch  Mills, 

Book  Dealer  and  Stationer.  623  Church  St., 
Nashville,  Tenn. 

Charles  F.  Moody, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82;  Lawyer.  206  Bway,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  43  Bond  St.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

William  Fellowes  Morgan, 

A.  B.,  80;  E..  M.,  84;  Delta  Psi;  captain  foot- 
ball team,  79;  president  intercollegiate  athletic 
association;  Warehouseman;  trustee  Columbia 
University;  Syrian  Protestant  College  and 
Episcopal  Theological  School,  Cambridge;  presi- 
dent Merchants  Association,  N.  Y. ;  member 
Knickerbocker,  Columbia  University,  St. 
Anthony  and  Racquet  and  Tennis  Clubs.  Arch 
11,  Bkln.  Bridge  and  139  E.  39th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Louis  Morganstern,* 

d.   1884. 

Philip  Alexander  Morris, , 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82.  (933  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y. 
C.) 

William  Newbrough, 

A.  B.,  80;  E.  M.,"  84;  A.  M.,  85.  (Evanston, 
Wyo.) 

Charles  Augustine  O'Neil, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.  B.,  82;  Peithologian ;  fresh.  Latin 
prize;  Chandler  historical  prize  essay;  Law- 
yer; asst.  corporation  counsel,  N.  Y.  C,  88-10; 
N.  Y.  Athletic  Club.  293  Bway.  and  117  W. 
73d  St.,  N.  Y.   C. 

Henry  Gallup  Paine, 

A.  B.,  80;  Delta  Psi;  Philolexian  Literary 
Society;  Acta  Columbian,  treasurer,  76-77', 
Columbia  Spectator^  member  original  board  of 
editors,  77;  inanaging  editor,  78-79;  secretary 
simplified  spelling  board;  editorial  assistant 
St.  Nicholas,  82-87;  associated  editor  Puck,  87- 
92;  managing  editor  Harpers  Weekly,  93-00; 
associated  editor,  Associated  Sunday  Magazines, 
04;  editor.  New  York  Tribune  Weekly  Literary 
Review,  05-07;  National  Sunday  Magazine,  10- 
12;  member  The  Players.  18  Old  Slip  and  149 
W.  12th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Louis  Napoleon  Phelps* 

d.  1902.  ' 

Frederic  D.  Philips, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82;  A.  M.,  87;  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer.  15  Wil- 
liam St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Lawrence,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 


Elbert  Stoothofif  Porter,  Jr.,  Rev.,*t 

Grad.  Union  fheol.  Sem.,  83.    d.   1906. 
tFormerly  Henry  Mihalovitch. 

Henry  Laurens  Riker,* 

d.  1900. 

William  Lispenard  Robb, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.D.,  02;  Trinity  Coll.,  Hartford; 
freshman  and  sophomore  scholarship  in  mathe- 
matics and  fellowship  in  science;  prof,  physics 
and  elec.  eng. ;  mem.  Troy  Club  and  Engineers' 
Club  of  N.  Y.  P.  O.  Box,  592  and  71,  2d  St., 
Troy,  N.   Y. 

Claudius  Monell  Roome,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.  B.,  82;  B.  D.,  93;  General 
Theological  Seminary;  Psi  Upsilon;  Peith- 
ologian;  boat  club;  Clergyman;  member  Colum- 
bia University  and  St.  Nicholas  Clubs;  Masons. 
194  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Harris  Roome, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82.    2030  Broadway. 

Thomas  Alexander  Rusk, 

A.  B„  80;  A.  M.,  83. 

William  H.  Sands, 

Stock  Broker;  mem.  Union  and  Racquet  and 
Tennis  Clubs.     22  E.  47th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Warburton  Scrugham, 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.  B.,  82;  Competitive  Scholarship 
Latin,.  78-79;  Trustees'  Greek  prize,  79;  Alumni 
Prize  80;  for  most  faithful  and  deserving  student 
80;  1st  honor  man  and  Greek  Salutatorian 
Phi  Beta  .Kappa,  elected  before  graduation. 
Lawyer;  Acting  City  Judge  of  Yonkers,  89-90 
and  93-94;  mem.  Bd.  of  Educ.  Yonkers,  88-91; 
Dir.  Yonkers  Gas  Light  Co.,  87-00  (Pres.,  95 
00.);  Dir.  Westchester  Lighting  Co.,  00-10; 
(Pres.,  00-05);  Dir.  1st  Natl  Bank  of  Yonkers, 
since  88  (Pres.  11);  (Chrmn.  of  bd.,  12.), 
Trustee  Yonkers  Savings  Bank,  00;  v. -pres 
Westchester  Co.  Bar  Assn.,  03-04  and  16-17; 
mem.  Col.  Coll.  Alumni  and  Century  Assns. 
City  and  Col  Univ.  Clubs;  Am.  Bar,  N.  Y, 
State  Bar.  N.  Y.  City  Bar  and  Westchester  Co, 
Bar  Assns.  34  Warburton  Ave.  and  15  Grey- 
stone  Terrace,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Samuel  Gormley  Shaw,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  80;  A.  M.,  Wooster,  93;  Ph.D.,  94. 
(West  Hebr.on,  N.  Y.) 

Henry  Alford  Short, 

Ph.D.,  Johns  Hopkins,  85. 

Edward  Havemeyer  Snyder, 

A.  B.,  80;  Real  Estate;  Lieut.  Col.  N.  G.,  N.  J.; 
Maj.  N.  G..  N.  Y.;  mem.  N.  J.  Legis.,  89-91; 
pres.  Common  Council,  Orange,  N.  J.;  mem. 
N.  Y.  Yacht,  Army  and  Navy  and  Seneca  Clubs. 
227  Main  St.,  Orange,  N.  J.  and  551  Bedford 
Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Perez  M.  Stewart, 

A.  B.,,  80;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Research 
Engineer  and  Inventor;  member  Mechanics 
and  Traders  Club.  '52  Bway.  and  800  Riverside 
Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Sidney  Barculo  Stuart,*     ^ 

LL.B.,  82.    d.   1891. 

William  Hickok  Taylor,* 
Ransford  Easman  Van  Gieson,* 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.  B.,  82. 

Howard  St.  Clair  Wait,* 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.B.,  82.    d.   1895. 


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Gardiner  Howland  Waring,* 

d.  1888. 

Nelson  Jarvis  Waterbury  [Jr.], 

A.  B.,  80;  LL.  B.,  82;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilonj 
Lawyer;  mem.  Manhattan  Club.  Grand  Central 
Terminal    and   Manhattan    Club,    N.   Y.    C. 

Herbert  A.  Weeks, 

A.  B.,  80;  Delta  Phi;  Real  Estate.  170,  5th 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Cedarhurst,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

1881t 

tPrOm  1881  to  1885  the  degree  of  A.  B.  arid 
Ph.  B.,  were  also  conferred  by  the  School  of 
Political  Science,  and  the  class-lists  of  the 
'  College  beginning  with  this  year  should  be 
supplemented  by  the  names  to  be  found  under 
"Graduates  of  the  School  of  Political  Science. ' 

Rufus  Greene  Angell, 

A.  B.,  81;  Philolexian  Exmnr.  Dept.  Finance 
City  of  N  .Y.  Municipal  Bldg.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
56  Shorthill  Road,  Forest  Hills  Gardens.  N. 
Y. 

Richard  Allard  Anthony, 

A.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  85;  Zeta  Psi;  Real  Estate; 
trustee  U.  S.  Savings  Bank;  v.-pres.  Boonton 
Rubber  Co.;  mem.  University  and  Lawyers' 
Clubs.  14  Wall  St.  and  125  W.  58th .  St , 
N.  Y.  C. 

Frank  Wallace  Arnold, 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.B.,  83.  (Ill  Broadway,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

John  Bates,* 

A.  B.,  80;  M.  D.,  90. 

Lucius  Hart  Beers, 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.  B.,  83;  Psi  Upsilon;  Peithologian ; 
lawyer;  dir.  Lawyers'  Title  and  Trust  Co.; 
Queens  Co.  Water  Co.;  Wall  and  Hanover  St. 
Realty  Co.;  Advisory  Bd.  Natl.  Surety  Co.; 
mem.  Century,  University,  Downtown,  Colum- 
bia University  Clubs;  Sons  of  Revolution;  Bar 
Assn.  49  Wall  St.  and  120  E.  39th  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  Westhampton  Beach,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  Winslow  Cabot, 

A.  B.,  81;  Peithologian  Soc;  Estate  Manager 
and  Literature;  cor.  sec.  and  chrmn.  Lit.  Com. 
Stamford  Hist.  Soc;  chrmn.  Memorial  Bldg. 
Com.;  mem.  Stamford  Yacht  Club.  195  Grey- 
rock  PI.,  Stamford,  Conn. 

John  McK.  Camp, 

Building  Materials;  Senior  Warden  St.  James 
Ch.,  Fordham;  mem.  Church  Club.  W.  177th 
St.  and  Harlem  River  and  W.  Tremont  and 
University  Aves.,   N.  Y,   C. 

Bertrand  Clover,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  83. 

Albert  Andrade  Cohen, 

A.  Bj  81;  A.  M.,  84;  student  School  of  Mines, 
84;  Factory  Manager;  trustee  and  sec.  N.  Y. 
Consolidated  Card  Co.;  mem.  Columbia  Univer- 
sity and  American  Yacht  Clubs;  Greenwich, 
Wheatley  Hills  and  Great  Neck  Golf  Clubs. 
Fourth  and  Webster  Aves.,  Long  Island  City, 
and  Kings  Point  Rd.,  Great  Neck,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Smith  Collins,* 

A.  B.,  81;  A.M.,  84;  M.  D.,  85.    d.  1900. 


Richard  Coombes,* 

d.  1891. 

Louis  Cunningham, 

(27  Boulevard  Carnot,  Algiers,  Africa.) 

William  Curtis  Demorest, 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.  B.,  83;  Psi  Upsilon;  president 
Realty  Trust  Co.;  president  Columbia  Alumni 
Federation.  1915;  Columbia  College  Associa- 
tion, 1913;  Vice-President  College  University 
Club,  1914;  member  University,  Columbia  Uni- 
versity, Union  League.  Lawyers'  and"  other 
clubs.  60  Liberty  and  68  E.  66th  Sts.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

William  Archibald  Dunning, 

A.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  84;  Ph.  D„  85;  LL.  D.,  04; 
class  president  junior  year;  professor  of  His- 
tory; managing  editor  Political  Science  Quarter- 
ly, 1895-1904;  president  American  Historical 
Association,  1913;  author  of  History  of  Political 
Theories;  Essays  on  Civil  War  and  Reconstruc- 
tion; British  Empire  and  the  United  States; 
member  Century,  Faculty,  American  Historical 
and  Political  Science  Associations.  Columbia 
University,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Chidester  Egbert, 

A.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  82;  Ph.  D.,  85;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  prize  for  most  faith-ful  and  deserving 
student;  fellowship  for  3  years,  1882-85;  profes- 
sor of  Latin;  director  of  the  Summer  Session; 
director  of  extension  teaching;  director  of 
the  School  of  Business,  Columbia  University: 
member  executive  committee  American  Acad- 
emy in  Rome:  member  of  executive  committee 
College  Board  of  the  Presbyterian  Church; 
president  of  New  York  City  Sunday  School 
Association;  member  of  Republican  Clounty 
Committee,  New  York  City;  Vice-President 
of  the  National  Extension  Association;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa  Alumni,  Century  Association. 
116th  St.  and  Amsterdam  Ave.  and  425  W. 
I46th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  S.  Field, 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.  B.,  83;  Dry  Goods  Merchant. 
331,  4th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  104  Columbia 
Hts.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Samuel  Stewart  Fowler, 

A.  B.,  81;  E.  M.,  84.     (Drawer  1024,  Nelson, 

B.  C,  Canada.1 

George  Frederic  Garr,* 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.  B.,  85.    d.  1910. 

Daniel  L,ewis  Gibbens,* 

d.  1900. 

Richard  J.  H.  Gottheil, 

A.  B.,  81;  Ph.  D.,  86,  Univ.  of  Leipzig;  Peitho- 
logian Soc;  Semitic  languages  Col.  Univ.; 
Supreme  Nasi  Zeta  Beta  Tau;  v-Pres.  Univ. 
Zionist  Soc;  treas.  Am.  Com.  for  Lectures  on 
History  of  Reli'^ioris;  mem.  Publication  and  Am. 
Jewish  Hist,  (v.-pres.)  Socs. ;  ed.  Col.  Univ. 
Oriental  Series  and  joint  ed.  Semitic  Studies 
Series.  Columbia  University  and  417  River- 
side Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Heard, 

A.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  84;  Barnard  Lit.  Assn.;  1st 
prize  German,  hon.  man  Latin  and  Greek; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Principal  Summit  Acad- 
emy; mem.  Natl.  Security  League,  N.  J.  Alum- 
ni and  Monday  Night  Club.  50  Woodland 
Ave.,  Summit,  N.  J. 


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143 


Alexander  Florian  Hennques, 

A.  B.,  81 ;  Real  Estate  Broker.  25  E.  26th  and 
854  W.  iSlst  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Thurston  Horn, 

A.  B.,  81;  C.  E.,  84.     (13  E.  53d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Lucius  Wales  Hotchkiss, 

A.  B.,  81;  M.  D.,  84;  Psi  Upsilon;  Surgeon; 
prof,  clinic,  surg.,  Coll,  Phys.  and  Surgs.;  attg. 
surg,  Roosevelt  Hosp. ;  consult,  surg.  Bellevue;' 
Knickerbocker,  Flushing,  Greenwich  and  St. 
Joseph  Hosps. ;  mem.  University  and  Psi  Upsilon 
Clubs, .  Sons  of  Revolution.  59  W.  48th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Sewall  Kimball,* 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.  B.    d.  1889. 

Henry  Manchester  Ladd, 

A.  B..  81;  A.  M.,  84;  B.  D.,  84 — ;  Clergyman 
(Epis.);  exam,  chaplain,  Diocese  Newark;  Arch- 
deacon, Paterson;  mem.  Newark  and  Paterson 
Clericus  and  Clergy  Club  of  N.  Y.,  and  Neigh- 
borhood Club.  138  W.  Passaic  Ave.,  Ruther- 
ford, N.  J. 

Charles  Mandred  Lum, 

A.  B.,  81;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Lawyer;  President  Chatham  (N.  J.)  Free  Public  - 
Library;  vice-president  New  Jersey  Historical 
.  Society;  trustee  Washington  Association  (Mor- 
ristown,  N.  J.)  and  Overlook  Hospital  (Summit, 
N.  J.) ;  member  Essex  (Newark,  N.  J.)  and 
Canoe  Brook  Country  Clubs  and  New  Jersey 
State  Bar  Association.  Firemen's  Insurance 
Bldg.,  Newark,  and  Fairmount  Ave.,  Chatham, 
N.J. 

Howard  McDougall,  Rev.,* 
Henry  Lewis  Mills,  Jr.,* 

d.  190*. 

James  Henry  Montgomery, 

A.  B.,  81 ;  M.  D.,  84.    (Erie,  Pa.) 

Hugo  R.  Muller, 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.  B.,  83;  Lawyer.  156  Broadway, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Herman  F.  Nordeman, 

A.  B.,  81;  M.  D.,  84;  Glee  and  Chess  Clubs; 
sec.  class  of  81;  Physician;  adjunct,  prof.  Gen- 
ito  Urinary  Diseases,  N.  Y.  Polyclinic;  chief  of 
clinic  and  adjunct  visiting  phys.  Bellevue 
Hosp.;  mem.  Early  Eighties  Club.  65  W.  45th 
St.  and  2170  Broadway,  N.  Y.   C. 

Thomas  Alexis  Painter, 

Psi  Upsilon;  'Varsity  fours,  79  and  80 
(stroke);  Phila.,  Pleasant  Valley  and  Lake 
George  (record  for  IJi  miles),  79;  Phila., 
Lake  George,  80;  Banker.  79,  8th  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  Macopin  Ave,  Montclair,  N.  J. 

Robert  Benjamin  Parker,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  81;  B.  D.  Epis.  Theol.  Sch.,  Cambridge, 
84.    (54  Chestnut  St.,  Boston,  Mass.) 

Harry  Thurston  Peck, 

A.  B.,  81;  A.  M.,  82;  L.  H.  D.,  84;  LL.  D.,  04; 
Ph.  D.  Cumberland.  83;  LL.  D.  Alfred,  03. 
(468  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Thomas  D.  Rambaut, 

A.  B.,  81;  Phi  B.,  82:  LL.  B.,  cum  laude,  83; 
A.  M.,  84;  Ph.  D.,  84;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Bar- 
nard Club;  Lawyer,  referee  in  Superior  Court 


cases;  trustee  House  of  St.  Giles  the  Cripple; 
mem.  Alpha  Delta  Phi  Club,  Columbia  Univer- 
sity Alumni  and  Bar  Assn.  120  B'way.,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  Wortendyke,  N.  J. 

Frederick  William  Reid, 

(N.  Hackensack,  N.  J.) 

Edward  Riggs,  Rev., 

S.  T.  B.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  84.  (434  Riverside 
Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Erastus  Titus  Roberts, 

(Titusville,  Pa.) 

Reginald  Hall  Sayre, 

A.  B.,  81;  M.  D.,  84,  Bell.  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.; 
Peithologian;  chem.  scholarship  (2);  semi  an- 
nual Peithologiafi  Orat.,  80;  pres.  Fresh,  class, 
78;  Capt.  Fresh,  football;  Grand  Marshal  at 
commenc;  point  winner  Intercoll.  Track,  791 
80-81;  Class  Crew;  managing  ed.  Spectataotf 
80-81;  Phys.  and  Surg.;  Author  of  Various 
books;  prof.  Orthop.  surg.  at  Univ.  and  Bell. 
Hosp.  Med.  Coll.;  asst.  attg.  surg.  Bell.  Hosp.; 
consult,  surg.,  St.  Vincent's  Hosp.,  Hosp.  for 
Deformities  and  Joint  Diseases,  N.  Y.  State 
Orthop.  Home  for  Crippled  Children,  Newark, 
Hackensack,  Englewood.  Mountainside  Hosp., 
Montclair  and  Flushing  Museum,  Acad  of  Med. ; 
mem.  Columbia  Ujiiv.,  City,  Univ.,  N.  Y. 
Athletic  Clubs,  Masons  and  Am.  Med.  Assn. 
14  W.  48th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harry  Ashton  Smedberg,* 

A.  B.,  81;  C.  E.,  84. 

Job  Lewis  Smith,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  81;  M.  D.  Bell.  Hosp.  Med.  Coll.,  84. 
d.  1889. 

Roland  Cotton  Smith, 

A.  B.,  82,  Amherst;  A.  M.,  85,  do.;  D.  D., 
03;  do.;  B.  D.,  85,  Cambridge  P.  E.  Sch.; 
Clergy;  Rector  St.  John's  Ch.,  Wasfi.,  D.  C; 
mem.  St.  Botolph  Club,  Boston  and  Cosmos 
Club,  Wash.  1461  Riode  Island  Ave.,  Wash., 
D.  C. 

Van  Mater  Stilwell, 

A.  B.,  81;  LL.  B.,  83;. Lawyer.  26  Court  and 
916  President  Sts.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Ellarson  Stout, 

(883  Castleton  Ave.,  West  New  Brighton, 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Eugene  Talman  Stuart,* 

A.  B.,  81;  Ph.  B.   82;  LL.  B.,  83.    d.  1890. 

George  H.  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  81 ;  pres.  Athletic  Union;  Varsity  football 
team;  roWed  in  class  boat;  2d  in  intercoll.  2-mile 
run;  Lawyer;'  treas.  Richmond  &  Chesapeake 
Bay  R.  R.  Co.;  mem.  Union  League  and  N.  Y. 
Yacht  Clubs;  City  and  Natl.  Bar  Assns.  149 
Broadway  and'  771  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Paul  E.  Tiemann, 

A.  B.,  81;  M.  D.,  84;  Zeta  Psi;  mem.  Med.  Bd. 
N.  Y.  Life  Ins.  Co. ;  mem.  Assn.  Life  Ins.  Med. 
Directors;  mem.  .N.  Y.  Co.  Med.,  N.  Y.  State 
Soc.  of  (Cincinnati,  St.  Nicholas'  Soc. ;  Hospital 
Graduates  Club  and  St.  Luke's  Alumni  Assn. 
346  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C:,  and  Port  Chester, 
N.  Y. 

Franklin  Bryant  Torrey, 

(103  Second  PI;,  Brooklyn.) 


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[1881-82 


William  I.  Walter, 

A.  B.,  81;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Retired  Merchant. 
52  Broadway  and  115  W.  57th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Lemuel  Whitaker, 

A.  B,,  81;  A.  M.,  94;  Ph.  D.,  02,  Universit;^ 
Pennsylvania;  LL.  D.,  14,  Ursinus  College;  Phi 
'Beta  Kappa;  principal  South  Philadelphia  High 
School;  member  Philadelphia  Teachers',  Penn- 
sylvania State  Teachers'  and  National  Educa- 
tion Associations.  Broad  and  Jackson  and  6315 
N.  Camac  Sts.,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

William  Faber  Wilcoxson, 

(33  Norwood  Ave.,  Summit,  N.  J.) 

1882t 

tBeginning  with  the  class  of  1882,  and  as  late 
as  the  class  of  1889,  graduates  received  the  de- 
gree of  Bachelor  of  Arts  (A^B.),  Bachelor  of 
Letters  (L.  H.  B.),  or  Bachelor  of  Science 
(B.  S.),  according  to  the  character  of  the  studies 
chiefly  pursued  by  them  during  the  last  two  years 
of  their  college  course.  Unless  otherwise  noted, 
the  degree  of  A.  B.  will  be  understood. 

Robert  Arrowsmith, 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.,  83;  Ph.  D.,  84.  (253  High- 
land Ave.,  Orange,  N.  J.) 

Joseph  Edwin  Baker, 

(E.  Fishkill,  N.  Y.) 

James  L,enox  Banks  [Jr.], 

(19  E.  92d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harry  Ferdinand  Barrell, 

A.  B.,  82;  Ph.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  LL.  B.  (cum 
laude)  and  Ph.  D.,  85;  Barnard  Lit.  Assn.;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer,  retired.  R.  F.  D.  1, 
Livingston  Manor,  Sullivan  Co.,  N.  Y. 

Frederic  Martin  Burr, 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.,  84.     (Englewood,  N.  J.) 

Drayton  Burrill, 

(52  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Nicholas  Murray  Butler, 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.,  83;  Ph.  D.,  84;  Univ.  fellow 
in  Philosophy,  82-85;  student  at  Berlin  and 
Paris,  84-85;  LL.  D,,  98,  Syracuse;  Tulane, 
01 :  Tohns  Honkins,  Princeton.  Univ.  of  Pa. 
and  Yale,  02;  Univ.  of  Chicago,  03;  St.  An- 
drews and  Manchester,  05;  Cambridge,  07; 
Williams,  08;  Harvard  Univ.  and  Dartmouth 
Coll.,  09;  Univ.  of  Breslau,  11;  Brown,  14;  To- 
ronto, 15;  Litt.  D.,r  Univ.  of  Oxford,  05;  Asst. 
in  Philosophy,  85-86;  Tutor,  86-89;  Adj.  Prof. 
89-90;  Dean  Faculty  of  Philosophy  and 
prof.  Philosophy  and  Educ,  90;  Pres.  Co- 
lumbia University  since  Jan.,  1902;  Pres. 
Barnard  Coll.,  Teachers'  Coll.  and  Coll.  of 
Pharmacy;  first  Pres.  New  York  College  for 
Training  of  Teachers  (now  Teachers'  Coll.), 
86-91;  mem.  New  Jersey  State  Bd.  of  Educ, 
87-95;  Pres.  Paterson  (N.  J.)  Bd.  of  Educ, 
92-93:  received  Rep.  Electoral  vote  fdr  Vice- 
President  U.  Sm  13;  chrmn.  Administrative  Bd. 
International  Congress  of  Arts  and  Sciences, 
St.  Louis  Exposition,  04;  trustee  Carnegie 
Foundation  Advancement  of  Teaching;  Car- 
negie Endowment  for  International  Peace;  N. 
Y.  Life  Ins.  Co.;  Cathedral  of  St.  John  the 
Divine;  gov.  Soc.  of  the  Lying-in  Hosp.; 
trustee  Columbia  Univ. ;  Pres.  American  Acad, 
in  Rome;  mem.  Union,  Century,  Church,  Met- 
ropolitan, University,  Republican.  Lotos, 
Round  Table,  Barnard,  Columbia  Univ.,  Au- 
thors',  Garden  City  Golf,   St.  Andrew's  Golf, 


Apawamis  Golf,  Metropolitan  of  Wash.,  D.  C, 
and  Ardsley  Clubs.  Columbia  University  and 
60   Morningside   Drive,   N.   Y.   C. 

Robert  Samuel  Carlin,  Rev.,* 

B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  91.    d.  1901.      ' 

George  Stuart  Carter,* 

d.    1888. 

James  Carter,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  82;  S.  T.  D.  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  85; 
Prof.  Lincoln  Univ.;  Church  History  and  Soc- 
iology; mem.  Columbia  Univ.  and  Automobile 
Clubs  (Phila.);  Alumni  Soc.  Lincoln  Univ., 
Chester  Co.,  Pa. 

Bainbridge  Percy  Clark, 

B.  S.    (267,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Othniel  De  Forest* 
Bernard  Drachman, 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.;  Ph.  D.,  84,  Heidelberg; 
Rabbi,  85.  Jewish  T.  S.,  Breslau;  Rabbi  and 
Educator;  pres.  Union  of  Orthodox  Jewish 
Congregations  of  America;  pres.  Jewish  Sab- 
bath Assn.    128  W.  121st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  James  Gillies, 

A.  B.,  82;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Merchant;  mem. 
Columbia  Univ.,  Republican  and  Bankers' 
Clubs.     60    Front    and    32    W.    51st    Sts.,    N. 

Edward  Rowland  Greene, 

A.  B.,  82;  LL.  B.,  84;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  scholar- 
ship m  Hist.  soph,  yr.;  Lawyer;  mem.  Univ. 
Columbia  Univ.  Alpha  Delta  Phi  and  Hamil- 
ton Clubs.  15  Broad  St..  N.  Y.  C  and  99 
Henry  St..  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Spencer  Halsey, 

A.  B.,  82;  M.  D.,  85,  N.  Y.  Univ.;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Phys.;  W.  H.  and  A.  H.  Hosp.,  B  I., 
85-86;  mem.  New  York  State  and  County 'and 
West    End    Med.    Socs.       108    W.    74th    St., 

Alexander  Harvey,* 

A.  B.,  82;  LL.  B.,  84.     d.   1902. 

Frank  Lyon  Henry,* 

d.    1899. 

Eugene  Higgins, 

A.  B.,  82;  Delta  Psi;  mem.  Union,  Univ.  Rac- 
quet, Ihe  Brook,  Metropolitan,  Tuxedo,  Fen- 
cers Jekyl  Island,  N.  Y.  Athl.,  Riding.  St. 
Anthony.  N.  Y.  Yacht.  Automobile  of  Am. 
and  Country  Clubs,  Sons  of  Revolution.  1 
Madison    Ave..    N.    Y.    C. 

Rowland  Parry  Keasbey, 

(254  W.   85th  St..  N.   Y.  C.) 

William  Thornton  Eawson, 

A.  B  82;  LL.  B.,  85.  (1613  E.  14th  St., 
Brooklyn,) 

Frederick  Howard  Lee,* 

d.  July  26.  1913. 

Alfred  Morris  Leopold, 

A.  B.,  82;  LL.  B.,  84.    (7  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  deP.  Livingston, 

A.    B.,    82;    LL.    B.,    84;    Delta   Psi;    Lawyer;  . 
member  Union,  Tuxedo.  St.  Anthony,  Calumet 
and  West  Side  Clubs.     156  Broadway   NYC. 
and   Cheviot   P.    O.    Columbia  Co.,   N.   Y. 


1882] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


145 


William  Kilbreth  Lowrey, 

A.   B..  82;  LL.  B.,  84. 

David  Gale  Maclay,*  / 

LL.  B.,  85.     d.   1906. 

Clarkson  S.  Mead, 

A.  B.,  82;  M.  D.,  85;  hon.  mention.  Math, 
fresh,  yr.  and  Lat.  soph.  yr. ;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Phys.     Ill  Adee  St.,  Port  Chester,  N.  Y. 

William  Arthur  Moore, 

A.  B.,  82;  M.  D.,  85;  Philolexianr  'Varsity 
football   team,    80;   'Varsity   crew,    81-83;    Sur- 

feon;  graduate  Presbyterian  Hospital,  New 
ork,  87;  fellow  American  Coll.  Surgeons;  sur- 
geon Moore-Overton  Hospital  (Binghamtbn) ; 
surgeon  D.nL.  &  W.  Railroad  Company,  .D.  & 
H.  R.  R.  Co.  and  Binghampton  Traction  Com- 
pany; member  Columbia  University  and  Bing- 
hamton  Clubs.  220  Washington  St.,  Bingham- 
ton,  N.  Y. 

Deas  Murphy, 

A.  B.,  82;  M.  D.,  96;  Phys.;  orthop.surg.  N.  Y. 

.  Orthop.    Hosp.    and    Disp.    and    Cornell    Univ. 

'  Med.  Soc. ;  asst.  attg.  orthop.  surg.  St.  Luke's 
Hosp.;  mem.  New  York  Athl.  and  Columbia 
Univ.  Clubs.     165  E.  62d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas  Nash, 

A.  B.,  82;  Delta  Phi;  Archftect;  mem.  Union, 
University,  Century  and  Church  Clubs;  Ameri- 
con  Institute  Architects  and  Architectural 
League.  52  Vanderbilt  Ave.  and  60  W.  48th 
St..    N.    Y.    C. 

James  Buchanan  Nies,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.,  87;  Ph.  D.,  88;  S.  T.  B. 
!  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  85;  Philolexian;  Philolexian 
prizes;  Epis.  Clergyman  and  Assyriologist;  fel- 
-low  A.  .A.  A.  S. ;  mem.  Am.  AnthropoT.  Assn., 
Am.  Fblk-Lore  Soc,  Am.  Oriental  Soc, 
Deutsche  Oriente  Gesellschaft,  Deutscher  Pal- 
estiner  Verein,  Vorderasiatische  Gesellschaft, 
Columbia  Univ.,  University  and  Clerical  Clubs; 
N.  Y.  Clericus  and.Bkln.  Clerical  League.  Hotel 
St.  George,  Clark  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

William  Kelly  Otis,* 

A.  B..  82;  M.  D.,  85.     d.   1906. 

George  Burrington  Parsons, 

Pres.  Delaware  Trans.  Co.  (615  Delaware  Ave., 
Wilmington,   Del.) 

Harry  de  Berkeley  Parsons, 

A.  B.,  82;  B.  S.  and  E.  M.,  Stevens;  Delta 
Psi;  American  Soc.  C.  E.  and  M.  E.;  Philolex. 
debate,  80-81-82;  Consulting  Engineer;  former- 
■  '%  N.  Y.  State  Com.  Voting  Machine ;  do.  Com. 
oh  Met.'  Sewerage  Com.  of  N.  Y.;  prof, 
emeritus,  Rensselear  Polytechnic  1st.;  mem. 
Union  Engineers,  New  York  Yacht,  American 
Yacht,  Country  and  Apawamis  Clubs.  22  Wil- 
liam and  36  E.  61st  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  [Willie]  Purdon,* 

d.  Fed.  24,  1915. 

Louis  Dwight  Ray, 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.,  85;  Ph.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ., 
94;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Scholarship  in  Greek 
(1);  first  English  orator  (4);  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Teacher;  Head  Master,  Berkeley-Irvmg  School; 
mem.  Columbia  Univ.  and  Barnard  Clubs  (N. 
Y.  C.)  and  Wykagyl  Country  Club  (New  Ro- 
chelle).  309  W.  82d  St.  and  2350  Bway.,  N. 
Y.  C. 


Reginald  William  Rives, 

A.  B.,  82;  LL.  B.,  85.  (New  Hamburg, 
N.  Y.) 

Nathaniel  Pendleton  Rogers,  Jr., 

(518  E.  Front  St.,  Plainfield,  N.  J.) 

Girard  Romaine, 

A.   B.,  82;   Psi  Upsilon;   Peithologian ;   retirea;  ' 
member  University,  Columbia  University,  New 
York  Athletic,  Rumson  Country  and  Lakewood 
Country  Clubs.     68  Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  15 
Forest  Ave.,  Lakewood,  N.  J. 

Edgar  Lee  Ryder, 

N.  Y.  Assemb.,  03-04.  (195  Main  St.,  Ossin- 
ing,    N.    Y.) 

Charles  Harison  Simonds, 

A.  B..  82;  Delta  Psi;  Merchant;  mem.  Uni- 
versity and  New  York  Yacht  Clubs.  18  S.  Wil- 
liam St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Hewlett,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Bishop  Smidt, 

A.    B.,    82;    V- President    Central    Trust    Com- 
pany,  New   York;    trustee   New   York   Savings  I 
Bank;    member  Columbia  University  Club.      54. 
Wall  and  200   W.    S6th   Sts.,   N.  Y.   C. 

John  Campbell  Spencer, 

A.  B.,  82;  M.  D.,  85;  Phys.;  house  phys.  Bell. 
Hosp.,  N.  Y.  C.;  prof,  path.;  assoc,  prof, 
genito-urinary  surg.,  med.  depart.  Univ.  of 
Cal. ;  ex-mayor  Palo  Alto.  Cal. ;  ex- Pres.  S.  t". 
Co.  Med.  Soc;  mem.  Union  League  Club,  San 
Francisco  and  Commonwealth  Clubs.  135 
Stockton  St.,  San  Francisco  and  369  Addison 
Ave.,    Palo   Alto,    Cal. 

William  Riggin  Travers,  Jr.,* 

d.     1905. 

Robert  Bunch  Van  Cortlandt, 

(30   Pine    St.,    N.   Y^  C.) 

Marshall  Lord  Warrin, 

A.  B.,  82:  M.  D..  85.  (50  Franklin  PI.,  Flush- 
ing, N.  Y.  C.) 

Webber,* 

A.  B.,  82;  LL.  B.,  84;  Lawyer;  trustee  and 
counsel  N.  Y  Savings  i  Bank;  mem.  Columbia 
Univ.   Club.     d.  July   1.    1914,  N.   Y.   C. 

William  Ogden  Wiley, 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.,  87;  Barnard  Society;  Theta 
'  Xi;  Publisher  of  Scientific  Books;  treasurer 
Society  for  Promotion  of  Engineering  Educa- 
tion, 07  to  date;  member  University,  New 
Jersey  Alumni,  Engineers'  and  Graduates' 
(New  Haven)  Clubs  and  Columbia  University 
College  Association.  432,  4th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  44  S.  Clinton  St.,  East  Orange,  N.  J. 

Marshall  Orme  Wilson, 

A.  B.,  82;  Banker;  mem.  Union,  Knickerbock- 
er, Racquet,  Metropolitan,  South  Side,  Turf 
and  Fiel,d,  Tuxedo  and  New  York  Yacht  Clubs; 
Down  'Town  Assn.  120  Broadway  and  3  E. 
64th  St..  N.  Y.   C. 

Newell  Bertram  Woodworth, 

A.  B.,  82;  A.  M.,  85;  Psi  Upsilon;  Lawyer; 
Pres.  Genl.  Sons  Am. ,  Revolution ;  treas.  Syra- 
cuse Museum  Fine  Arts;  treas.  N.  Y.  State 
Forestry  Assn. ;  mem.  University  (N.  Y.),  Psi 
Upsilon  (N.  Y.)  Syracuse  University,  Cen- 
tury, Citizens  and  Country  Clubs.  100  S. 
Salina  and  840  James  Sts.,  Syracuse,  N.  Y. 


John 


146 


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[1883 


1883 

Edward  Hedden  Apgar,* 

A.  B.,  83;  Ph.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  LL.  B.,  85. 

Astley  Atkins, 

L.  H.  B.  (18  Utica  Natl.  Bank  Bldg,,  Utica, 
N.  Y.) 

Augustus  Dickerson  Baker,* 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  Ph.  D.,  85.    d.  1885. 

George  Henry  Barnes, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  85;  Lawyer;  mem.  Apawamis 
and  Columbia  University  Clubs.  120  Broad- 
Way,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Rye,  N.  Y. 

John  Thomas  Joseph  Bird, 

B.  S.,  83;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc.;  Physician;  phys. 
Harlem  Hosp.  and  Pres.  Harlem  Relief  Soc. 
8  W.  123d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

J[oseph]  Stanford  Browrj, 

A.  B.,  83;  Ph.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84.  (16  Belmont 
Ave.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.) 

Henry  Joseph  Bruner, 

(529  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Hendrick  Houghton  Butler, 

A.  B.,  83;  Priest,  Episcopal  Church.  Ill  W. 
77th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Phelps  Case, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  86.  (66  W.  51st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  V.  Chalmers,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  83;  B.  D.,  86,  Episcopal  Theol.  Sch., 
Cambridge,  Mass.;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Vicar 
Church  of  the  Holy  Trinity  (312  E.  88th  St.); 
dir.  on  Bd.  Anti-Saloon  League  (N.  Y.  State) ; 
mgr.  on  Bd.  Natl.  Temperance  Soc.;  mem.  Clergy 
Club.    332  E.  88th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Armstrong  Chalonerf, 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  83.  (Roanoke  Rapids,  N.  C.) 
tFormerly  Chanler. 

John  Marshall  Chew,  Rev., 

S.  T.  B.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  86.  (Newburgh, 
N.  Y.) 

Edward  Wight  Clark,* 

A.  M.,  84;  M.  D.,  87.     d.  1892. 

John  E.  de  Ruyter, 

A.  B.,  83;  Delta  Psi,  Alpha  Chapter;  Editor, 
People's  Magazine;  mem.  Bayside  Yacht  Club; 
St.  Nicholas  Soc.  (N.  Y.).  79,  7th  Ave.  and  43 
W.  93d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  Norham  Eldridge* 
Devereux  Emmet, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  85.     (St.  James,  N.  Y.) 

Robert  Ferguson 

Rowland  Godfrey  Freeman, 

A.  B.,  83;  M.  D„  86;  Asst.  Prof.  Bell.  Hosp. 
Med,  Coll.    (211  W.  57th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Halstead  H.  Frost,  Jr., 

A.  B^  83;  A.  M.,  86;  Ph.  B.,  86;  student  in  law, 
85 ;  Phi  Gamma  Delta ;  fellow  m  history :  Law- 
yer; mem.  Phi  Gamma  Delta  Club..  52  Broad- 
way, N.  Y.  C,  and  726  Nostrand  Ave.,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 


John  K.  Gore,, 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  86;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Bar- 
nard Literary  Society;  first  honorable  mention 
mathematics  freshman  year;  first  honor  class  at 
graduation;  first  English  oration  commencement; 
vice-president  and  actuary  Prudential  Insurance 
Co.;  trustee  Orange  Free  Library;  director 
National  State  Bank,  Newark;  director  Trust 
Co.,  Orange;  commissioner  Sinking  Funds, 
Orange;  formerly  member  Board  of  Education, 
Newark;  president  New  England  Society, 
Orange;  member  Essex  County  Country  Club, 
West  Orange,  and  Phi  Gamma  Delta  Club,  New 
York.  •  761  Broad  St.,  Newark,  and  59  High  St., 
Orange,  N.  J. 

Alfred  Gudeman, 

Ph.  D.  Berlin,  88;  Asst.  editor  Thesaurus  Lin- 
guae Latinae,  04.  (Franz  Josefstrasse  12, 
Munich,  Germany.) 

Walter  Ellison  Hallett, 

(237  E.  175th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Oliver  King  Hand, 

A.  B.,  83;  C.  P.  A.,  13,  Regents  State  of  New 
York;  Barnard  Literary  Association;  honorable 
mention  scholarship  examination  logic,  82; 
honor  man  on  graduation;  accountant  Financ* 
Department,  City  of  New  York;  Private,  Colo- 
rado Volunteer  Infantry,  Philippines,  98-99; 
life  member  Columbia  College  Alumni  Associa- 
tion; sustaining  member  Alumni  Federation; 
honorary  member  Barnard  Literary  Association 
(Columbia) ;  member  Delta  Chapter,  Phi  Beta 
Kappa  (Columbia) ;  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Alumni 
(New  York);  Excelsior  Lodge,  No.  195,  Free 
and  Accepted  Masons;  American  Scenic  and 
Historic  Preservation  Society;  New  York  State 
Society  Certified  Public  Accountants;  New  York 
Civil  Service  Reform  Association  ^  Columbia 
University  Athletic  Association  and  Columbia 
University  Club.  Municipal  Bldg.  and  526  W. 
122d  St.,  New  York  City. 

William  Livingston  Hazen, " 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  85;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Bar- 
nard Literary  Association;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
winner  Chanler  historical  prize,  83;  head  mas- 
ter Barnard  School  for  Boys;  head  master  Bar- 
nard School  for  Girls;  head  master  Barnard 
School  Household  Arts;  captain  Seventy-first 
Regiment  Infantry,  New  York  Volunteers, 
Spnish  War;  member  Columbia  University  and 
Phi  Gamma  Delta  Clubs;  Alumni  Association; 
Society  of  Early  Eighties,  Society  of  Santiago. 
Fieldston,  W.  244th  St.,  and  500  W.  143d  St., 
New  York  City. 

Edward  LeMoyne  Heydecker,* 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  LL.  B.  (cum  laude),  85; 
Peithologian  Lit.  Soc.  (registrar) ;  sec.  Col.  Coll. 
Cleveland  Campaign  Club;  mem.  Bd,  Editors, 
Colnmbiad,  33;  pres.  Harlem  Div.  Citizens 
Union,  98;  counsel  City  Club  (N.  Y.),  99; 
mem.  Mt.  Vernon  ScB.  Bd.  04-07;  asst.  Tax 
Commr.  (N.  Y.  C),  07-14;  mem.  advisory 
comra.  Taxation  and  Finance  (N.  Y.  C),  07-08; 
mem.  City  Club  (N.  Y.),  Columbia  Alumm  " 
Assn.,  Manhattan  Single  Tax  Club,  Soc.  of 
Early  Eighties  of  Columbia,  d.  Feb.  10,  1914, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  Babcock  Holden,* 

d.  1906. 

Austin  Hulshizer,* 

A.  B.,  83;  Ph.  B.,  84;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  85. 

d.  1891. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


147 


Albert  Fillmore  Hyde, 

(Glen  Rd.,  Morristown,  N.  J.) 

Frederic  Dana  Ives,  ' 

(2100,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Abraham  Valentine  Williams  Jack- 
son, 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  L.  H.  D.,  85;  Ph.  D.,  86; 
LL.  D.,  04 1  Psi  Upsilon;  Barnard  Literary 
Society;  scholarship  prize  Latin,  1880-81-82;  in 
Greek,  81;  graduated  at  head  of  class  and  held 
prize  fellowship  in  Letters,  1883-86;  professor 
Indo-lranian  languages,  Columbia  tJniversity; 
trustee  Board  of  Education,  Yonkers,  N.  Y., 
1898-09,  and  Yonkers  Public  Library;  director 
(president  1915-16)  American  Oriental  Society; 
member  Century  Association,  Alumni  Associa- 
tion Columbia  University,  Psi  Upsilon  and 
Authors'  Clubs.  Columbia  University  and  668 
Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Taber  Knox, 

A.  B.,  83;  Minister.     Warwick,  N.  Y. 

Francis  Effingham  lyaimbeer, 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  LL.  B.,  85;  mem.  Assem- 
bly N.  Y.,  96-98.     (Rye,  N.  Y.) 

John  Laimbeer,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  S3;  General  Building  Construction  (espe- 
cially reconstruction  of  old  buildings) ;  member 
University  Club,  Sons  of  Revolution,  Columbia 
Alumni  Association  (life  member) ;  Building 
Trades  Employers'  and  Mason  Builders'  Assoc- 
iations. 103  Park  Ave.  and  105  W.  86th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Iv.  L,esher, 

A.  B.,  83;  Delta  Psi;  Merchant;  mem.  Alumni 
Association  and  Columbia  University  Club.  881 
Broadway,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Rye,  N.  Y. 


Edgar  John  Levey,* 


A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  86;  pres.  Title  Ins.  Co. 
N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  P.  Lyon, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  85;  course  in  political 
science;  Peithologian;  freshman  scholarship  in 
English;  alumni  prize  for  scholarship  at  end  of 
course;  valedictorian;  elected  (not  acting)  class 
day  orator;  Lawyer;  member  State  Industrial 
Commission;  president  Brooklyn  Young  Men's 
Christian  Association  98  to  date;  former  presi- 
dent BrooKlyn  Congregational  Club;  member 
Universitv  Club  (Brooklyn);  New  York  State 
Bar  Association,  Bar  Association  City  of  New 
York  and  Brooklyn  Bar  Association.  46  Cedar 
St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  963  St.  Marks  Ave.,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Alfred  Lee  Manierre,* 

d.  1911. 

Louis  Ambrose  Noble, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  85;  Lawyer.  19  Cedar  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  432  Hoboken  Ave.,  Jersey  City, 
N.J. 

George  Carnegie  Palmer, 

Miller  Rd.,  Morristown,  N.  J. 

Arthur  Webb  Parsons, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  85. 


Francis  Lister  Hawks  Pott,  Rev., 

L.  H.  B.,  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  86;  D.  D. 
Trinity  Coll.,  00,  and  Edinburgh,  10 ;_  pres.  St. 
John's  Univ.;  pres.  Educ.  Assn.,  China.  (St. 
John's  University,  Shanghai,  China.) 

William  Hawks  Pott,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  Ph.  D.,  86;  Clergyman; 
Archdeacon  Diocese  N.  Y.;  mem.  Columbia 
University  Club.  Synod  Hall,  110th  St.  and 
Amsterdam  Ave.,  and  2041,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Michael  Idvorsky  Pupin, 

A.  B.,  83;  Sc.  D.,  04;  Ph.  D.  Berlin,  89.  (Co- 
lumbia  University.) 

Eberhard  Lambert  Pupke, 

(86  Washington,   E.   Orange,  N.  J.) 

Alfred  Perego  Quimby* 
Adam  Rosenberg, 

A.  B.,  83;   LL.  B.,  85. 

Herbert  Livingston  Satterlep, 

A.  B.,  83;  B.  S.;  Ph.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  Ph. 
D.  and  LL.  B.,  85;  asst.  sec.  Navy,  08-09. 
(37  E.  36th  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Henry  Schmelzel, 

A.  B.,  83;  Barnard  Lit.  See;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
treas.  N.  Y.  Bible  Soc;  do.  Session  Fifth 
Ave.  Presby.  Church;  sch.  com.  Mechanics' 
and  Tradesmen's  Sch.;  mem.  Union  League, 
New  York  Athletic,  Columbia  Univ.,  Hard- 
ware, Rumson  Country  and  Economic  Clubs; 
St.  Nicholas  and  War  of  1812  Socs.,  and 
Chamber  of  Commerce.  18  W.  56th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Erit  Bartholomew  Schmitt, 

A.  B.,  83;  'Clerg.;  trustee  Aged  and  Infirm 
Clergy  Fund,  and  Clergyman's  Retiring  Fund. 
158  S.  Cliff  St.,  Ansonia,  Conn. 

Sydney  A.  Smith, 

A.  B.,  83,  Williams;  Psi  Upsilon;  mem.  Univ. 
and  Lotos  Clubs.  42  Linden  Ave.,  Ehgle- 
wood,   N.  J. 

Eben  Hurd  Pray  Squire, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B..  85;  Delta  Tau  Delta; 
Lawyer;  sec.  Bd.  of  Health;  trustee  and  pres. 
village.  White  Plains:  Corp.  counsel  city  White 
Plains;  pres.'  White  Plains  University  Club; 
justice  of  peace:  sec.  Westchester  Co.  Hist. 
Soc;  mem.  Alumni,  U.  S.  Bar,  N.  Y.  State 
Bar  and  Westchester  Co.  Bar  Assns.;  White 
Plains  Univ  Club;  Soc.  Med.  Jurisprudence; 
Elks  and  Spanish  War  Veterans,  etc.  2  Grand 
St.  and  33  Barker  Ave.,  White  Plains,  N.  Y. 

Samuel  Edgar  Stilwell, 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  Ph.  D.,  86;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Fellowship  Sci.,  83-86;  Actuary  Ohio 
State  Ins.  Dept.,.  00  to  date;  prof.  Math..  Al- 
legheny Colly  86-89;  asst.  Actuary  Penn.  Mut. 
Life  Ins.  C,o.,  89-94;  connected  with  John 
Hancock  Xiife  Ins.  Co.,  96-00.  State  Insurance 
Dept.,   Columbus,   Ohio. 

Giraud  Foster  Thomson, 

A.  B.,  83;  Lawyer;  member  Union  and  Univer- 
sity (ilubs  and  Down  Town  Assn.  141  B'way. 
and  128  Central  Park  South,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Green  Van  Blarcom,* 

d.   1906. 


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[1883-84' 


T.  Henry  Walter, 

A.  B.,  83;  Psi  Psi;  Early  Eighties;  Stock 
Broker;  mem.  Univ.,  Metropolitan,  Siding, 
Columbia  Univ.  Clubs  and  Alumni  Assn.'  i6 
Wall  and  54  W.  51st  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Hugo  Julius  Walther,*  . 

A.   B.,   83;    A.    M.,   85;    Ph.   D.,   86.     d.    1896. 

Hamilton  Fish  Webster, 

A.  B.,  83;  LL.  B.,  86.  (Pen  Craig  Cottage, 
Newport,   R.   I.) 

John  Castree  West, 

A.  B.,  83;  A.  M.,  84;  LL.  B.,  85.  (206  Broad- 
way, N.  Y.   C.) 

Albert  Romeyn  Zabriskie,* 

d.    1898. 

1884 

Edgar  Storm  Appleby, 

A.  B.,  84;  LL.  B.,  86;  Lawyer.  192  B'way.  N. 
Y  C,  and  216  Central  Pk.  Sq.,  Glen  Cove, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

John  Conger  Baker, 

(Great    Neck,    N.    Y.) 

Walter  Gillette  Bates,* 

A.  B.,  84;   A.   M.,  85.     d.   1893. 

Augustus  Emil  Bechstein, 

(58  W.  47th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  Miller  Cameron,* 

A.  B.,  84;  Ph.  B.,  84.     d.  1895. 

Charles  Madison  Cannon, 

A.  B.,  84;   LL.   B.,  86;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Lawyer;    mem.    St.    Nicholas,    State    and    City 
Bar  Assns.,  Columbia  Univ.  Club.     135  Broad- 
■    way  and  303  W.  76th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Christopher  Robert  Carter, 

A.  B.,  84;  Delta,  Tau  Delta;  real  estate;  mem. 
Early  Eighties,  Alumni  -  Assn.  of  Columbia 
Coll.  45  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  840  Salem 
Rd.,    Elizabeth,  N.  J. 

Oliver  Edward  Coles,* 

A.   B.,   84;   Ph.   B.,  84. 

Joseph  Wood  Cushman, 

A.  B.,  84;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  real  estate;  trustee 
Samaritan  Home;  mem.  University,  (Columbia 
University,  Alpha  Delta  Phi,  Columbia  and 
Church  Clubs.  240  W.  23d  St.  and  515  Madi- 
son  Ave.,   N.   Y.   C 

William  Scofield  Day, 

A.  B.,  84;  Ph.  D.,  97,  Johns  Hopkins  Univ.; 
Barnard  Lit.  Assn.;  scholarship,  Phy.sics,  83; 
Lecturer  (Physics),  Columbia  Univ.;  trustee 
and  treas.  Free  Public  Library  (Summit, 
N.  J.)  mem.  City  (N.  Y.  C),  Highland  and 
Canoe  Brook  Country  (both  Summit,  N.  J.) 
Clubs.  Columbia  Univ.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  220 
Hobart   Ave.,    Summit,   N.   J. 

Charles  Joseph  Deghuee,* 

A.  B.  84;  A.  M.,  85;  L.  H.  D.,  86;  1st  honor 
man  at  graduation;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Latin 
Master,  Trinity  School  (N.  Y.),  96  to  time 
of  death;  asst.  in  Spanish,  83-84;  instr.  do., 
84-87;  Univ.  fellow  in  Letters,  84-87;  hon. 
fellow  87-89;  prin.  Deghuee  Acad.,  03-06; 
reader  in  Latin  Coll.  Entrance  Exam.  Bd.,  01- 


15;  mem.  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Alumni  (N.  Y.); 
Soc.  of  the  Early  Eighties,  d.  Oct.  17,  1915, 
Brooklyn,    N.    Y. 

Daniel  Kilham  Dodge, 

A.  B.,  84;  A.  M.,  85;  Ph.  D.,  86;  Peithologian; 
prof.  English,  Univ.  Illinois;  sec.  Bd.  Religious 
Educ,  Diocese  of  Springfield;  alternate  del., 
Genl.  Conv.  P.  E.  Ch.;  fire  and  police  commr.; 
mem.  Univ.  Club  (Urbana).  Univ.  of  111., 
Urbana  and  806  W.  Green  St.,  Champaign,  111. 

John  William  Dowling,* 

M.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ.  and  N.  Y.  Homeo,  Med. 
Coll.,  86. 

Joseph  Hart  Durkee,* 

d.    1898. 

Arthur  Dwight,* 

d.    1885 

Duncan  Elliot, 

(Manila,  P.  I.) 

Frank  Eno  Ellis, 

Private  Sec.  to  the  late  William  Allen  Butler; 
mem.  N.  Y.  State  Commandery,  Milit.  Order, 
Loyal  Legion  of  U.  S.  54  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  203  Warburton  Ave.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Charles  H.  Genung, 

A.  B.,  84;  Ph.  B.,  84.  16  Gramercy  Park,  N. 
Y.  C. 

J.  Bloomfield  Harriot, 

A.    B.,   84;    Psi   Upsilon.      Seabright,   N.   J. 

George  Washington  Harris, 

Ph.  B.,  84;  LL.  B.,  89.  (31  Union  Lane,  Mt. 
Vernon,  N.  Y.)  ' 

Theodore  W.  Harris, 

A.  B.,  84;  A.  M.,  98,  N.  Y._  Univ.;  B.  Lit. 
Soc;  Clergyman;  Columbia  Club,  Homer,  N. 
Y.;  Cincinnatus  and  53  N.  Main  St.,  Homer, 
N.  Y. 

Henry  Skinner  Hathaway, 

A.  B.,  84;  Ph.  B.,  84;  M.  D.,  90;  N.  .Y. 
Hom.  Med.  Coll.,  and  Flower  Hosp.,  91; 
Peithologian  Soc;  Phys.  to  Metropolitan  Hosp.; 
mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club.  320  Central  Pk. 
W.,  and  104  W.  70th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Hasbrouck  Haviland* 
Ambrose  Dyer  Henry, 

A.  B.,  84;  Delta  Psi;  Philolexian;  Broker; 
Alumni  trustee;  mem.  University,  Metropolitan, 
Racquet  and  Tennis,  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs. 
71    Broadway   and    16   E.    60th    St.,   N.    Y.   C. 

William  Mitchell  Vail  Hoffman, 

(35   W.   51st   St.,   N.   Y.   C.) 

George  Albert  Holden,* 

A.  B.,  84;  Psi  Upsilon;  Broker;  mem.  Univer- 
sity, Metropolitan  and  Riding  Clubs,  d.  May 
18,    1916. 

George  Benjamin  Hussey, 

A.  B.,  84;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.  Johns  Hopkins, 
87;  scholarship  in  Greek  (83);  do.  in  Mechanics 
(83);  Alumni  Prize  (84);  Chanler  Hist.  Prize, 
84;  Teacher.  142  N.  Arlington  Ave.,  E.  Orange. 
N.  J. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


149 


J.  Foster  Jenkins, 

Psi  Upsilon;  1st  place,  broad  jump,  81-82  Inter- 
coll.;  1st  place,  120-yds.  hurdle,  82;  2d  place 
100  and  220  yds.,  81;  Tax  and  Land  Dept.,  N. 
Y.  C.  &  H.  R.  R.  R.  Co.;  Police  Commr.  City 
of  Yonkers,  93-00:  mem.  Col.  Univ.  Club. 
Grand  Centl.  Terminal,  N.  Y.  C.  and  149  N. 
Bway.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Obadiah  Wilbur  Kitchell, 

A.  B.,  84;  Ph.  B.,  84;  A.  M.,  86;  Sc.  tl.,  Buck- 
nell,  99.     (24  Newark  St.,  Newark,  N.  J.) 

Barclay  Etchebery  Ver  Planck  Mc- 
Carty, 

A.  B.,  84;  Ph.  B.,  84;  A.  M.,  85;  LL.  B., 
86.     (3  S.  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Robert  Nelson  McLaren,* 

d.    1892. 

Norman  Fairlie  Nelson, 

(218    Broadway,    Flushing,    N.    Y.    C.) 

Eben  William  Newton, 

(1019  Ohio  Bldg.,  Toledo,  Ohio.) 

George  William  Ogden, 

A.  B.,  84;  Farmer;  mem.  Conn.  Legislature, 
95-07.     Wilton,  Conn. 

Edward  Mills  Perry, 

A.  B.,  84;  A.  M.,  85;  LL.  B.,  86;  Delta 
Kappa  Epsilon;  Valedictorian;  Class  Day 
Orator;  English  prize  (freshman  yr.);  Consti- 
tutional Law  (Law  School);  Lawyer;  attorney 
Title  Guarantee  &  Trust  Company;  ex-assistant 
corporation  counsel,  Brooklyn,  95-96;  member 
Crescent  Athletic  (^lub.  175  Remsen  St.  and 
909    Sterling  PI.,   Brooklyn,   N.   Y. 

George  Willard  Plum, 

Ph.  B.,     84.      (17  Battery  PI.,  N.  Y.   C.) 

Charles  Antonio  Rapallo, 

A.  B.,  84;  Delta  Psi;  member  freshman  crew, 
'Varsity  football  and  track  teams;  secretary 
Robeson  Process  Company:  director  Robeson 
Process  Company  and  Aestner  Evaporator 
Company;  member  Columbia  University  Club. 
18  E.  41st  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Greens  Farms, 
Conn.  ^ 

Frederick  Gore  Richards,* 

■      LL.   B.,  86.     d.   1892. 

Jacob  Hayward  Roberts, 

(Hempstead,   N.   Y.) 

Winthrop  Rutherfurd, 

(Allamuchyj    N.    J.) 

William  Robert  Skidmore,* 

LL.  B.,  88.     d.  1893. 

John  Ruggles  Slack,* 

M.    E.    Stevens   Inst.   Tech.,   86. 

Creighton  Spencer-Mounsey, 

Grad.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  87.  (P.  O.  Box  42, 
Bisbee,   Ariz.) 

John  Bright  Stevens, 

A.  B.,  84;  LL.  B.,  86;  Peithologian  Lit.  Soc: 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer.  176  Broadway, 
N.  Y.  C,  and  New  BrigBton.  S.  I..  N.  Y. 


Charles  Taber, 

Delta  Psi;  mem.  City  Club.  55  W.  44th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  Phalanx,  Monmouth  Co.,  N.  J. 

Herbert  C.  Taylor, 

A.  B..,  84;  Stock  Broker;  mem.  University  and 
New  York ,  City  Clubs.  60  Broadway  and  224 
W.   70th   St.,   N.  Y.   C. 

Daniel  Wade  Tears, 

A.  B.,  84;  Lawyer;  mem.  University  (N.  Y.), 
Denver,  University  and  Denver  Country 
Clubs;  Assn.  of  the  Bar  of  the  City  of  N.  Y.; 
■  American  Bar  Assn. ;  Met.  Museum  of  Art  and 
Assn.  of  the  Alumni  of  Columbia  College. 
624  Foster  Bldg.  and  1200  Williams  St.,  Denver, 
Colo. 

Lincoln  Van  Cott, 

(Pequannock,  N..  J.) 

Jonathan  Mayhew  Wainwright, 

Ph.B.,  84;  LL.B.,  86;  A.  M.,  (Hon.),  08;  mem. 
N.  Y.  Assembly,  02-08;  N.  Y.  Senate,  09-12. 
(Rye,  N.  Y.) 

John  Tempest  Walker, 

(69  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Henry  Ward,  Jr., 

LL.B.,  86.    (Highland  Rd.,  Rye.  N.  Y.) 

William  H.  Wetmore, 

A.  B.,  84;  Psi  Upsilon;  Lumberman;  Lieut.  (J- 
G.)  Commanding  1st  Sep.  Div.,  Naval  Militia, 
N.  Y.  S.,  (98-99)';  mem.  University  Club.  118 
E.  28th  and  1  W.  54th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C.    ^ 

James  Russell  White,* 

LL.  B.,  86.     d.  1886. 

Alexander  Edward  Williams,* 

d.   1884.  • 

1885 


Elbert  Francis  Baldwin, 

,  A.  M.,  86,  Williams;  LL.  B.,  87,  do.;  Delta  Psi; 
Editor;  mem.  Century  Assn.,  Univ.  Arts  and 
Co.  Clubs,  Lakewood.  The  Outlook,  381,  4th 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Lakewood,  N.  J. 

Jared  G.  Baldwin,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  85;  A.  M.,  86;  LL.B.,  87;  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  Philolexian;  mem.  Metropolitan,  Union 
League  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs;  Bar  Assn. 
and  Sons  of  Revolution.  145  W.  58th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Henry  Anthon  Bostwick  [Jr.], 

(387  Fourth  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Temple  Bowdoin,* 

d.  Dec.  2,  1914. 

Odie  [Patrick]   Brennan,*' 

d.  1901. 

Matthew  Van  Benschoten  Brinker- 
hoff, 

A.  B.,  85;  Merchant;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  Club. 
320  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  140  Berkeley  Ave., 
Orange,  N.  J. 


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[188S 


John  Scott  Browning, 

A.  B.,  85;  Merchant;  treas.,  Browning,  King  & 
Co.;  mem.  Univ.,  Union  League  and  Merchants' 
Clubs.  16  Cooper  Sq.  W.  and  22  E.  75th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Livingston  Burrill, 

(8  W.  48th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Hamilton  Cady,  Rev.,* 

B.  D.  Genl,  Theol.  Sem.,  89.     d.  1902. 

James  Marsh  Chapman, 

LL.  B.,  94,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Lawyer;  Alder- 
man, Perth  Amboy,  N.  J.,  89-95;  mem.  Assn. 
of  the  Bar  of  the  City  of  N.  Y.  10  Wall  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  80  Rector  St.,  Perth  Amboy,  N.  J. 

William  Francis  Chase,* 

A.  B.,  85;  Fellowship;  Teacher.  418  Central 
Park,  W.    d.  July  20th,   1915. 

Charles  Alfred  Christian, 

Manager.    (30  Prospect,  E.  Orange,  N.  J.) 

Alexander  Coles,* 

d.   April    19th,    1912. 

Nicholas  Evertson  Crosby, 

A.  M.,  Princeton,  86;  Ph.  D.,  92.  (^9  W.  55th 
St.,  N,  Y.  C.) 

Samuel  Derickson,  Jr., 

M.  D.,  90.    (Bedford  Center,  N.  Y.) 

Fletcher  Dimick,* 

LL.B.,  87.    d.  1888. 

Herbert  Spencer  Dormitzer, 

A.  B.,  85;  Peithologian  and  Barnard  Debating 
Societies;  coxswain  class  and  Varsity  crews; 
sales  mgr.  Hemengway  Bartlett  Silk  Co.  Care 
Hemengway  Bartlett  Silk  Co.,  Watertown, 
Conn,  and  Woodbury,  Conn. 

George  Drew  Egbert, 

A.  B.,  85;  Alumni  prize;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Clerg. ;  on  Sch.  Com.  appointed  by  Mayor; 
mem.  Delta  Upsilon  Club,  N.  Y.  77  Bowne 
Ave.,  Flushing,  N.  Y.. 

Thomas  Ewing, 

A.  B.,  85;  A.  M.,  86;  LL.  B.,  90,  Georgetown 
Univ.;  LL.D.,  14,  do;  Sigma  Chi;  Barnard 
Lit.  Soc. ;  scholarship  in  English ;  fellowship  in 
Sci.;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  School, 
Police  and  Hosp.  Bds.,  (Yonkers),  97-13; 
Commr  Patents  13  to  date;  mem.  Univ.  and 
Columbia  Univ.  Clubs,  (N.  Y.  C);  Univ.  and 
Met.  Clubs,  (D.  C).  Patent  Office  and  1607 
H  St.,  N.  W.,  Wash.,  D.  C. 

Thomas  Scott  Fiske, 

A.  B.,  85;  A.  M.,  86;  Ph.D.,  88;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa,  85;  Fellow  and  assistant  in  Mathe- 
matics, 85-88;  Tutor,  88-91;  Instructor,  91-94; 
Adjunct  Professor  of  Mathematics,  94-97;  Pro- 
fessor Mathematics  since  97;  Head  of  Depart- 
lege,  1915;  Secretary  College  Entrance  Examin- 
ing Board  since  02;  member  (and  Founder)  of 
the  American  Mathematical  Society ;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer  of  same,  88-91;  Secretary,  91- 
95;  Vice-President,  98-01;  President,  02-04; 
Fellow  of  American  Association  for  Advance- 
ment of  Science;  member'  of  Association  of 
Teachers  of  Mathematics  of  Middle  States  and 
Maryland,  (President,  05-06) ;  Isst  Chairman 
(06-07)  of  the  Council  of  American  Federation 
of  Teachers  of  Mathematics  and  Natural 
Science;      Chairman      of      Sub-Committee      on 


Mathematical  Examinations  in  America  of  the 
International  Commission  on  the  Teaching  of 
Mathematics  11;  Examiner  in  Mathematics,  New 
York  State  Education  Department,  09-11;  mem- 
ber London  Mathematical  Society  and  Circolo 
Mathematico  di  Palermo;  Editor  of  the  Bulle- 
tin of  the  American  Mathematical  Society,  91-99; 
Transactions  of  the  American  Mathematical 
,  Society,  00-05;  member  Columbia  University 
Club.  Columbia  University  and  527  W.  110th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Samuel  Odell  Fowler,* 

d.   1893. 

John  Wesley  French,* 

d.    1900. 

Thomas  B.  Gilford,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  85;  A.  M.,  86;  LL.B.,  87;  Peithologian 
Soc;  Lawyer;  mem.  Metropol.,  Manhattan,  N. 
Y.  Athletic,  Squadron  A  and  Upper  Eighties 
Clubs;  St.  Nicholas  and  Col.  Univ.  Alumni 
Assns.    51  E.  53d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  M.  Gray, 

A.  B.,  85;  Delta  Phi;  pres.  of  Athletic  Assn., 
senior  year;  Merchant;  mem.  Univers.,  Cal- 
umet, Merchants,  and  Baltusreol  Golf  Clubs. 
5  Worth  and  25  E.  5th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  P.  Heinze, 

A.  B.,  85;  LL.B.,  88;  Peithologian;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  scholarship  in  history;  Lawyer; 
Banker  and  Corporation  Officer;  member  Hamil- 
ton, Crescent  Athletic,  Alcyone  (Brooklyn), 
Silver  Bow  (Butte,  Mont.)  and  Helena  (Helena, 
Mont.)  Clubs,  Down  Town  Association, 
Deutscher  Verein  (N.  Y.)  and  Karlsruhensia 
of  Heidelberg,  Germany.  42  Broadway,  N.  Y. 
C.  and  Beverly  Road,  Kensington,  Great  Neck, 
L.   I.,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Lewis  Hildreth, 

(Southampton,  N.  Y.) 

Ernest  C.  Hunt, 

LL.  B.,— ,  N.  Y.  U.;  Delta  Tau  Delta;  85  Arts 
Crew,  Stroke  rowed  4  '85  crew,  Col.  vs.  Harv- 
ard; Sec.  Hunter  Coll.,  N.  Y.  C;  mem.  3d 
Ward  Rep.  Club,  Flushing,  L.  I. ;  Flushing  Assn. 
and  Soc.  Upper  Eighties.  Park  Ave.  and  68th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  185  Central  Ave.,  Flushing, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

George  Hyatt, 

(7  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Robert  Ingram  Brown  lUman,  Rev., 

Ph.  D.,  92;  B.  D.,  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  88. 
(Groton,  Vt.) 

[Levi]  Harold  Jacoby, 

Ph.D.,   95.     (Columbia  University.) 

Austin  Price  Kelley, 

A.  B.,  85;  Delta  Phi;  Stock  Broker.  35  Wall 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Dongan  Hills,  Stolen  Island, 
N.  Y. 

Henry  Bernard  Kellner, 

(226  Sixth  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Robert  Coleman  K^emp, 

A.  B.,  85;  M.  D.,  89;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  First  Honor  Class  (No.  3  in 
class) ;  Philolexian  prize  in  oratory;  senior  year; 
English  Commencement  Orator,  85;  bicycle 
racer  and  winner  interclass  contests,  o2; 
junior  class  football  team;  Physician,  special- 
ist  in   gastro-intestinal   diseases;    professor  of 


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151 


same  at  Fordham  University  Medical  School; 
formerly  Junior  Physician  Roosevelt  Hospital; 
and  gastro-enterologist,  Red  Cross  Hospital; 
St.  Bartholomew  Clinic  and  West  Side  German 
Dispensary;  member  Am.  of  Medicine,  American 
Therapeutic  and  Am.  Urological  Socs.,  Roose- 
velt Alumni  and  Gastro-Enterology  Club  of 
N.  Y. 

Henry  Van  Rensselaer  Kennedy, 

(40  E.  52d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Alexander  Darwin  Keyes, 

A.  B.,  85;  LL.  B.,  87;  Delta  Tau  Delta;  Law- 
yer; Pres.  Humboldt  Savings'  Bank  (San  Fran- 
cisco) ;  mem.  Pacific  and  Union  Clubs  (San 
Francisco);  Bar  Assn.  (S.  F.)  and  Cal.  Bar 
Assn.  785  Market  St.  and  3476  Jackson  St., 
San  Francisco,  Cal. 

Harry  Kearsarge  Knapp, 

A.  B.,  85;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  mem.  Jockey,  Union,  Racquet  and 
Tennis,  Westminster  Kennel  and  Columbia 
University  Clubs.  61  Broadway  and  34  E. 
35th  St.,   N.  Y.   C. 

Jesse  Hoyt  Leonard, 

Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Real  Estate;  mem.  Uncondi- 
tional and  Country  Clubs.  61  Maiden  Lane, 
Albany,  N  Y. 

Nelson  Glenn  McCrea, 

A.  B.,  85;  A.  M.,  86;  Ph.H.,  88;  Delta  Upsilon; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  'Barnard  Lit.  Soc. ;  two  prize 
scholarships  in  Latin,  two  in  Greek,  one  in 
History;  Author;  Prof,  of  Latin  and  Litera- 
ture; University  Fellow  in  Letters,  85-88; 
pres.  N.  Y.  Latin  Cluby  12-14;  acting  sec.-treas. 
College  Entrance  Exam.  Bd.,  07-08  and  Oct. 
IS-Feb;  16;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club. 
Columbia  University  and  430  W.  119th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Halsted  Mapes, 

A.  B.,  85;  Ph.B.,  89;  Psi  Upsilon;  intercoll. 
broad  jump  championship;  Mfr.  Fertilizers; 
vice-pres.  Mapes  Formula  and  Peruvian  Guano 
Co.;  mem.  Univ.,  Racquet,  Col.  Univ.  and 
Metropolitan  Opera  Clubs.  143  Liberty  and 
140  W.  57th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Everett  Hasten, 

LL.B.,  87.    (333  Central  Park  W.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  John  Milhau, 

Ph.G.,  N.  Y.  Coll.  Pharmaty. 

Robert  Dorsey  Murray, 

A.  B.,  85;  LL.B.,  87;  Chairman  Commence- 
ment Committee;  Lawyer;  President  Manhat- 
tan Beach  Estates  and  the  Corbin  Liquidation 
Company;  member  University,  New  York 
Athletic  and  Reform  Clubs;  Bar  Association 
City  of  New  York.  5  Nassau  St.  and  112  W. 
72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  N.  Y. 

Van  Horne  Norrie, 

A.  B.,  85;  M.  D.,  89;  Delta  Psi;  Harsen  prize; 
Physician;  Professor  Clinical  Medicine,  Colum- 
bia University;  visiting  physician  Bellevue 
Hospital;  consulting  physician  St.  Luke's 
Hospita;  do..  Neurological  Institute;  member 
A.  M.  A.,  State,  County  and  Greater  New 
York  Medical  Societies;  University,,  Century, 
(jTolier  and  Harvey  Clubs;  Academy  Medicine; 
Patholog  Society ;  Medical  and  Surg.  Associ- 
ation.   21  W.  37th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Guy  Dayton  Peck, 

(Plainfield,  N.  J.) 


Robert  Randolph  Perkins, 

A.  B.,  85;  Real  Estate.  51  Chambers  St.  and 
457    W.    153d    St..   N.   Y.    C. 

Arden  M.  Robbins, 

A.  B.,  85;  Delta  Psi;  retired;  Interne  Bell, 
and  Allied  Hosps.;  mem.  Metropolitan,  Racquet, 
Turf  and  Field.  Garden  City  Golf  and  St. 
Andrew's  Golf  Clubs.     9  E.  36th  St.  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Stillman  Robbins, 
John  Albert  Ryerson,* 

d.     1910. 

Samuel  T.  Shaw, 

Retired;  mem.  N.  G.  Yacht,  N.  Y.  Athletic, 
*  Salmagundi  and  Seawanhaka  Yacht  Clubs.  280 
W.  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edmund  Banks  Smith, 

A.  M.,  89,—;  D.  D.,   14,   St.    Stephen's   Coll.: 

B.  D.,  89,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.;  Vicar  St.  Co/- 
nelius  Chapel,  Trinity  Parish,  N.  Y.;  Chaplain 
U.  S.  A.,  Governors  Is.;  mem.  Governors'  Is. 
ulub.  5  General's  Row,  Governors  Isl.,  N.  Y. 
C. 

George  Downing  Sparks,  Rev.,* 

B.    D.    Camb.    Theol.    Sch.,   90. 

Grant  Squires, 

A.  B.,  85;  LL.  B.,  87  (cum  laude);  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  Lawyer;  Lieut.  U.  S.  Army  Signal 
Corps;  Military  Censor  for  U.  S.  Govt,  in 
Spanish -Am.  War;  mem.  Bd.  of  Trustees  Natl. 
Geographic  Soc.  of  Washington,  D.  C.,  Union 
League  Club,  Army  and  Navy  Club  (Wash., 
D.  C.),  Fellow  Royal  Geog.  Soc.  of  England, 
American  Geog.  Soc.  and  National  Geog.  Soc; 
mem.  of  the  Corp.  and  Fellow  in  Perpetuity 
Met.  Museum  of  Art.  299  Madison  Ave.-  and 
260  W.   76th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Lincoln  Stabler, 

A.  B.,  85;  A.  M.,  86;  Ph.  D.,  88;  Barnard 
Literary  Society;  Mathematical  Scholarsip  (2); 
junior  Physics  Scholarship  (3);  2d  assistant 
secretary;  with  Central  Leather  and  various 
other  Companys.  17  Battery  PI.,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
135   Willow    St.,   Brooklyn.   N.   Y. 

Emil  Felix  Stoiber,* 

A.    M..   87.      d.    1887. 

William  Wallace  Sturges, 

(68   Broad   St..   N.   Y.   C.) 

George  M.  Thomson, 

A.  B.,  85;  Lawyer;  mem.  Union  and  New  York 
Athletic  Clubs.  141  Broadway  and  128  Cen- 
tral Park  S..  N.  Y.   C. 

George  Ends  Throop, 

A.  B.,  85;  Zeta  Psi;  Advertising;  President 
Columbia  Alumni  Assn.  Illinois;  member 
Onwentia  and  University  Clubs.  803  Tower 
Building,    6    N.    Michigan    Ave.,    Chicago,    111. 

Arthur  Bronson  Townsend,* 

d.    1907. 

Warren  Van  Kleeck,* 

d.   1894. 

Frank  Tyng  Warburton, 

A.  B.,  85;  LL.  B.,  88;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Law- 
yer; mem.  Columbia  Univ.  and  Church  Clubs. 
68  William  St.  and  1067  Madison  Ave.,  N. 
Y.    C. 


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[1885-86 


Edmund  Atwill  Wasson, 

A.  M..  87;  Ph.  D.,  88.     (London,  England.) 

Robert  Weil,* 

A  B.,  85;  A.  M.,  86;  Ph.  D.,  88;  LL.  B., 
91.     d.   1906. 

Walter  Wheeler, 

(Stratford,  Conn.) 

Henry  Hyde  Whitman, 

A.  B.,  85;  Lawyer;  assistant  counsel  Public 
Service  Commission,  First  District;  member 
University  Club  and  Association  of  the  Bar. 
154  Nassau  St.  and  103  E.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Samuel  Williams, 

Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Real  Estate;  mem. 
Thomas  Hunter  and  Col.  Alumni  Assns.  110 
W.   128th  St.    N.  Y.  C. 

Waldron  Williams, 

A.  B.,  85;  LL.  B.,  87;  Psi  Upsilon;  president 
of  companies  developing  patents;  director 
Utilities  Company;  member  University,  Colum- 
bia University,  .  Apawamis,  Racquet,  Ten- 
nis and  Aero  (Aviation)  Clubs;  Lawyers'  As- 
sociation. 114  Liberty  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Rye, 
N.  Y. 

Maurice  Sonze  Wormser,* 

(Formerly  Maurice  Simon  Wormser.)     d.  1909. 

1886 

J.  Zabriskie  Ackerson,* 

d.    1900. 

Robert  Lawrence  Allen, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  87;  E.  M.,  88;  Fellow  in 
the  Observatory,  86-88.  28  Beach  St.,  E. 
Orange,  N,  J. 

Guy  Ayrault, 

(Groton,  Mass.) 

Alfred  Freeman  Baldwin, 

(8  E.  41st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Nack  Ballantine, 

A.  B.,  86;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Peithologian 
Soc;  Life  Ins.  256  Broadway  and  331  W. 
87th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Ellsworth  Maltby  Barry 
Francis  Seguine  Bayles, 

A.  B.,  86;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  honor  man;  In- 
surance Broker;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club. 
56  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  130  Greenwood 
Ave.,    Madison,    N.    J. 

John  Vernon  Bouvier,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  87;  LL.  B.,  88.  (141 
Broadway,   N.   Y.   C.) 

Hilary  Ranald  Chambers, 

Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Pres.  Natl.  Fire  and  Marine 
Ins.  Co.;  mem.  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Republican 
and  Drug  and  Chemical  Clubs;  Sons  of  Revolu- 
tion. Ill  William  St.  and  35  W.  71st  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Appleton  E.  Clark, 

A.  B.,  86';  LL.  B.,  88;  Delta  Psi;  Lawyer;  dir. 
Richmond  Co.  Bar  Assn.  and  chrmn.  Grieveance 
Com.;  mem.  Assn.  of  the  Bar,  City  of  N.  Y.; 
Richmond  Co.  Bar  Assn.;  City  Club;  St. 
Nicholas  Soc.  40  Wall  St..  N.  Y.  C.  and 
326    Westervelt    Ave.,    New    Brighton,    N.    Y. 


Richard  Cobden,  Rev., 

(St.  John's  Rectory,  Larchmont,  N.  Y.) 

Oscar  Joseph  Cohen,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  87.     d.   1901. 

Edward  Franklyn  Cole, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  87;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  editor 
Acta  Columbiana;  editor  Columbiad  86;  re- 
tired; member  New  York  Athletic,  Lotos 
(Ardsley),  Hamilton  (Brooklyn),  Englewood 
Country  and  Royal  Automobile  (London) 
Clubs.  3  Canyon  Circle,  Park  Hill,  Yonkers, 
N,  Y. 

Lincoln  Cromwell, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  87;  LL.  B.,  89;  Delta 
Kappa  Epsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  scholarship 
in  Mathematics  an(l  Physics;  partner  of  Wil- 
liam Iselin  &  Co.;  trustee  of  Hunter  Coll., 
City  Club  and  N.  Y.  Life  Ins.  and  Trust  Co.;  . 
mem.  Univ.,  Columbia  Univ.,  City  Manhattan, 
Grill  and  Baltnarol  Golf  Clubs.  357,  4th  Ave. 
and  711   Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  De  Witt, 

A.  B.,  86;  LL.  B.,  88;  Delta  Phi;  Lawyer; 
mem.  Columbia  University,  University  and 
Union  Clubs.  88  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
Chestnut   St.,   Englewood,  N.  J. 

Mortimer  Lamson  Earle,* 

A.  B.,  86;  A.   M.,  87;  Ph.  D.,  89.     d.  1905. 

Livingston  Emery, 

A.   B.,   86;   LL.   B.,  88.      (Nowood,   N.  J.) 

Charles  Dickens  Faber, 

A.   B.,   86.     (Montgomery,  Ala.) 

Ruford  Franklin, 

A.  B.,  86;  A. -M.,  87;  LL.  B.,  88;  Zeta  Psi; 
Lawyer;  mem.  City  (Jouncil,  Summit,  N.  J., 
99-08;  Mayor,  16;  mem.  Calumet  and  Amateur 
Comedy  Clubs  (N.  Y.  C.) ;  Highland  and 
Republican  Clubs  (Summit,  N.  J.).  34  Nas- 
sau St.,  N.  Y.  C.,-and  29  Norwood  Ave.,  Sum- 
mit, N.  J. 

Percy  H.  Fridenberg, 

A.  B.,  86;  M.  D.  90,  Strassburg,  Germany ; 
Chemistry  honor  (2);  fellow  American  Coll.; 
Surgs. ;  surgeon  attend.  (Dpthal.  Surg.  Lebanon 
Hosp.;  do.  Hosp.  Deformities;  jun.  surg.  N. 
Y.  Eye  and  Ear  Infirm.;  mem.  Columbia  Uni- 
versity Club  and  Alumni  Assn.  38  W.  59th  and 
272  W.  90th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Granville  William  Garth,* 

A.   B.,   86.     d.    1903. 

Samuel  Townsend  Gilford, 

A.  B.,  86;  LL.  B.,  88.  (473  Lexington  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Joseph  Reynolds  Guernsey,* 

A.  B.,  86;  LL.  B.,  89.     d.  1902. 

Leon  Harrison,  Rev., 

A.   B.,   86,  Temple   Israel    St.   Louis,  Mo. 

Elias  Burton  Hart,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  86.     (35  Pearl  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harry  Heilbrun, 

A.  B.,  86;  Peithologian;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Neck- 
wear Manufacturer;  mem.  Siwanay  Country 
Club.  846  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C,  and  240  Summit 
Ave.,  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


1S3 


Edward  William  Scudder  Johnston, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  87;  LL.  B.,  88.  (52  E.  75th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Pinckney  Kirkland,* 

d.  1911. 

De  Witt  Knox,* 

d.  1898. 

Joseph  Lawrence,* 

d.  1898. 

Robert  Ferine  Lee;  Jr., 

A.  B.,  86;  LL.  B.,  88.     (52  E.  63d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Lincoln  G.  McCormick, 

A.  B.,  86;  LL.  B..  89.     (Medford,  Ore.) 

Nathaniel  L.  McCready, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  87.     (4  E.  75th,  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Manice, 

A.  B.,  86:  LL.  B.,  88.  (55  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

.WilHam  Arabin  Meikleham, 

A.  B.,  86;  Treasurer;  mem.  University  and  Co- 
lumbia Uoiversity  Clubs.  801,  7th  Ave.,  N.  Y. 
C,  and  Short  Hills,  N.  J. 

John  Alvey  Mills,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  86.     (Fort  Sam  Houston,  Tex.) 

Theodore  Clarence  Mitchill, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  01;  prin.  Jamaica  High  Sch. 
(325  W.  56th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Caldwell  Morrison, 

A.  B.,  86;  M-.  D.,  89;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  1st 
English  oration  commencement  day;  Physician; 
staff  Homoeopathic  Hosp.  Essex  Co.;  attending 
phys.  Home  for  Aged;  mem.  N.  J.  Chiron  Club; 
Essex  Co.  Med.  Soc;  Horn.  Med.  Soc.  of  Essex 
Co.;  N.  J.  State  Horn.  Med.  Soc;  A.  M.  A. 
379,  7th  Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J. 

Grant  Notman, 

A.  B.,  86;  LL.  B.,  88.    (54  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Francis  Ulshoeffer  Paris, 

A.  B.,  86;  Delta  Phi;  .Banker;  mem.  Columbia 
University  and  Delta  Phi  Clubs.  120  Broadway 
and  124  E.  72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Liddon  Patterson, 

A.B.,  86;  LL.  B.,  88;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Alpha 
Beta  Kappa;  pres.  Philolexian  Soc,  86-87;  ed. 
Spectator,  84-86;  i^awyer;  mem.  Century,  Uni- 
versity, Rockaway  Hunting  and  Columbia  Uni 
versity  Clubs.    71  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  B.  Post, 

A.  B.,  86;  Delta  Psi;  Philolexian  Soc;  Stock 
Broker;  mem.  Knickerbocker,  Union,  Metropoli- 
tan, Racquet  and  Tennis,  St.  Anthony,  Colum- 
bia Universitv,  India  House,  Midday,  Luncheon, 
Somerset  Hill,  Morristown.  Morristown  Golf  and 
Somerville  Golf  Clubs.  38  Wall  St.  and  3  E. 
51st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Randolph,* 

d.  1895. 

Louis  Joseph  Reckendorfer, 

A.  B.,  86;  Pres.  Am.  Lead  Pencil  Co.  (220 
Fifth  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Irving  Schmelzel; 

A.  B.,  86.     (48  W.  S9th  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 


Cornelius  Van  Vorst  Sewell, 

Zeta  Psi;  Arch,  and  Real  Est.;  mem.  Col. 
Univ.,  Am.  Yacht,  Apawamis  Golf,  Ma- 
nursing  Island  and  Westchester  Polo  Clubs. 
Grace  Church  St.,  Rye,  N.  Y. 

Nelson  Shipman, 

A.  B.,  86;  Lawyer;  member  firm  of  Choate, 
Larocque  &  Mitcliell ;  member  Association  of  the 
Bar.    40  Wall  and  126  E.  25th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Gustave  Simonson, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.,  92;  Interpreter  Supreme 
Court  (N.  Y.);  mem.  Authors,  Manhattan  Chess 
(N.  Y.  C.)  and  Authors'  Clubs,  (London). 
County  Court  House  and  57  W.  51st  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

John  Elmer  Simpson,* 

A.  B.,  86;  LL.  B.,  88.    d.  1896. 

Samuel  T.  Skidmore, 

A.  B.,  86;  Ph.  B.,  89;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  mem. 
Union,  University  (N.  Y.)  Clubs.  52  Madison 
Ave.,  Lakewood,  N.  J.,  and  East  Hampton,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Joseph  Gould  Snyder, 

A.  B.,  86;  B.  D.,  89,  Union  Theol.  Sem.;  Delta 
Upsilon;  $50  prize  deserving  student  record  4 
yrs. ;  Phi  Beta  Kappa ;  pastor  Olivet  Presb.  Ch. ; 
stated  C!k.  Bkln.  Presby.  506  Bergen  St.  and 
9,  8th- Ave.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Erwin  Shepard  Spink, 

A.  B.,  86;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Teacher;  headmaster  Woodland  Sch.;  prin. 
Polytech.  Prep.  Sch.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.;.  headmaster 
"The  Mountain  Sch."  Allaben,  N.  Y.;  headmas- 
ter Woodland  Sch.,  Phoenicia,  N.  Y.  Wood- 
land School,  Phoenicia,  N.  Y. 

John  DeWitt  Sterry, 

Zeta  Psi;  Drugs.     79  Pine  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  T.  Titus, 

A.  B.,  86;  law  degree  Albany,  Union  Univ.; 
Delta  Psi;  Lawyer;  mem.  Fort  Schuyler  Club, 
Utica,  N.  Y.  Utica  City  National  Bank  Bldg. 
and  1001  Miller  St.,  Utica,  N.  Y. 

Andrew  Malcolmson  Todd, 

A.  B.,  86.     (38  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Henry  Townsend, 

A.  B.,  86;  Delta  Psi;  mem.  N.  Y.  Stock  Ex- 
change; capt.  7th  Regt.,  N.  G.  S.  N.  Y.;  mem. 
University,  St.  Anthony,  N.  Y.  Athletic  and 
Stock  Exchange  Luncheon  Clubs;  Chamber  of 
Commerce.  53  Exchange  PI.  and  7  W.  87th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Milton  Haight  Turk, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.,  89,  Leipzig;' 
Barnard  Lit.  Assn.;  (2)  $100  prize  scholarship 
chemistry,  84;  (3)  $100  prize  scholarship,  Eng- 
lish, 85;  Professor  English  Language  and  Litera- 
ture; mem.  University  Club.  Hobart  College, 
Geneva,  N.  Y. 

Thomas  Lawrence  Wells, 

Delta  Phi;  Pres.  Manhattan  Storage  and  Ware- 
house Co.;  mem.  Union  Club  of  N.  Y. ;  Soc. 
Colonial  Wars,  St.  Nicholas  Soc.  Lexington 
Ave.  and  42d  St.  and  45  W.  47th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Elwood   [Ernest]   Worcester, 

A.  B.,  86;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.  Leipsic,  89; 
S.  T.  D.  Hobart  Coll.,  97;  D.  D.  Penn.,  98. 
(15  Newbury,  Boston,  Mass.) 


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[1887 


1887 

Sidney  Abenheim, 

A.  B.,  87;  Peithologian ;  Merchant;  mem.  Lotos 
and  Harmonie  Clubs;  Alumni  Assn.  4  Stone 
and  36  W.  35th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

P.  Chauncey  Anderson, 

A.  B.,  87;  Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  University 
and  Union  Clubs.  25  Broad  St.  and  128  E.  60th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Frederic  Bacon, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Psi;  class  crew  84,  85,  86  and 
87;  'Varsity  crew  87;  Commission  Merchant; 
mem.  firm  of  Bacon  &  Co.;  mem.  Knickerbocker, 
Racquet  and  Tennis,  St.  Anthony  and  Baltusrol 
Golf  Clubs.    92  Franklin  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Slocum  Barstow, 

A.  B.,  87;  Pres.  Associated  Gas  and  Elec.  Co. 
(Great  Neck,  N.  Y.) 

George  Butterfield  Bates, 

A.  B.,  87;  LL.  B.,  89.  (247  Waverley  PI., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Hull  Browning, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Psi;  Merchant;  member  Univer- 
sity, Union  League,  Merchants,  St.  Anthony, 
N.  Y.  Athletic,  Squadron  A,  Apawamis,  Ameri- 
can Yacht  Clubs.  16  Cooper  Sq.  and  18  W. 
54th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Hale  Brush, 

(Hollis  Ct.,  Queens,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Ferdinand  Byland,* 

A.  B.,  87;  A.  M.,  88.    d.  1899. 

Edward  N.  Crosby, 

A.  B.,  87;  Real  Estate;  mem.  Ardsley  and  Gar- 
den City  Golf  Clubs;  St.  Nicholas  Soc;  Sons  of 
Revolution  and  Colonial  Wars.  160  Broadway 
and  929,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Atherton  Curtis, 

A.  B.,  87.  (17  Rue  Notre  Dame  des  Champs, 
Paris,  France.) 

Charles  Seabury  Eytinge, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Upsilon;  Export  Shipping  Con- 
tractor; vice-president  Baldwin  Shipping  Com- 
pany, 8  and  10  Bridge  St.,  New  York  City. 
8  and  10  Bridge  St.  and  Hotel  Lucerne,  79th 
St.  and  Amsterdam  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Henry  Finck,* 

A.  B.,  87;  LL.  B.,  89.    d.  1901. 

Asa  Bird  Gardiner,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  coxswain  fresh- 
man crew,  1887;  coxswain  university  crew;  presi- 
dent and  general  manager;  member  City-Wide 
Congress,  Merchants'  and  Manufacturers'  As- 
sociation, Cit3\  Merchants'  and  Baltimore  Coun- 
try Clubs;  Historical  Society,  and  Columbia 
Alumni  Assn.  of  Md.:  Mt.  Moriah  Lodge,  No. 
116,  Ancient  Free  and  Accepted  Masons;  Balti- 
more Chapter,  No.  40;  Beauseant  Commandery, 
No.  8.  524  N.  Calvert  St.,  Baltimore  Md.,  and 
Cockeysville,  Md. 

William  Gasten, 

A.  B.,  87;  LL.  B.,  91;  Delta  Upsilon;  English 
scholarship,  86;  Latin  poems  at  commencement, 
87;  Lawyer;  member  Norwich  and  Chenango 
County  Motor  Club.  252  N.  Broad  St.,  Nor- 
wich, N.  Y. 


Maurice  Gottlieb  Gennert, 

A.  B.,  87;'  A.  M.,  88..  (490  Park,  Upper  Mont- 
clair,  N.  J.) 

George  Houghton. Gilman,  ..J 

A.  B.,  87;  A.  M.,  88;  LL.  B.,  92,  New  York 
Law  School;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Phi  JBetta 
Kappa;  freshman  scholarship  in  mathematics; 
fellowshij)  science.  87;  university  scholar 
mathematics,  Johns  Hopkins,  89;  fellow  in 
mathematics,  90;  Lawyer;  member  of  Univer- 
sity, New  York  Athletic  and  Bar  Associations." 
67  Wall  St.,  New  York  City. 

Charles  Franc  Goddard, 

A.  B.,  87;  A.  M.,  88;  LL.  B.,  89;  Alpha  Delta 
Phi;  prize  scholarship  history,  85;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Chanler  historical  prize,  87;  valedicto- 
rian, 87;  Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  University, 
Ouill  and  Alpha  Delta  Phi  Clubs;  Phi  Beta. 
Kappa  Alumni,  N.  Y.  15  William  St.  and  182 
W.  88th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Valentine  G.  Hall, 

A.    M.    and    LL.    B.    elsewhere;     Delta    Psi; 
Tennis  Championship  of  America  in  Doubles  and  , 
Singles;    Broker;    mem.    Racquet    and   Tennis, 
Knickerbocker  and  Union  Clubs.     11  Bway.  and 
20  Gramercy  Park,   N.  Y.  C. 

Mary  Parsons  Hankey,* 

A.  B.,  87;  L.  H.  B.     d.  1888. 

Maurice  H.  Harris, 

A.  B.,  87;  A.  M.,  88;  Ph.  D.,  89;  scholarship  in 
English  (freshman);  Clergyman;  Rabbi  Temple 
Israel,  Harlem ;  president  Eastern  Council  of 
Reform  Rabbis ;  President  Federation  Settle- ' 
ment;  director  New  York  State  Conference  of 
Religion;  director  and  one  of  founders  Jewish 
Protectory ;  author  "People  of  the  Book,"  3 
volumes;  "A  Thousand  Years  of  Jewish  His- 
tory" History  of  the  "Medieval  Jews";  Mod- 
ern Jewish  History"  and  "Sermons,"  3 
Volumes;  president  Graduate  Club;  member  Z. 

B.  T.     254  W.  103d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Sidney  Harris, 

A.  B.,  87;  LL.  B.,  89;  Delta  Psi;  'Varsity  foot, 
ball  team  83;  freshman  crew  84;  rowed  varsity 
crew  86  and  87,  defeating  Harvard  and  Uni- 
versity of  Pennsjrlvania  at  New  London;  Law- 
yer; admitted  to  bar  89;  formerly  member 
Municipal  Explosives  Commission;  Ashokan 
Highway  Commission;  member  American  Bar 
Association;  Association  Bar  City  of  New  York; 
Lawyers  County  Association;  Columbian  Order; 
Union,  St.  Anthony,  The  Brook  and  Meadow 
(Southampton)  Clubs.  61  Broadway  and  1'50 
E.  35th    St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Samuel  C.  Herriman, 

A.  B.,  87;  Psi  Upsilon;  Attorney-at-Law ;  mem. 
University,  Columbia  University  and  Apawamis 
Clubs  and  the  Bar  Assn.  30  Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  Rye,  N.  Y. 

H.  Holden, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Psi;  Broker;  mem.  St.  Anthony, 
University  and  Bankers  of  America  Clubs.  7 
Wall  St.  and  37  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  William  Hunter, 

A.  B.,  87;  A.  M.,  88;  LL.  B.,  89;  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  captain  freshman  tug-of-war;  Lawyer; 
trustee  Broadway  Savings  Institution]  treasurer 
and  trustee  Lutheran  Cemetery;  Author;  mem- 
ber Delta  Kappa  Epsilon  Club.  68  William  and 
127  E.  37th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


John 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


155 


Herman  Louis  Jacot,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  87.     d.  1895. 

John  Barrett  Kerfoot, 

A.  B.,  87;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Author  and  Critic. 
227  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Knapp, 

A.  B.,  87;  A.  M.,  88;  Ph.  D.,  90,  Barnard  Lit. 
Soc;  Scholaship  Prizes  after  Competitive  exam. 
Latin  and  Greek,  Fresh.,  Soph,  and  Junior  yrs.; 
prize  fellow  in  classes,  87-90;  Teacher;  Prof, 
of  Classical  Philol.,  12-15;  mem.  Exec.  Com. 
.Am.  Universal  Philol  Assn.  12-15-  Grand 
Commander  S.  N.  Y.  United  Order  Golden 
Cross,  99,  06,  09,  14,  16,  Faculty  and  Col.  Univ. 
Clubs.  Barnard  Coll.  and  1737  Sedgwick  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Willard  Hubbard  Lawton, 

Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Assoc.  Ed. 
Spectator;  Accountant;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  Alum- 
ni Club,  Phila.,  St.  Davids  Golf  and  Men's 
Clubs.     230  Windermere  Ave.,  Wayne,  Pa. 

Stuyvesant  Le  Roy, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Psi;  mem.  Knickerbocker  and 
Newport  Reading  Room  Clubs.  807,  5th  Ave., 
N.   Y.   C. 

Benoni  Lock  wood, 

LL.  B.,  96,  N.  Y.  U.;  Delta  Psi;  Alpha  Chapt.; 
Fresh.  Crew,  84;  'Varsity  Crew,  86-87;- Foot- 
ball Team,  84-85-86;  Dir.  Guayaquil  and  Tinto 
R.  R.  Co.  and  Chevrolet  Motor  Co.;  mem. 
Racquet  and  St.  Aijthony  Clubs  and  Bar  Assn. 
43  Cedar  St.  and  St.  Anthony  Club,,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Sellman  Mason, 

A.  B.,  87.  (263  Summit  Ave.,  Jersey  City, 
N.  J.) 

John  Mitchel  Page, 

A.  B.,  87;  B.  D.,  94,  General  Sem.;  Phil- 
olexian  Soc;  voted  most  faithful  and  de- 
serving student;  Chaplain  for  the  Epis,  Ch,  at 
the  Univ.  Illinois;  on  Standing  Com.  Diocese 
Springfield;  also  exam.  Chap.  Genl,  Conven- 
tion Epis.  Ch.,  10-16;  sec  Coramis.  Province 
of  Mid.  West  on  Universities;  mem.  Alumni 
Columbia  University;  G.  Y.  S.  Assns.;  Univer- 
sity Club,  University  Illinois.  1007  S.  Wright 
St.,  Champaign,  111. 

Alfred  Duane  Pell,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  87;  L.  H.  B.     d.  Mar.,  1901. 

James  Rankin  Plum,  Jr.,* 

A.  B..  87.     d.      1893. 

Louis  Rennes, 

A.  B.,  87;  LL.  B.,  89;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Delta 
Chapter,  Columbia;  graduated  with  the  highest 
honors  of  the  class,  87;  instructor  Greek  and 
Latin,  Columbia  Gramftiar  School,  89-99; 
Auditors'  Department,  New  York  Post  Office 
(Penn.  Terminal);  mem.  Finance  Committee  of 
the  Sterling  Republican  Club;  mem.  Sterling 
Republican  Club;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Delta  Chap- 
ter Associa,tion :  Life  member,' Columbia  College 
Alumni  Association.  Pennsylvania  Terminal 
Post  Office  Station  and  2047,  7th  Avenue.  N. 
Y.  C. 

Henry  Milton  Requa,  Jr.,* 

A.   B.,  87;   LL.   B.,   89.     d.    1896. 

Guy  Richards, 

A.  B.,  87;  LL.  B.,  89:  Delta  Psi:  Crew  (1),  84; 
'Varsity  crew,  85-86-87  (capt.) :  capt  of  track 
team;  sporting  ed.  Spectator;  .Col.  record  run- 


ning high  jump;  ed.  87,  Columbiad;  Banker; 
mem.  Rockaway  Hunting  and  Bankers  Clubs, 
16  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Woodmere,  L.  I.,  N. 
Y. 

Frederick  W.  Rothschild, 

Mines,  88;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.,  89;  Univ  Berlin 
Germany;  Real  Est.  and  Loans;  mem.  Harmonie 
and  North  Shore  Country  Clubs.  17  W.  42d 
and  32  W.  69th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Warren  E.  Sammis, 

A.  B.,  87;  A.  M.,  88  (Political  Sc.) ;  LL.  B.,  89; 
Delta  Upsilon;  Lawyer.  1  Liberty  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  50  Edgewater  Ave.,  Cliffside  Park,  N.  J. 

Charles  Edward  Sands, 

A.  B.,  87.     140  W.  57th  St.;  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Cornell  Sands, 

A.  B.,  87:  A.  M.,  88;  LL.  B.,  89.  (140  W.  57th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Godfrey  Saxe,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  87;  M.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ.,  92.     d.   1900. 

Edwards  Ogden  Schuyler,* 

A.  B.,  87.     d.   1905. 

George  Dundas  Scriba, 

A.  B.,  87:  A.  M.,  88:  LL.  B.,  89:  Phi  Delta 
Theta;  Philolexian;  Lawyer.  176  Bway,  N.  Y. 
C.  and  73,  2d  St.,  Garden  City,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Samuel  Sloan, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Psi;  vice-president  Farmers' 
Loan  &  Trust  Co.;  member  University,  Union, 
Racquet  and  Tennis,  Riding,  Automobile,  Met- 
ropolitan, Down  Town,  St.  Anthony,  Colony 
and  Columbia  University  Clubs.  20  William 
and  45  E.  53d  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  Hall  Snyder,* 

A.  B.,  87. 

Charles  Albert  Stevens,* 

A.  B.,  87.     d.  1901. 

Robert  Livingston  Stevens,* 

A.  B.,  87.     d.  1907. 

Harold  Strebeigh, 

A.  B..  87.     (542,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  Frederick  Ward, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Psi;  Philolexian;  University 
football  team,.  83-84;  class  crew,  84-87;  vice- 
president  class,  87  in  freshman  year;  Real 
Estate  Broker;  district  manager.  Security  Ware- 
housing Company,'  02-05;  assistant  secretary 
Federal  Union  Surety  Company,  05-07;  member 
St.  Anthony  and  Columbia  University  Clubs. 
8  E.  54th  St.  and  18  Gramercy  Park,  N.  Y.  C. 

Leonard  Dalton  White, 

A.  B.,  87;  Delta  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
scholarship  in  chemistry;  Stock  Broker;  mem. 
Columbia  Univ.  and  Great  Neck  Golf  Clubs. 
52  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Great  Neck  Sta.,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Edward  McKinstry  Whiting, 

A.  B.,  87;  Philolexian;  class  historian  and 
treas.;  class  day  orator;  Lawyer;  sch.  trustee; 
pres.  Natl.  Florist  Bd.  of  Trade  and  The  Jennie 
Clarkson  Home  for  Children;  mem.  Col.  Univ. 
Club;  Wash.  Continental  Guard;  N.  Y.  Bio- 
graphical and  Geographical  'Soc.  56  Pine  St. 
and  515  Cathedral  Parkway,  N.  Y.  C. 

Richard  Thornton  Wilson,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  87.     (511,  5th  Ave..  N.  Y.  C.) 


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[1888 


1888 

William  B.  Aitken, 

A.  B.,  88;  "A.  M.,  89;  Ph.  D.,  90;  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  Chandler  Hist,  prize;  Lawyer  and 
ores.  Bronx  Savings  Bank;  mem.  N.  Y.  Athl. ; 
Bar  Assn  of  N.  Y.  C:  Soc.  of  Colonial  Warsf 
Sons  of  Revolution;  Soc.  of  Am.  Wars;  Am. 
Bankers,  N.  Y.  State  Bankers  and  N.  Y.  Sav- 
ings Bank  Assns.  165  Bway  and  312  W.  78th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederic  B.  Allin, 

A.  B.,  88;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Insurance; 
sec.  and  dir.  of  Bronx  Sav.  Bank;  treas.  Aitken 
Realty, &  Construction  Co.;  mem.  N.  Y.  Athl. 
Club.     214  W.  59th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  De  Lancey  Ayrault, 

A.  B.,  88;  Sigma  Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Master 
at  Massee  Country  School.  Massee  School, 
Bronxville  and  Harrison,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Sears  Baldwin, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Ph.  D.,  94;  A.  M.  (hon.), 
09,  Yale;  Professor  Barnard  College.  Columbia 
University  and  524  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  L.  Bogert, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Delta  Phi;  Glee  Club,  88; 
student  Columbia  School  of  Law,  88-90;  Na- 
tional Conservatory  of  Music  of  America,  N.  Y., 
94-98;  graduate  instructor  of  Musical  Art,  N. 
Y.,  09;  studied  singing  with  P.  A.  Rivarde, 
George  ■  Henschel,  W.  N.  Burritt,  A.  Freni; 
violin  with  Edward  Mollenhauer;  theory  with 
Max  Spicker  and  Percy  Goetchins;  piano  with 
Rafael  Josefify  and  August  Fraemcke;  admitted 
to  New  York  Bar,  90:  instructor  in  harmony, 
National  Conservatory  of  Music,  98-01;  lecturer 
for  Universal  Extension  Society,  04-06;  instruc- 
tor. Institute  of  Musical  Art,  07-09;  lecturer  on 
music  for  New  York  City  Board  of  Education 
since  00;  musical  director  Pan-American  Con- 
ference of  Bishops  of  Protestant  Episcopal 
Church,  Washington,  D.  C,  03  and  of  Service 
in  honor  of  Archbishop  of  Canterbury,  same 
place,  04:  has  served  as  conductor  of  various 
choral  societies;  musical  director  Peoples'  Insti- 
tute, New  York  City,  09-14:  trustee  Queens- 
boro  Public  Library,  00-09,  appointed  by  Mayor 
Van  Wyck,  reappointed  by  Mayor  McCldllan; 
mem.  and  treasurer  committee  of  three  in 
charge  of  erection  'of  Carnegie  libraries  in 
borough  of  Queens  since  01;  mem.  National 
Association  Teachers  of  Singing  (president, 
15);  New  York  State  Music  Teachers'  Associ- 
ation (president,  13);  Fraternal  Association  of 
Musicians  of  New  York  City  (president,  10-12) 
Citizens,  Union,  Delta  Phi  and  Christian  Scien- 
tist Clubs;  Musicians  (director,  12-14);  Cen- 
tury Association;  Barnard  (chairman  music 
committee) ;  MacDowell  (vice-president  and 
chairman  music  committee);  The  Bohemians; 
author  of  articles  on  "Voice"  in  The  Etude, 
August,  15,  and  in  Pictorial  Review,  October 
and  November,  15;  has  given  song  recitals  in 
many  eastern  cities.  Studio,  114  W.  72d  St. 
and  Res.   130  Claremont  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Richard  C.  Bunzl, 

A.  B.,  88;  Lawyer.  115  Bway  and  309  W.  S8th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Enrique  Cirilo  de  Villaverde, 

A.  B.,  88.     (Interlaken,  N.  J.) 

Cornelius  Roosevelt  Duffie, 

Real  Estate  and  Ins.;  mem.  Conn.  Legist.,  09- 
11;  mem,  Columbia  Univ.,  Sanctum  and  Litch- 
field  Lawn   Clubs,    Litchfield,    Conn. 


Henry  Bidwell  Ely,* 

d.  1911. 

Douglass  Ewell,* 

A.  B.,  88;  M.  D.,  91.     d.  1897. 

Hampton  Denman  Ewing, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89.  (27  Belmont  Terrace, 
Yonkers,  N.  Y.) 

Tarvis  Rose  Fairchild, 

A.  B.,  88;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Philolexian;  Pub- 
lisher, American  Book  Co.,  mem.  Columbia 
University  and  Alpha  Delta  Phi  Clubs.  Wash- 
ington Square  and  33  W  12th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Parkin  Gilford, 

A.  B.,  88.  (Lakewood,  N.  J.). 

Robert  Goeller,* 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89.     d.  1910. 

Reginald  Gordon, 

A.  B.,  88;  Zeta  Psi;  Engineering  Writer; 
mem.  Univ.  and  Short  Hills  Clubs.  331  Madi- 
son Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Short  Hills,  N.  J. 

Percy  Foster  Hall,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89.    (Catonsville,  Md.) 

Lean^er  M.  Hammer, 

A.  B.,  88;  Executor;  Masonic  connections; 
mem.  M.  G.  Verein  Eichenkrantz.  1183  Madi- 
son Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  S.  Harper, 

A.  B.,  88;  Delta  Phi;  mem.  Century  and  Univ. 
Clubs.    46  Gramercy   Park,  N.  Y.   C. 

Frank  R.  Hathaway, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  fruit  grower.  Hudson, 
N.  Y. 

Willard  Cunningham  Humphreys,* 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Ph.  D.,  90;  M.  D.  N.  Y. 
Uriiv.,  90.     d.  1902. 

Arthur  Matthew  Kane, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  M.  D.,  93;  F.  A.,  C.  S.; 
physician  and  surgeon;  adj.  prof.  Post  Grad. 
Hosp.;  asst.  vis.  surg.  N.  Y.  Foundling  Hosp.; 
vis.  phys.  Demilt  disp;  mem.  N.  Y.  Co.  and 
State  Med.  Socs.,  City  Hosp.  Alumni.  32  W.  ~ 
48th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Collenders  Point, 
Norton,  Conn. 

George  French  Little, 

A.  B.,  88;  M.  D.,  95;  managing  editor  Colum- 
bia Spectator,  88;  practicing  physician;  A.  M. 
A.;  K.  C.  M.  S.;  New.  York  State  Academy 
Medical  Association;  late  president  Pediatric 
Society;  American -Society :  member  Milk  Com- 
mission Kings  county ;  Alumnus  St.  Mark's 
Hospital,  New  York;  assistant  clinical  profes- 
sor pediatrics  Long  Island  College  Hospital; 
visiting  pediatrist  Kings  County  Hospital; 
consulting  pediatrist  Mercy  Hospital,  Hemp- 
stead, L.  I.,  and  to  the  Zion  Hospital,  Brook- 
lyn, and  to  the  Brooklyn  Children's  Aid  So- 
ciety ;  member  University,  Civic,  Long  Island 
Automobile,  Shelter  Island  Country  and  Man- 
hanset  Manor  Country  Clubs;  ex-commodore 
Shelter  Island  Yacht  Club;  author  of  various 
papers.etc.  F.  &  A.  M.;  Champion  Council  R. 
A. ;  Alpha  Lodge,  A.  O.  U.  W. ;  Marion  Coun- 
cil, L.  A.;  medical  examiner  R.  A.,  A.  0.  u. 
W.  and  L.  A. ;  ex-president  Medical  Examin- 
ers' Association,  R.  A.  Office.  469  Clinton 
Ave.  and  41S  Washington  Ave.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.' 


1888] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


157 


Goodhue  Livingston, 

A.  B.,  88;  Ph.  B.,  92:  A.  M.,  15;  Delta  Psi; 
architect  trustee  N.,  Y.  Disp. ;  mem.  Union, 
Racquet  and  Tennis,  Metropolitan,  Knicker- 
bocker and  Piping  Rock  Clubs ;  Century  Assn. ; 
"The  Brook."  527,  Sth  Ave.  and  38  E.  65th 
St.,  N.  V.  C. 

James  J.  Mapes,* 

A.  B.,  88;  M.  D.,  91.     d.  1896. 

Walter  Hippeau  Merriam,* 

A.  B.,  88;  LL.  B.  Regents,'  State  N.  Y.  95.  d. 
1909. 

Samuel  Lewis  Moody,* 

A.  B.,  88.    d.  Oct.  9,  1913. 

Kneeland.  Moore, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  LL.  B.,  89;  Lawyer. 
233    B'way.,    N.   Y.    C. 

Edmund  Elmendorf  Murphy,* 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89.    d.  1909. 

Francis  Herbert  Palmer,* 

A.  B.,  88.    d.   1899. 

Alexander  Forbes  Parker,* 

A.  B.,  88.    d.  1899. 

Franklin  Atkins  Plummer, 

88;  Psi  Upsilon;  mem.  N.  Y.  Stock  Ex.;  sec. 
and  gov.  Bankers'  Club  Am.;  sec.  and  gov. 
Sleepy  Hollow  Country  Club;  trust.  N.  ,Y. 
Inst,  for  Instruction  Deaf  and  Dumb;  mem. 
Council  "Men's  Assn."  St.  Thomas'  Ch. ;  trust. 
Scaranhaka  Corinthian  Yacht  Club;  mem. 
Union  League,  N.  Y.  Yacht,  Scaranhaka  Corin 
thian  Yacht,  Church;  Stock  Exchange  Lunch 
eon.  Sleepy  Hollow  Country,  New  England 
Soc,  Col.  Univ.  Alumni  Assn.  71  Broadway 
and  22  E.  47th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Alice  Louise  Pond, 

A.  B.,  88;  mem.  Golf  Club.  7  S.  38th  St., 
Phila.,  Pa. 

William  Robinson  Powell, 

A.  B.,  88;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Phi  Beta 
'Kappa;  Merchant;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.,  Gro- 
lier  and  Upper  Eighties  Clubs,  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon  and  Col.  Alumni  Assns.  542,  Sth  Ave. 
and  254  W  75th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Dyneley  Prince, 

A.  B.,  88;  Ph.  D.,  92;  Johns  Hopkins;  Delta 
Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  professor  of  Slavonic 
languages.  Col.  Univ.;  speaker  N.  J.  House  09; 
leader   N.   J.    Senate    11;    pres.    do    12;    acting 

fov.  of  N.  J.  '12;  mem.  Union,  University, 
uxedo  and  Hamilton  (Paterson,  N.  J.)  Clubs; 
Columbia  University,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Ringwood 
Manor,  N.  J. 

Graham  French  Putnam, 

A.  B.,  88;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
lawyer.  1101  Hall  of  Records  and  700  S.  Bur- 
lington Ave.,  Los  Angeles,  Cal. 

Laurence  Reamer, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  90;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Philo- 
lexian,  Barnard;,  ed.  Spectator,  Journalist.  ISO 
Nassau  and  118  W.  57th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Augustus  Sill, 

A.  B.,  88;  M.  A.,  89;  Alpha  Delta  Kappa;  Bar- 
nard Lit.  Assn;  Shakespeare  Soc;  prof,  his- 
tory, Cornell  University ;  mem.  Univ.  Club. 
239  Goldwin  Smith  Hall  and  5  East  Ave., 
Ithaca.   N.    Y. 


Edward  DeF.  Simmons, 

Real  Estate;  Treas.  One  Hundred  and  Twenty- 
Eighth  St.,  Co.;  mem.  Racquet  and  Tennis,  St. 
Anthony,  Col.  Univ.,  Metropolitan  and  Sleepy 
Hollow  Country  Clubs.  31  W.  50th  and  128 
E.  60th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Benson  B.  Sloan, 

A.  B.,  88;  Delta  Psi;  stock  broker;  member 
New  York  Stock  Exchange;  New  York  Acad- 
emy of  Sciences;  Metropolitan  Museum  of 
Art ;  American  Museum  of  Natural  History ; 
New  York-Botanical  Garden;  American  Asso- 
ciation for  Advancement  of  Science;  Academy 
of  Political  Science;  American  Geographical 
Society;  National  Geographical  Society;  So- 
ciety of  Friendly  Sons  of  St.  Patrick;  Horti- 
cultural Society  of  New  York;  New  York  Civil 
Service  Reform  Association;  Saranac  Lake 
Board  of  Trade;  Chamber  of  Commerce,  New 
York  State;  Association  for  Protection  Adiron- 
dacks ;  life  member  Columbia  Alumni  Associa- 
tion and  Y.  M.  C.  A.  University ;  Racquet  and 
Tennis,  St.  Anthony,  Metropolitan,  Riding  and 
Driving,  Bankers',  KnoIIwood  Golf,  Auto  Club 
of  America,  Sleepy  Hollow  Country  and  Rock- 
away  Hunting  Clubs.  38  Wall  and  41  E.  65th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Shureman  Sutphen,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  88.    (311  W.  72d  St.  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Maurice  Tuttle, 

A.  B.,  88;  M.  D.,  91;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Phi. 
Beta  Kappa;  Phys.;  cons.  phys.  St.  Louis' 
Children's  Hosp. ;  attend,  phys.  St.  Luke's 
Hosp. ;  clinical  prof,  of  ped.  Wash.  Univ.  4917 
Maryland  Ave.,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

Guy  Van  Amringe, 

A.  B.,  88;  LL.  B.,  91;  Delta  Phi;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Univ.,  Metropolitan,  Columbia  Univ.  and 
Netherlands  Clubs;  St.  Nicholas  and  Colonial 
Wars  Socs.  31  Nassau  St.  and  534,  Sth  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Harmon  A.  Vedder, 

A.  B.,  88;  M.  D.,  91;  Delta  Phi;  Physician; 
mem.  N.  Y.  Hosp.  and  Sloane  Hosp.  Alumni 
Assns;  Acad,  of  Medicine;  Holland  Med.  Surg., 
Ouiz  Med.  and  County  Med.  Socs.  44  E.  76th 
St.,  N.  .Y.  C. 

George  Flint  Warren,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Barnard;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Phi  Delta  Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  mem.  Fresh 
and  'Varsity  Crews;  Attorney-at-Law ;  mem. 
Alumni  Assn.  256  Bway  and  239  W.  71st  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Lloyd  Warren, 

A.  B.,  88;  Ph.  B.,  91.  1041,  Sth  Ave.  and 
16  E.  47(h  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Gerald  Montgomery  West, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Ph.D.,  90;  D.  D.  S.  N.  Y. 
Dent.    Sch.,    02.     (Garnerville,   N.    Y.) 

William  Wiener, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Ph.  B.,  91.  (625^  Nelson 
PI.,  Newark,  N.  J.) 

Frank  Armitage  Wilcox,* 

d.  1894. 

Benjamin  Duryea  Woodward, 

A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Ph.  D.,  91;  B.  es  S.,  85; 

B.  es  L.,  86;  Sorbonne,  Paris.  (25  Ave.  des 
Champs    Elysees,    Paris,    France.) 


158 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1888-89 


Clarence  H.  Young, 

,  A.  B.,  88;  A.  M.,  89;  Pn.  D.,  91;  Barnard  Lit.  i 
Assn.  Shakespeare  Soc. ;  Class  Treas.  1st  and  1 
2d  yrs;  Class  Pres.  since  89;  mem.  of  editorial  1 
board  of  Col.  Spectator  2d  yrs..  Business  Mgr.  \ 
lyr.;  mem.  of  Editorial  Board  Columbiad,  88;  j 
Chrmn.,  88;  Class  Day  Comm.;  Greek  Salutator-  ', 
ian  at  88  Commencement;  Recipient  Alumni  ; 
Prize  "To  Most  Faithful  and  Deserving  Student  ■ 
of  Graduating  Class;"  Fellowship  in  Greek;  | 
88-91;  Chrmn.  of  Comm.  on  Publication  of  88  , 
Class  Book  Teacher;  Prof,  of  Greek;  Chrmn.  of  , 
Dept.  of  Classic  Philology;  mem.  Univ.  and  ■ 
Col.  Univ.  Qubs,  Am.  Philological  and  Col.  ' 
Alumni  Assns.  and  Archaeological  Inst,  of  Am. 
Columbia  Univ.  and  312  W.  88th  St.,  N.  Y.' C. 

1889 

Harry  Curtis  Ager,* 
L,ouis  Curtis  Ager, 

A.  B.,  89;  M.  D.,  93;  L.  I.  Coll.  Hosp.  Dudley 
Memorial  Medal,  L.  I.  Coll  Hosp.;  Physician; 
Asst.  Prof.  Children's  Disp.,  L.  I.  C.  H.;  Asst. 
Attdg.  Phys.,  L.  I.  C.  H.;  Sen.  Phys.,  Bklyn. 
Home  for  Consumptives;  Cons.  Phys.  Medford 
San.  for  Consumptives.  137  Clinton  St., 
Bklyn.,  N.   Y. 

Hardy  M.  Banks, 

A.  B.,  89;  Phi  Chi  Delta;  Freight  Broker  and 
Marine  Ins.  15  Whitehall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Mountain  Road,  Englewood,  N.  J. 

Walter  Jarvis  Barlow, 

A.  B.,  89;  M.  D.,  92;  Phys.  616  Security  Bldg., 
and  2329  S.  Figueroa  St.,  Los.  Angeles,  Cal. 

Charles  K.  Beekman, 

A.  B.,  89;  LL.  B.,  92;  Delta  Psi;  Rowed  on 
Freshman  Crew,  89;  President  Football  Assoc- 
iation; member  'Varsity  Football  Team;  member 
'Varsity  Crew;  Lawyer;  Trustee  Franklin  Trust 
Co.,  New  York  City;  Manager  House  of  Refuge; 
Director  St.  Louis,  "Rocky-  Mt.  and  Pacific 
Co.,  United  Equities  Co.  and  Kansas  City  Via- 
duct Terminal  Co. ;  mem.  Union,  Univ.,  Knick- 
erbocker, Racquet  and  Tennis,  St.  Anthony, 
Manhattan  and  Sputh  Side  Sportsmen's  Clubs. 
52  William  St.  and  555  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Bright,  Jr., 

(Walkermuhlenweg  1  B,  Gottingen,  Germany.) 

Charles  F.  Burhaus, 

Investments  and  Real  Estate;  mem  The  Lambs 
Club  N.  Y.)  and  St.  Bernard  Club  (Can.), 
Warrensburg,  N.  Y. 

Benjamin  Nathan  Cardbzo, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  90;  LL.  D.,  15;  Judge  of  the 
Court  of  Appeals,  State  of  N.  Y.;  mem.  Man* 
hattan  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs.  51  Chambers 
and  16  W.  75th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Gustavus  Trask  Donnell, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  90;  LL.  B.,  92;  Alpha  Delta 
Phi;  Fellow-  in  Mathematics,  89-93;  Stock 
Broker;  mem.  Alpha  Delta  Phi  and  Knowlwood 
Country  Clubs.  15  Broad  St.  and  521  W.  112th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Leonard  W.  Ely, 

A.  B.,  89;  M.  D.,  95;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Mgr. 
ed.  Spectator;  Surg.;  Assoc.  Prof.  Surgery, 
Leland  Stanford  Junior  Univ.;  mem.  Univ. 
Club.  Lane  Hospital,  San  Fraijcisco  and  657 
Cowper  St.,  Palo  Alto,  Cal. 


Elbert  Floyd- Jones, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  90;  S.  T.  B.,  93;  Genl.  T.  S., 
Delta  Phi;  Clerpvraan;  Rector  St.  Mary's  in  the 
Highlands  since  95.  Cold  Spring-on-Hudson, 
N.  Y. 

Henry  Lincoln  Glover, 

A.  B.,  89;  Clergyman  M.  E.  Ch.  Denver, 
Colo. 

Caroline  Raynolds  Hankey,* 

A.  B.,  89;  L.  H.  B.     Speciali  gratia. 

Willard  Piatt  Harmon, 

Clergyman.     Riverhead,    N.    Y. 

Robert  Van  Kleeck  Harris, 

A.  B.,  89;  B.  D.  General  Theological  Seminary, 
93;  Rector  St.  James  Church.  130  Main  St., 
St.  James  Rectory,  Winsted,  Conn. 

Reuben  King  Hermes,  3d, 

Psi  Upsilon;  Literary  Work.  34  W.  12th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Albert  Herton, 

Artist;  mem.  Century  Club,  Natl.  Acad.,  Archi- 
tectural League,  Water  Color  Soc,  Mural 
Painters.  841  Madison  Ave.  and  130  E.  67th 
St.,  N.  Y  .C. 

William  I.  Jacobs, 

A.  B.„  89;  LL.  B.,  92;  mem.  North  Shore 
Country  Club.  80  Bway  and  31  W.  70th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Remsen  Johnson, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M..  90;  LL.  B.,  92;  Alpha  Delta 
Phi;  Philolexian;  Lawyer  and  Real  Estate; 
mem.  Hamilton  and  Alpha  Delta  Phi  Clubs.  187 
Bway  N.  Y.  C,  303  Washington  Av.,  Bklyn. 
N.  Y. 

Willard  Vinton  King, 

A.  B.,  89;  Delta  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa, 
Scholarship  (2),  (3);  Pres.  Columbia  Trust 
Co.;  Trustee  Col.  Univ.;  Dir.  N.  Y.  Life  Ins. 
Co.;  mem.  Univ.  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs. 
60  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Convent,  N.  J. 

Archibald     Eglinton     Montgomery, 
Rev., 

(Tenafly,  N.  J.) 

John  Seymour  Montgomery, 

A.  B.„  89;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Philolexian; 
.  Lawyer,  Montgomery  and  Peabody;  mem.  Col. 
Univ.,  Alpha  Delta  Phi,  Greenwich  Country, 
Riverside  Marine  and  I^ield  Clubs  and  Bar 
Assn.  City  of  N.  Y.  2  Wall  St.,  N.  .Y.  C.  and 
Riverside  Ave.,  Riverside,  Conn. 

George  Dana  Mumford, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  91;  Harvard  Univ.;  Phi 
Gamma  Delta;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Phi  Delta 
Phi;  Lawyer;  mem.  Univ.  Club;,  Bar  Assn., 
City  of  N.  Y.  66  Bway  and  36  Graraercy 
Pk.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  C.  D.  Odell, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  90;  Ph.  D.,  93;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Professor  English,  Columbia  University; 
member  Century,  University,  Players,  and 
Columbia  University  Clubs;  Alumni  Association; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa  Alumni!  44  W.  44th  St.,  N.  Y. 
C. 

Hammond  Odell.,* 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.  90.     d.   1908. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


159 


Joseph  Clement  Pfister, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  90.  (240,  6th  Ave.,  Newark, 
N.J.) 

Frederick  Phillips, 

A.  B.,  89;  Banker.     527,  Sth  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  James  Pratt,- 

-  (247  Audubon  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Gracie  King  Richards, 

A.  B.,  89;  Treas,  Episcopal  Eye,  Ear  and  Throat 
Hosp.  1147,  15th  St.,  N,  W.  and  16  Lafayette 
Square,   Washington,   D.    C. 

James  Robb,* 

d.  1905. 

Sarah  Bulkley  Rogers,* 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.  Cornell,  91;  Ph.  D.  Yale,  94. 

Robert  V.  V.  Sewell, 

A.  B.,  89;  Zeta  Psi;  Artist  Mural  Painter;  mem. 
Natl.  Acad.  Design;  Natl.  Soc.  Mural  Painters;   : 
Arch  League  and  Century  Assn.     Oyster  Bay, 
N.  Y. 

Harrison  T.  Slosson, 

A.  B.,  89;  Delta  Upsilon;  Honor  Man  Const. 
Hist.;  lawyer;  Corp.  Counsel  Mt.  Kisco;  Atty. 
Bd.  of  Educ.  261  B'way.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  93  W. 
Main  St.,  Mt.  Kisco,  N.  Y. 

Mason  Romeyn  Strong, 

A.  B.,  89;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon,  Barnard; 
Track  Team;  Architect  and  Structural  Eng.; 
former  Eng.  bridges  and  buildings,  R.  R. 
System;  Vice-Pres.  Alumni  Assn.  Sch.  Arch.; 
mem.  Exec.  Com.  Natl.  Fire  Protective  Assn.; 
mem.  Col.  Univ.  Club.  7  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  237  Lexington'  Ave.,  Passaic,  N.  J. 

Thomas  Worcester  Thacher, 

A.  B.,  89;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Treas.  (Thacher 
Co.,  Inc.);  Dir.  Webster  &  Atlas  Natl.  Bank; 
mem.  Algonquin,  Exchange  (Boston),  Brookline 
Country,  Alpha  Delta  Phi  (N.  Y.  C),  West- 
moreland (Richmond,  Va.)  and  Eastern  Yacht 
Clubs.  86  Lincoln  St.,  Boston  and  21  Dwight 
St.,   Brookline,   Mass. 

Henry  Brown  Turner,  Jr.,* 

d.    1905. 

Frederick  L,.  Wachenheim,. 

A.  B.,  89;  M.  D.,  92;  Phys.;  Attdg.  Pediatician, 
Sydenham  Hosp.,  N.  Y.  and  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp. 
Disp.,  N.  Y.;  mem.  Acad.  Medicine.  Ill  W. 
85th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Watts,  3d,* 

A.  B.,  89;  M.  D.,  93;  Psi  Upsilon.  d.  June 
8,  1908. 

Judah  I^ewis  Weinberg, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  91.  (132  Nassau, St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

Horace  Pratt  Whitney, 

A.  B.,  89;  LL.  B.,  91  elsewhere.  (500  W.  111th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Norman  Wilde, 

A.  B.,  89;  A.  M.,  90;  Ph.  D.,  94;  Barnard 
Lit.  Soc;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Graduating  Honors 
in  Constitutional  History;  Honorable  Mention 
in  English  in  fresh  yr,  in  History  in  Soph.  yr. ; 
Teacher;  mem.  Am.  Philosophical,  Am.  Psy- 
chological, Western  Philosophical  Assns. ;  Fel- 
low Am.  Assn.  for  Advancement  of  Science; 
Assn.  of  Univ.  Professors,  Univ.  of  Minnesota 
and  901,  6th  St.  S.  E.,  Minneapolis,  Minn. 


1890 

Charles  M.  Bleecker, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  LL.  B.,  92;  N.  Y.  U. 
Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club.  49  Wall 
St.,  11  West  81st  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Marston  Taylor  Bogert, 

A.  B.,  90;  Ph.  B.  (Chem),  94;  LL.  B.,  09; 
Clark  Univ.;  Delta  Phi;  Sigma  Xi;  Phi  Lambiia 
Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Vice-Pres.  Fresh 
Class;  Pres.  Soph.  Class;  Class  Nine;  Class 
Eleven;  Instrumental  Club;  Chrmn  ^nd  Treas. 
Col.  Coll.  Boat  Club;  Capt.  Winning  Crew 
Intercoll.  Fresh  8  oar  shell  race  with  Harvard; 
genl.  average  fresh,  yr.  ,91%;  "A"  in  all  studies 
Soph.j'Jun.  and  Sen.  yrs;  Honors  in  German, 
Spanish,  Italian,  Botany  and  Geology;  one  of 
three  most  deserving  students  Grad.  Class, 
named' for  Alumni  prize;  genl.  average  Chem. 
above  90%;  maximum  mark  (100),  all  studies 
but  one  4  yrs.  with  average  97%;  on  grad. 
awarded  a  Univ.  Fellowship;  Asst.,  Tutor, 
Instr.,  Adj.  Prof.,  Prof,  and  Senior  Prof. 
Org.  Chem.  Columbia  Univ.;  ed.  Columbia 
University  Quarterly,  04-06;  Nichols  medallist, 
04-05;  Univ.  Council,  Col.  Univ.,  08-11;  mem. 
First  Conf.  Conserv.  Natl.  Resources,  08;  mem. 
7th  Int.  Gong.  Applied  Chem,  London,  09;  mem. 
8th  Int.  Cong,  do.,  N.  Y,  and  Wash.,  12;  mem. 
Col.  Coll.  Alumni  Assn.;  Alumni  Assn.  Sch  of 
Sci.,  Col.  Univ.;  Am.  Chem.  Soc,  Soc.  Chem. 
Ind. ;  Chem.  Soc.  (London) ;  Am.  Assn.  Advance 
Sci.;  Deutsche  Chem.  Gesell;  Verein  Deutscher 
Chemiker;  Societe  Chim  de  France;  Societa 
Chim.  Italiana;  Am.  Phil.  Soc;  Am.  Acad. 
Arts  and  Sc's.;  Natl.  Jnst.  Social -Sc's;  Chem- 
ists Club  (N.  Y.);  Royal  Societies  Club  (Lon- 
don); mem.  Museums  of  Peaceful  Arts;  Simpli- 
fied Spelling  Bd.;  Chrmh.  Am.  Comm.  Nonen- 
clature  Organic  Compounds,  12-13.  Columbia 
University  and  422  W.  .154th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Bondy, 

A  B  90;  A.  M.,  91;  LL.  B.,  93;  Ph.  D.,  93; 
Chanler  Historical  Prize;  Fellow  in  political 
Science;  Lawyer.  149  Broadway  and  14  E.  60th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Washington 
Braiins,* 


[Irving     Alphpnsus] 


A.  B.,  90;  LL.  B.,  93,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch. 

Marvin  Dugro  Buttles, 

A.  B.,  90;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Fire  Insur- 
ance.    767,  5th  Ave.. and  Hotel    Savoy,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Campbell, 

A.  B.,,90;  A.  B.,  88,  C.  C.  N.  Y.;  Ph.  D.,  96, 
Univ.  City  of  N.  Y.;.Phi  Delta  Theta;  Clergy- 
man; Rector,  Church  of  the  Mediator,  97-16. 
260  W.  231st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas  Anderson  "Conover, 

A.  B.,  90,  Trinity  Coll.;  Clergy.;  Rector,  St. 
Bernard's  Ch.  (Bernardsville,  N.  J.)  and  Sch. 
(Gladstone,  N.  J.)  cor.  sec.  Bd.  Educ,  Diocese 
of  N.  J.     Bernardsville,  N.  J. 

Frederic  Rene  Coudert,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  Ph.  D.,  94.  124  E.  56th 
St.,  N,  Y.  C. 

Charles  Sidney  Crane, 

Acct.  arid  Cashier,  Natl.  Assn.  of  Mfrs.;  Vestry- 
man, St.  Mary's  Ch.-;  mem.  Alumni  Soc.  Trinity 
Schools.  30  Church  and  703  W.  178th  Sts., 
N.  y:  C. 


160 


COLUMBIA   COLLEGE 


[1890 


Frank  Warren  Crane, 

A.  B.,  90;  Journalist;  mem.  Columbia  Univ. 
Club  and  life  mem.  Col.  Alumni  Assn.  New 
York  Times  and  60  W.  129th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

lyanman  Crosby, 

Lawyer;  mem.  Williams  Club.  2  Rector  St., 
N.  y.  C.  and  Soarsdale,  N.  Y. 

Thomas  Pearsall  Field, 

Delta  Phi;   Real  Estate;   mgr.  N.  Y.   Training 
Sch.  Boys;  do.  Soc.  Ref.  Juvenile  Delinquents, 
.  N    Y.  C;  mem.  Racquet  and  Tennis  Club.     11 
W.  35th  St.,  and  Union  Club,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  S.  Fiske, 

A.  B.,  90;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Barnard  Lit. 
Soc;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Merchant;  mem.  Univers- 
ity and  St.  Nicholas  Clubs.  27  William  and  314 
West  82d  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Watson  Gerard, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  LL.  B.,  92;  N.  Y.  Law 
School;  Honor,  Modern  History;  American 
Am.bassador  to  Germany;  Justice  New  York 
Supreme  Court,  1908-13;  Special  Envoy  to 
attend  Mexican  Centennial,  1910;  Ambassador 
to  Germany  1913.  Care  Bowers  and  Sands,  46 
Cedar  St.,  New  York  City,  and  care  State  Dept., 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Henry  Alger  Gildersleeve,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91.     d.  1891. 

Frank  Pierrepont  Graves, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  Ph.  D.,  12;  Litt.  D.,  97; 
Heidelberg  Univ.  (Ohio);  LL.  D.,  97;  Han- 
over Coll;  Hon.  Mention,  Greek  and  Latin,87; 
Latin,  88;  Scholarship  Latin,  89;  Fellow  and 
Asst.  Greek,  90;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Dean  Sch. 
■Educ.  and  Prof.  Hist.  Educ.  Univ.  of  Pa. ;  mem. 
Lenape  Club,  Phila.  Box  35,  College  Hall 
University  of  Pa.,  Phil,  and  251  S.  Farragut 
St.,  Phila.  Pa. 

Harold  Griffing,* 

A.  B.,  90;  Ph.  D.  94.     d.  1900. 

Frederic  Everest  Gunnison, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  92;  N.  Y.  Univ.;  LL.  B.,  92; 
do.  Zeta  Psi;  Barnard;  Vice-Pres.  Lawyers* 
Title  &  Trust  Co.  and  Lawyer;  Former  Chmn. 
Gas  &  Electricity  Comm.,  N.  Y.  State;  Dir. 
Bkln.  Queens  Co.  and  Suburban  R.  R.;  Lawyers 
Title  &  Trust  Co.;  East  Bkln.  Savings  Bank; 
Stewart  Sugar  Co.;  mem.  Union  League  Bank- 
ers; Gymic;  Hamilton;  Crescent  and  Munici- 
pal Clubs.  160  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  79  Argyle 
Rd.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Harris  Hayes,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
94. 

James  Edwin  Hulshizer, 

A.  B.,  90;  Broker.  200,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  Bernardsville,  N.  J. 

Oswald  N.  Jacoby, 

A.  B„  90;  LL.  B.,  94;  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  Scholarship  in  Eng.  Lit.  junior 
yr.;  Lawyer;  Asst.  Dist.  Atty.,  N.  Y.  Co.,  10-11; 
mem.  Assn.  of  Bar,  N.  Y.  C;  Alumni  Assn., 
Columbia;  Gobd  Ground  Country  and  N.  Y. 
Bridge  Whist  Clubs.  140  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and   550,   4th   St.,   Brooklyn,   N.   Y. 

Alfred  Lauterbach,* 

A.  B.,  50;  LL.  B..  N.  Y.  Law  Sch..  92. 


Charles  Lauriston  lyivingston, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  L.  S.; 
Lawyer;  mem.  Railroad  and  Montauk  Clubs; 
pres.  St.  Nicholas  Soc.  of  Nassau  Island;  Col. 
Coll.  Alumni  Assn.  l49  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
312   Garfield  PI..  Bkln..  N.  Y. 

William  Augustus  McLaren, 

A.  B.,  90;  LL.  B.,  93,  Northwestern.  (Apart- 
ado   H?.*).  Mexico.  Mex.) 

Charles  Riborg  Mann, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  Ph.  D.,  Berlin,  95;  assoc. 
prof.,  Univ.  Chicago.  (University  of  Chicago, 
Chicago,   111.) 

Huntington  W.  Merchant, 

Lawyer.  5  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Flushing, 
L.  I..  N.  Y. 

Charles  M.  Myers, 

A.  B.,  90;  Lawyer;  asst.  city  atty.,  07-15;  coun- 
sel to  Bd.  Educ,  09;'  mem.  Progress  and  Law- 
yers of  Essex  Co.  Clubs  and  N^  J.  State  Bar 
Assn.  763  Broad  St.  and  62  Nelson  Place, 
Newark,  N.  J.  ' 

John  Holcomb  Nelden, 

A.  B..  90. 

Eugene   [Joseph"]   O'SuUivan, 

A.  B.,  90.  (West  Bede,  Canterbury,  Kent, 
Eng.)  ' 

Albert  Brac^  Pattou, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  Delta  Upsilon;  mgr.  Glee 
Club;  Musical  Agency;  mem,  Bensonhurst 
Yacht,  University,  Glee  and  Musicians  (N.  Y.) 
Clubs.     251  and  253  W.  42d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Thornton  B.  Penfield, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  93;  Ph.  D.,  03;  Delta  Upsilon; 
Barnard  Lit.  Soc. ;  editor-in-chief  Columbiad, 
elected  to  deliver  undergraduate  address  at  in- 
stallation; pres.  Seth  Low  of  Columbia  Univ.; 
dir.  Religious  Educ;  mem.  Bd.  Dirs.  East.  Assn. 
Scls. ;  Silver  Bay  Assn.;  Clergy  and  Delta  Up- 
silon Alumni  Clubs  (both  N.  Y.  C.)  36  Maple 
St.,  Englewood,  N.  J. 

Smith  Dewey  Pierce, 

(Riverside,  Conn.) 

Allison  Wright  Post, 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch., 
92.     (Bernardsville,  N.  J.) 

Henry  M.  Powell, 

A.  B.,  90;  Philolexian;  Peithologian ;  honors. 
History  (2),  Chemistry  (2),  and  Debating  (4); 
Lawyer;  asst.  corporation  counsel,  N.  Y.  C;  , 
mem.  Bar  Assn.,  N.  Y.  C. ;  County  Lawyers' 
Assn.  and  Freundschaft  Soc.  51  Chambers  St. 
and  Majestic  Hotel,  N.  Y.  C. 

Joseph  M.  Rector, 

A.  B.,  90;  M.  D.,  93;  Philolexian  Soc;  Phi 
Gamma  Delta;  Anglo-Saxon,  90;  Surgeon; 
consulting  surgeon,  associate  professor  in  Eyne- 
cology.  New  York  School  of  Clinical  Medicine, 
04-08;  chief  of  clinic  Eynecology,  West  Side 
German  Clinic,  N.  Y.  C,  04-08;  mem.  Jersey 
City  Board  of  Health,  04-06;  Assn.  of  Railway 
Surgeons,  P.  R.  R.  DIv.;  surgeon  Depart- 
ment of  Interior,  Bureau  of  Pensions,  U.  - 
S.;  pres.  Hudson  Co.  Assn.  for  the  Ad-  - 
vancement  and  Study  of  Medical  Surgi- 
cal and  Pathological  Sciences;  mem.  Knights 
Templar,  Salaam  Temple  (Shrine),  Odd  Fel- 
lows, Carteret  Club  and  Royal  Arch  Mason.  307 
York  St.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 


1890-91] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


161 


William  Willis  Reese, 

A.  B.,  90;  E.  E.,  92;  Delta  Psi;  Real  Estate; 
trustee  U.  S.  Savings  Bank;  mem.  Union, 
University,  Riding,  Automobile,  St.  Anthony, 
Church,  Summcrvule  Country  and  Sleepy  Hol- 


low Country  Clubs. 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


2  Rector  and  103  E.  37th 


Charles  T.  B.  Rowe, 

A.  B.,  90;  LL.  B.  95;  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Barnard 
Soc. ;  sophomore  scholarship  in  Chemistry; 
Lawyer.  37  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Avon  and 
Kensington  Roads,  Bronxville,  N.  Y. 

Churchill  Satterlee,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  90;  grad.  Genl  Theol.  Sem.,  93.     d.  1904. 

Charles  Alexander  Schluer 
John  Perry  Seward, 

A.  B.,  90:  M.  D..  93;  N.  Y.  Homeopathic 
Medical  College;  Barnard  Literary;  Shakes- 
peare; 2d  Glee  Club;  Alumni  prize  on  gradua- 
^'  tion;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Physician;  consulting 
physician,  Laura  Franklin  Hospital;  attending 
physician,  Hahnemann  Hospital;  consulting 
gastro-enterology.  Broad  Street  Hospital;  pro- 
fessor Practice  and  president  faculty.  New 
.York  Medical  College  Women;  member  Ameri- 
can Institute  Homeopathy;  New  York  State  and 
City  Homeopathic  Medical  Societies;  Dunham, 
Cblumbia  University  Clubs;  Alumni  Associa- 
tion. 200  W.  70th  St.  and  106  Momingside 
Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Shipman,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  90;  B.  D.,  94;  General  Theological  Sem- 
inary; Alpha  Delta  Phi;  track  team;  rector, 
Church  of  The  Heavenly  Rest,  N.  Y.  C;  chap- 
lain, U.  S.  Military  Academy,  96-06;  trustee. 
Cathedral  St.  John  the  Divine;  mem.  Standing 
Committee,  Diocese  of  New  York;  honorary 
chaplain,  squadron  A.  N.  G.  N.  Y.;'  Board  of 
Managers  and  Executive  Committee,  City  Mis- 
sion Society;  mein.  Columbia  University, 
Union,  University  and  Westchester  Country 
Clubs.  3  E.  4.'ith  and  439  Madison  Avenue, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Richard  Stevens, 

A.  B.,  90.     (Castle  Point,  Hoboken,  N.  J.) 

Arthur  Irving  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  90.     (52  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Thomas  R.  Temple, 

A.  B.,  90;  Delta  Upsilon;  Barnard;  Shakes- 
peare; Insurance;  mem.  Delta  Upsilon  Club  and 
Veterans  of  7th  Regiment.  95  William  St. 
and  383  Upper'  Mountain  Ave.,  Montclair,  N«  J. 
N.J. 

Dudley  Hoyt  Tenney, 

A.  B.,  90;  D.  D.  S.,  N.  Y.  Coll.  of  Dentistry. 
(44  W.  52d  St.,  N.  Y.   C.) 

Theodore  Langdon  Van  Norden, 

A.  B;,  90;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Philolexian; 
mem.  Univ.  and  Players  Clubs.'  12  Gramercy 
Park,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Seymour  Vosburgh, 

A.  B,,  90;  M.  D.,  93;  Psi  Upsilon;  track  team, 
3  years;  manager  football  team,  91;  Surgeon; 
assistant  surgeon,  Bellevue  Hospital,  interne, 
St.  Luke's  Hospital,  94-96;  member-  Columbia 
University  and  University  Clubs;  New  York 
Surgical  Society,  Academy  Medicine  and 
American  Medical  Association.  85  E.  56th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 


W.  John  Wadsworth, 

Stock  Broker.     Tuxedo  Park,  N.  Y. 

William  John  Warburton,* 

A.  B.,  90;  A.  M.,  91;  LL.  B.,  92,  N.  Y.  Law 
Sch.     d.   1897. 

David  C.  Watts, 

A.  B.,  90;  Columbia  Athletic  Association;  Com- 
mercial Enterprises;  director  Submarine  Wire- 
less Company  mem.  Alumni  Association.  61 
B'way  and  125  E.  58th  St.,  N.  Y  .C. 

George  Whitfield  Whittemore, 

(384  New  York  Ave.,  Bkln.) 

1891 

Cornelius  S.  Abbott,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  91;  Shepherd  Society;  honors  in 
Avestan;  Clergyman;  examining  chaplain.  Dio- 
cese of  Washington;  Executive  Committee, 
Social  Service;  mem.  National  Cathedral  Coun- 
cil.    509  I  St.  N.  E.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Robert  Franklin  Adams, 

A.  B.,  91;  Delta  Upsilon;  Cotton  Manufacturer; 
mem.  University,  Lotos,  Republican,  Automo- 
bile, Sleepy  Hollow,  Greenwich  Country  and 
Columbia  University  Clubs.  31  E.  32d  and  3  E. 
76th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Loring  Arnold, 

A.  B.,  91;  Ph.  D.,  97,  Leipzig;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Professor,  N.  Y.  Univ.  N.  Y.  University, 
University  Heights,  N.  Y.  C.  and  468  Warburton 
Ave.,  Yonkers,  N,  Y. 

Elizabeth  Cynthia  Barney  (Mrs.  J. 
L.  Buel), 

A.  B..  91;  State  Regent,  Connecticut;  mem. 
Daughters  of  Am.  Rev.;  Conn.  Soc.  Colonial 
Dames  of  Am.;  Conn.  Soc.  Mavflow'er  De- 
scendants; Mary  Washington  Memorial  Assn.; 
Litchfield  Hist.  Soc.     Litchfield,  Conn. 

Charles  Bartow,* 

A.  B.,  91;  M.  D.,  94.     d.  1895. 

George  James  Bayles,* 

A.  M.,  92;  LL.  B.,  93;  Ph.  D.,  95.  d.  Nov. 
22,   1914. 

Cortlandt  Field.  Bishop, 

A.  B.,  91;  A.  M.,  92;  Ph.  D.,  93;  LL.  B.,  94; 
Psi  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  various  scholar- 
ships, Sch.  Arts;  Attorney;  4  yrs.  pres..  Aero 
Club  of  Am.,  several  yrs.  v.-pres.;  v.-pres. 
Federation  Aeronfeutique  Internationale;  v.- 
pres.  Home  Incurables,  N.  Y.  C;  mem.  Knick- 
erbocker, Metropolitan,  Mid-day,  Auto.  Club 
Am.,  Grolier,  Aero  Club  Am.,  Aero  Club 
France,  Royal  Aero  Club,  United  Kingdom, 
Great  Britain  and  Ireland;  Auto  Club  France, 
Travelers'  Club  Paris,  Riding  Club  N.  Y., 
Lenox  Club.  14  Wall  St.  and  15  E.  67th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Butler,  2d, 

Arch.  Dip.  par  le  Gouv.  Francais,  97.  (16  E. 
23d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  C.  Cammann, 

A.  B.,  91;  LL.  B.,  93;  Psi  Upsilon;  presentation 
orator;  freshman  crew:  Lawyer;  mem.  Uni- 
versity, Racquet  and  Tennis  Clubs.  63  Wall 
and  5  E.  4Sth  Sts..  N.  Y.  C. 


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162 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1891 


Oliver  Samuel  Campbell, 

(112  E.  70th  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

Frederick  Woodhull  Chesebrough, 

(57  W.   58th  St..  N.   Y.   C.) 

Richard  Collins, 

(63  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Julien  Townsend  Davies, 

A.  B.,  91;  attended  Harvard  Law  Sch.,  91-93; 
Psi  Uppilon;  Philolexian  Soc.;  Lawyer;  pres. 
Bancroft  Realty  Co.,  and  Summerfield  (N.  C.) 
Gun  Club;  v. -pres.  South  Side  Hosp.  of  Baby- 
lon, L.  I.;  mem.  Univ.,  Union,  N.  Y.  Yacht, 
Islip  Gun,  Oak  Neck  Field;  Garden  City,  Univ. 
(St.  Paul),  Clubs;  Down  Town,  Amateur 
Trapshooters,  N.  Y.  Co.  Lawyers,  and  Bar 
Assns.;  Soc.  of  Colonial  Wars,  Sons  of  Rev. 
34  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  West  Islip  (P.  O. 
Babylon),  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Mortimer  Delano, 

R.  617.  30  E.  42d  St.  and  104  W.  120th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Read  Gordon  Dilworth, 

A.  B..  91;  LL.  B.,  93.     (258  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Frank  N.  Dodd, 

A.  B.,  91;  Theta  Delta  Xi;  Public  Accountant; 
mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club.  150  W.  40th  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  Babylon,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Victor  Moreau  Elting, 

A.  B.,  91;  LL.  B.,  92,  Univ.  Mich.;  Delta 
Kajjpa  Epsilon;  Phi  Delta  Phi;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Univ.,  Chicago,  City  and  Law  Clubs.  134  S. 
LaSalle  St.,  Chicago,  111.  and  Winnetka,  111. 

Alexander  Merle  Forman, 

44  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  116  Pierrepont  St., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y.  • 

Albert  Rolaz  Gallatin, 

A.   B..  91;   E.   E.,   98;   A.   M.,  98;  Delta  Phi; 

Phi    Beta   Kappa;    Broker;    firm   of  Schmidt  & 

Gallatin;  mem.  University  Club.  Ill  Bway 
and  119  E.  38th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Francis  Dawson  Gallatin, 

(111  Bway,  N.  Y.  e.) 

William  Kimball  Greene, 

A.  B.,  91;  Financier;  mem.  Univ.   (N.  Y.  C.) 

,  Univ.  (Seattle),  Aero  Club  of  the  Northwest 
(Seattle).  1210  Hoge  Bldg.,  Seattle,  Wash, 
and  91   Market   St.,  Amsterdam,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  Cragin  Gwynne, 

A.  B.,.91;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Philolexian 
Soc;  Investment  Securities;  University,  Co- 
lumbia University,  Apawamis  and  Am.  Yacht 
Clubs.     15  Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Rye,  N.  Y. 

William  Harison, 

A.  B.,  91;  LL.  B.,  93;  Lawyer;  mem.  Univ. 
Club.  43  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.C.  and  129  Franklin 
St.,  Astoria,  N.  Y. 

Montague  Howard, 

A.  B.,  91;  Ed.  Spectator;  v.-pres  Class;  Mer- 
chant; mem.  Columbia  Alumni  Assn.  693 
Madison  Ave.  and  330  W.  95th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Hymes, 

(62:'  W.   137th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Asa  Stewart  Iglehart 


Philip  Edwards  Johnson,* 

A.  B.,  91;  M.  D.,  94.     d.   1907. 

Joseph  C.  Josephson, 

A  B  ,  91;  M  D.,  94;  honors  in  Latin  and 
Greek;   Physician.     2132   Daly  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Conover  Kalbfleisch, 

A.  B.,  91;  A.  M.,  92;  LL.  B.,  93;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  Bar  Assn.  of  N.  Y.  C, 
Grolier  Club  and  Down  Town  Assn.  27  Cedar 
St.  and  Hotel  Marie  Antoinette,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Bootman  Kimber,  Rev., 

B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.  94.  (Richmond,  S. 
I.,  N.  Y.C.) 

George  Gillis  Leonard,* 

A;  B.,  91;  A.  M.,  92.     d.   1907. 

Victor  Mapes, 

(Short  Hills.  N.  J.) 


George  W.  Metcalf, 


A.  B.,  91;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  freshman  crew,, 
91;  substitute,  'Varsity  crew,  89;  capt.  'Varsity 
crew,  91;  'Varsity  football,  89-90;  Mgr.  Mam- 
moth Copper  Mining  Co. ;  mem.  Am.  Inst.  Min. , 
Engrs. ;  Mining  and  Metallurgical  Soc;  San 
Francisco  Engineers'  Club.     Kennett,  C^l. 

Alfred  B.  Moldenke,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  91;  Ph  D.,  93;  Clergyman;  Pastor  St. 
Peter's   Luth.   Ch.     132   E.   54tli  St.  N.  Y.  C. 

John  G.  Neeser, 

A.  B..  91;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Chandler  Hist. 
Prize;  v.-pres.  Manhattan  Storage  &  Warehouse 
Co.;  mem.  Univ.,  Tuxedo,  Rumson  Country 
and  Columbia  Clubs.  801,  7th  Ave.  and  247 
5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Richard  Suydam  Palmer,* 

d.  1899.  "  J 

Charles  Bruton  Power, 

A.  B.,  91;  LL.  B.,  93.  642  Dearborn  Ave.. 
Helena,  Mont. 

John  Farr  Putnam,* 

d.   1893. 

Jacob  Herbert  Shaffer, 

A.  B.,  91;  LL.  B.,  92;  Delta  Upsilon;  Lawyer; 
trustee.  City  Club;  mem.  Lawyers'  and  Lincoln 
•  Clubs,  Sop.  of  Am.  Wars,  Sons  of  Am.  Revolu- 
tion, Bar,  N.  Y.  Co.,  Am.  and  N.  Y.  State  Bar 
Assns.;  Prospect  Park  South  Assn.  115  Bway, 
N.  Y.  C.  and  97  Marlborough  Rd.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Marcus  Simpson, 

A.  B.,  91;  A.  M.,  92;  Ph.  D.,  98,  Univ.  of 
Munich,  Bavaria;  Philolexian  Lit.  Soc;  1st. 
hon.  mention  in  scholarship  in  Hist.,  89,  and 
English,  90;  Fellowship  in  German,  91-92.  512 
Gladstone  Blvd.,   Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Edward  Allan  Sisson, 

A.  B.,  91;  Delta  Upsilon;  asst.  sec.  Central 
Trust  Co.;  lect.  on  ihvestments,  Univ.  Cinn.; 
treas.  Cincinnati  Branch,  Western  Soc.  Sup- 
pression of  Vice;  treas.  Delta  Upsilon  Club: 
115  E.  4th  St.  and  2551  Homestead  P1-,  Cin- 
cinnati, O. 

Alexis  William  Stein,  Jr.,* 

d.    1910. 


1891-92] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


163 


Newton  Elwell  Stout, 

Psi  Upsilon;  Stock  Broker;  Director  Metro- 
politan Bank,  N.  Y.  C.  and  1st  Natl.  Bank, 
Milburn,  N.  J.;  Governor  N.  Y.  Stock  Ex- 
change; mem.  Lotos  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs. 
25  Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Short  Hills,  N.  J. 

Dwight  Wilcox  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  91;  A.  M.,  93;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Sec. 
and  Asst.  Treas.  Federal  Terra  Cotta  Co.; 
mem.  Univ.  and  N.  Y.  Athl.  Clubs.  Ill  Bway 
and  500  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Richmond  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  91  LL.  B.,  94.     (30  Pine  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Herbert  Edward  Tuttle, 

(Care  Edgar  Zinc  Co.,  Cherry  -Vale,  Kan.) 

Oswald  Werner  Uhl, 

A.  B..  91.     1  W.  72d  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Ktranklin  Mott  Warner, 

A.  B.,  91;  Stock  Exchange  Broker;  Veteran, 
Co.  K,  7th  Regt.,  on  honor  roll  at  end  of  en- 
listment; mem.  Columbia  Univ.,  Calumet  and 
Country  (Westchester)  Clubs.  15  Wall  St.  and 
701  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Wolcott  Warner, 

A.  B.,  91;  Stock  Broker;  mem.  Seawanhaka- 
Corinthian  Yacht,  Riding,  Piping  Rock,  Nassau 
Country  and  Columbia  tjniv.  Clubs.  15  Wall 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Syosset,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Eliot  White, 

Clergyman.  Ellis  Island,  N.  Y.  Harbor  and 
Box  250,  Mahwah,  N.  J. 

John  Barre  Zabriskie, 

(2103  Church  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

1892 

Robert  Archibald  Ashworth,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  92;  A.  M.,  93;  D.  D.,  13,  Brown  Univ.; 
Alpha  Delta  Phi;  scholarship  Eng.  89,  Chem.  90, 
Univ;  Fellow,  Eng.  Language  and  Lit.  92-93; 
sec.  Shakespeare  Soc. ;  pres.  class,  90;  v.-pres. 
Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  1st  mention  Joint  Debate 
Lit.  Socs. ;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Clergyman  (Bap- 
tist) ;  pres.  Milwaukee  Baptist  Union,  Milwau- 
kee Ministerial  Assn.,  chrmh.  Social  Service 
Com.  Milwaukee  Federation  Churches;  trustee, 
Wayland  Acad,  and  Wisconsin  Baptist  Con- 
vention; v.-pres.  Wisconsin  ■  Federation  of 
Churches;  mem.  Exec.  Com.,  Federal  Council 
Churches  of  Christ  in  Am.;  Am.  Council  of 
World  Alliance  of  Churches;  City  Club.  684 
Marshall  St.,  Milwaukee,  Wis. 


David  Bandler, 


A.  B.,  92;  LL.  B.,  94;  charter  mem.  Columbia 

Univ.  Club;  mem.  on  bd.  of  same,  3  yrs. ;  coach 

of  Freshman   crew,   94-96,  which  was  the  only 

successful  crew  to  beat  both  Harvard  dnd  Yale; 

prize  lecturer.  Law  Sch.,  94;  lecturer  in  Law 

Sch.,    94-96;    rowed    on    Freshman    crew,    92; 

mem.  Freshman  football  team,  played  halfback 

; '  and  end  on  2d  'Varsity  football  team;  Attorney- 

•('.[        at-Law;  Pres.  and  mem.  ofBd.  Fairview  Coun- 

"[v"       try    Club,    11-13;    mem    Columbia    University 

Club.     42  B'way.  and  321  W.  92d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

David  Banks, 

Four  years  special  course;  Delta  Phi;  Junior 
Ball  Com.;  Class  Day  Com.;  Law  Publisher; 
Banks  Law  Pub.  Co. ;  Chrmn.  Exec.  Com.  Banks 
Law  Pub.  Co.;  Major  Reserve  List,  N.  G.  N. 


Y.;  mem.  Univ.  and  N.  Y.  Yacht  Clubs,  Sons 
of  the  Revolution;  Society  of  Colonial  Wars; 
St.  Nicholas  Soc;  Vet.  Corps  of  Ar,tillery 
(1812),  Military  Order  of  Foreign  Wars.  23 
Park  PI.  and  161  E.  79th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

David  Banks,  Jr., 

23  Park  PI.  and  161  E.  79th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

J[ohn]  Augustus  Barnard, 

(115  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Louis  Beer, 

A.  B.,  92;  A.  M.,  93;   honors  obtained,  90-91- 
92;   Author;   mem.   Faculty,   Columbia  Univer-  * 
sity  and  Authors'  Clubs.     329  W.  71st  St.,  N. 
Y.   C. 

Charles  James  Blewitt,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  9?;  A.  M.,  95,  N.  Y.  Univ.;  95  graduate 
Union  Theol.  Sem. ;  Clergyman ;  Principal, 
School  "Bible  Study  by  Mail."  2132  Grand 
Ave.,  N.   Y.   C. 

Eli?abeth  Morton  Boyce  (Mrs.  Har- 
low McMillen), 

A.  B.,  92.  1647  Richmond  Turnpike,  W.  New 
Brighton,  S.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Alanson  Tuthill  Briggs, 

A.  B.,  93j  Law,  94;  Shakespeare  Soc;  La 
Bourdormais  Chess  Club,  and  Barnard  Literary 
Association;  English;  Attorney -at- Law;  sec- 
retary Court  House  Board;  clerk  Board  of 
Trustees,  95-12;  New  York  Public  Library, 
Astor,  Lenox  and  Tilden  Foundations;  counsel, 
97-13,  Queens  Borough  Public  Library;  agent 
'  for  acquisition  sites  for  libraries  under  Carnegie 
gift,  01  to  date;  secretary  Court  House  Board, 
12  to  date;  member  Columbia  University  and 
Press  Clubs.  Law  Office  32  Nassau  St.,  Sec. 
Office,  115  B'way.  and  99  Claremont  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Horace  Irving "Brightman, 

A.  B.,  92;  LL.  B.,  93,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Phi 
Gamma  Delta;  Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  Univ., 
Union  League,  Phi  Gamma  Delta  and  Wac- 
cabuc  Country  Clubs,  Assn.  of  the  Bar,  Down 
Town  Assn.  115  Bway  and  3  E.  63d  St.,  N.  Y. 
C.  and  Lake  Waccabuc,  N.  Y. 

John  Richard  Brown, 

482    Colorado   Ave.,   Bridgeport,    Conn. 

Edward  Stella  Brownson,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  92;  A.  M.,  93;  LL.  B.,  95;  Barnard 
'  Literary  Association;  92  Literary  Association; 
Lawyer;  Lawyers'  Club  of  Bkln.,  and  New 
York  County  Lawyers'  Association.  44  Cedar 
St.,  N  .Y.  C.  and  258  Henry  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Benjamin  Lord  Buckley, 

A.  B.,  92;  Delta  Upsilon;  Headmaster 
of  the  Buckley  School;  mem.  Columbia  Uni- 
versity and  Delta  Upsilon  Clubs.  696  Madison 
Ave.  and  480  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  J.  Burchell, 

A.  B..  92;  A.  M.,  93;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Real  Estate;  mem.  Univ., 
City  and  Columbia  University  Clubs.  29  E.  63d 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

A.  Wright  Chapman, 

A.  B.,  92;  E.  E.,  94;  class  football;  Sec.  Turner 
Construction  Co.;  mem.  Ohio  Soc.  of  N.  Y. 
and  Crescent  Athletic  Club.  11  Bway,  N.  Y.  C 
and   160  Hicks  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 


164 


COLUMBIA   COLLEGE 


[1892 


Harris  Robbins  Childs, 

A.  B.,  92;  Delta  Upsilon;  Merchant;  U.  S. 
Vice  and  Acting  Consul  to  Zanzibar;  mem.  _N. 
Y.  Cham.  Commerce;  Univ.  Columbia  Univ., 
India  House,  Circumnavigators,  Wilderness, 
African  Big  Game,  Aden,  Mombasa,  Muthaiga, 
Nairobi,  Sports  (London)  and  Wee  Burn  Golf 
Clubs.  60  Wall  St.  and  149  E.  78th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

T[homas]  Ludlow  Chrystie, 

A.  B.,  92;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  93.  (115 
Bway.  N.  Y.  C.) 

Randall  Comfort, 

A.  B.,  92;  LL.  B.;  95  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Law- 
yer; mem.  Alexander  Hamilton  Camp,  Sons  of 
Veterans.'  1281  Franklin  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Pleasantville,  N.  Y. 

Rufus  Billings  Cowing,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  92;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Alpha  Delta  Phi,  Amateur,  Comedy  and  Glen 
Ridge  Country  Clubs,  and  Bar  Assn.  of  N.  Y. 

C.  49  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  ,C.  and  cor.  Woodland 
Ave.  and  Hillcrest  Road,  Glen  Ridge,  N.  J. 

Henry  Skeillman  Curtis, 

A.  B..  92;  honors  in  French;  instr.  Physics, 
Boys'  High  School.  Putnam  and  Marcy  Aves., 
Bkln.,  N,  Y.  and  4  Terrace  Ave.,  Jamaica,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Frederick  W.  DeGray, 

135   B'way.   and  740  W.   End  Ave.,  N.  Y.   C. 

Augustine  Elmendorf,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  92;  Executive  Secretary  of  Social  Ser- 
vice Diocese  of  Newark,  N.  J.,  Episcopal  Ch. ; 
v.-pres.  People's  Legislative  Bureau;  Exec. 
Com.  N.  J.  Conference  Charities  and  Correc- 
tions; mem.  State  Com.  Old  Age  Insurance 
and  Pensions;  Forest  Hill  Golf  and  'Essex 
County  Clubs.  871  DeGraw  Ave.,  Newark, 
N.J. 

Edwin  Rodney  Fiske, 

A.  B.,  92;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc. ;  Physics  prize,  jun. 
yr. ;  honors  in  Greek,  Physics,  German  and 
English;  Physician;  chief  med.  dir.  Cumber- 
land St.  Hosp. ;  ex-chief  of  staff  Bkln.  Nursery' 
and  Infants  Hosp.;  vis.  phys.  Prospect  Heights 
and  Bkln.  Maternity  Hosps. ;  consult,  phys. 
Bkln.  East  Dist.  Homeo,  Disp.;  mem.  Bkln. 
Riding  and  Driving,  Megantic,  Narrow  Bay, 
Dyker  Meadow  and  Cherry  Valley  Clubs.  1172 
Dean   St..  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Herschel  Luther  Gardner, 

A.  B.,  92;  LL.  B.,  94;  Theta  Delta  Chi:  Law- 
yer; City  Judge,  two  terms;  Treas.  Rep.  Co. 
Com.;    Grand  Master,  I.  O.   O.   F.   of  N.  Y.; 

D.  D.  G.  M.,  29th  Masonic  Dist.;  clerk  First 
Baptist  Ch.  20  yrs.;  mem.  Masonic  Club.  307 
Robinson  Bldg.  and  317  Elm  St.,  Elmira,  N.  Y. 

George  Welling  Giddings, 

(31  Burling  Slip,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Theodore  Hansen, 

A.  B.,  92;  LL.  B.,  94;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Law- 
yer; mem.  Columbia  University  and  Phi  Gamma 
Delta  Clubs.  20  Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Flag- 
town,  N.  J. 

Arthur  Thomas  Hewlett, 

A.  B.,  92;  Alpha  Delta;  Phi;  coxswain,  'Varsity 
crew,      89-90-91;      Interior     Decorator;      mem. 


Columbia  Univ.,  Alpha  Delta  Phi,  Bkln.  Engi- 
neers and  Bkln.  Civic  Clubs.  163  Clymer  and 
68   Remsen   Sts.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  James, 

138  E.  59th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  Winston  Keasbey, 

A.  B.,  92;  Delta  Psi;  mem.  Morristown  Club. 
33   Macculloch  Ave.,   Morristown,   N.   J. 

Joseph  Larocque, 

A.  B.,  92;  A.  M.,  93:  LL.  B.,  94;  Delta  Psi; 
Lawyer;  mem.  Knickerbocker,  Union,  St. 
Anthony,  Riding.  City,  and  Mid-day  Clubs; 
Bar  Assn.,  N.  Y.  C.  40  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  Bernardsville,  N.  J. 

Charles  Warring  LeflSngwell, 

A.  B.,  92;  Psi  Upsilon;  Fruit  Grower;  mem. 
Univ.  (Los  Angeles),  Valley  Hunt  (Pasadena), 
and  San  Gabriel  Valley  Country  Clubs.  731 
Cons.  Realty  Bldg.,  Los  Angeles,  and  45  Oak 
Grove  Ave.,  Pasadena,  Cal, 

Roland  B.  Lloyd, 

A.  B.,  92.     Sreciali  Gratia. 

William  J.  McKim, 

57  Chambers  St.,  N.  Y  .C.  and  Great  Falls, 
N.J. 

Addison  Moore, 

156  Union  St.,  Schenectady,  N.  Y. 

George  E.  Morgan, 

A.  B..  92:  Lawyer.  59  Wall  St.  and  122 
Waverley  PI.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Stevenson  Nicholas,  Jr., 

(44  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  Ten  Broeck  Ferine, 

Grad.  Plainfield,  (N.  J.)  High  Sch.,  88;  Certi- 
field  Public  Accountant;  mem.  firm  Perine  & 
Nichols;  with  Third  Natl.  Bank  (Jersey  City), 
89-93;  cashier  U.  S.  Mortgage  &  Trust  Co.  and 
later  treas.  do.;  chief  operating  officer  The 
Audit  Co.,  of  N.  Y.,  04-09:  pres.  do.,  07-09; 
appointed  Dep.  Comptroller  State  of  N.  Y.,  09; 
receiver  and  assignee  in  important  Wall  St. 
failures;  lect.,  exp^ert  and  authority  on  ac- 
counts, with  experience  in  America  and  Eu- 
rope; devised  a  thorough  system  of  accounts  for 
State  of  N.  Y.;  expert  witness  in  cases  of  liti- 
gation; financial  writer;  lect.  and  speaker  at 
Conv.  of  Am.  Bankers'  Assn.  149  B'way.  and 
805  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  Main  Post, 

115  B'way.,  N  .Y.  C.  and  Babylon,  N.  Y. 

Alexander  Moncrief  Proudfit,* 

d.  1899. 

Edward  Roberts, 

A.  B.,  92;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  class  football 
team;  v.-pres.  of  corporation;  mem.  Columbia 
Univ.  Midland  Golf  and  South  Shore  Yacht 
Club ;  Columbia  and  Polytechnic  Alumni  Assns.  r 
St.  Nicholas  Soc.  and  Sons  of  Revolution.  10 
Washington  Place,  N  Y.  C.  and  7  Hancock 
St.,  Bkln..  N.  Y. 

James  Burges  Sill,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  92;  B.  D.,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  97;  Alpha 
Delta  Phi;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc.;  Honor  in  English; 
Sen.  pres.  Barnard  Lit.  Soc.  Sen.  Yr.;  Clerg.; 
asst.  priest  Ch.  of  the  Redeemer,  N.  Y.,  97-00; 
rector  Trinity  Ch.  Ashland,  N.  Y.,  00-02;  assoc. 
priest  Rutherford  Associate  Mission,  N.  C, 
10-15;  rector  Calvary  Ch.,  N.  Y.  C,  15. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


165 


Charles  H.  Sisson, 

A.  B.,  92;  B.  S.,  Mass.  Inst.  Tech.,  02;  Delta 
Upsilon;  Supt.  Baldwin  Piano  Factory,  Cin- 
cinnati; mem.  Univ.  Club,  N.  Y.  C.  Gilbert 
Ave.  and  Eden  Park  Entrance  and  3106  Gloss 
Ave.,  Pleasant  Ridge,  Cincinnati,  O. 

Everett  Pepperell  Smith,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  92;  B.  D.  Episcopal  Theol.  Sch.,  95. 
(The  Deanery,  Boise,  Idaho.) 

John  Coleridge  Travis, 

2  Rector  and  152  E.  22d  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Clarence  Walton  Vail, 

A.  B.,  92;  A.  M.,  93;  Zeta  Psi;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  honor  90,  History;  Fellow  Germanic 
lang.  and  lit.,  92-93;  class  historian,  88-89;  ed. 
Columbian,  90;  teacher  English,  Manual  Train- 
ing High  Sch.:  dramatic  dir.  M.  T.  H.  S., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y.;  cor.  sec.  Am.  Whist  League,  02- 
08;  chrmn.  Entertainment  Com.,  Univ.  Club, 
Bkln.,  11-13;  mem.  Univ.  Club.  Bkln.,  Knicker- 
bocker and  Whist  Clubs,  N.  Y.;.  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  High  Sch.  Teach.  Assn..  Gr.  N.  Y. 
Manual  Training  High  Sch.  and  238  Garfield 
PI.,  Bkln..  N.  Y. 

Charles  Augiiste  Valadier,* 

A.  B.,  92;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  95.    d.  1909. 

Augustus  S.  Vatable, 

A.  B.,  92;  Zeta  Psi;  Real  Estate;  mem.  Fencers 
Club.  340  Madison  Ave.  and  73  E.  80th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Dana  Clemmer  Wells  (1893), 

E.  E.,  96;  final  honors  cKem.,  93;  Princi- 
'  pal  High  and  Putnam  Free  Schools ;  mem. 
Mass.  High  Sch.  Masters  Club,  Mass.  sch. 
Masters  Club,  Dalton  Club  (Newburyport)  and 
various  professional  associations.  High  School, 
and  39  Broad  St.,  Newburyport,  Mass. 

William  Edward  West  (1893), 

M.  D.,  95.     (170  W.  85th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Joseph  Center  Wight, 

A.  B..  93:  A.  M.,  94. 

Edward  Bownes  Willets,  Jr., 

(119  Montague,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Zaidee  Williams, 

A.  M.,  00.     146  W.  72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stephen  Samuel  Wise, 

A.  B.,  92;  Ph.  D.,  01;  Rabbi,  Free  Synagogue; 
v.-]pres.  Provisional  Zionist  Comm.;  trust.  Natl. 
Child  Labor  Comm.;  v.-pres.  Free  Religious 
Assn.;  founder  and  dir.  Eastern  Council  Re- 
form Rabbis;  v.-pres.  Am.  Assn.  Labor  Legis- 
lation; dir.  N.  Y.  State  Conf.  Religion;  dir. 
N.  Y.  Peace  Soc.  36  W.  68th  and  23  W.  90th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

August  Zinsser,  Jr.  (1893), 

Zeta  Psi;   Banker;   President  Yorkville   bai 
trustee  (jerman  Savings  Bank;  treasurer,  Iba 
bella  Heimath;  mem.  Columbia  jjniversity  Club; 
Bar  Association.     Care  Yorkville   Bank,    1511, 
3d  Ave.  and  12  W.  10th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

1893 

Floyd  Appleton, 

A.  B.,  93;  Ph.  D.,  06;  grad.  Genl.  T.  S.  96; 
clerg.-;  mem.  Soc.  of  Doctors  of  Philosophy  Col. 
Univ.  and  exec.  com.  of  Alumni  Federation  12- 
14.    St.  Paul's  rectory,  Harrisburg,  Pa. 


Henry  W.  Bainton,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  93;  Union  Theo.  Sem.  96;  Psi  Upsilon; 
field  rep.  of  pres.  Sabbath  Sch.  Bd.  Synod 
Wyoming;  clerg.  stated  clerk-  Laramie  Presby- 
tery. Box  364  Cheyenne,  Wyo.,  and  1960  Dah- 
lia St.,  Denver,  Col. 

Lloyd  B.  Banks,* 

d.  Jan.  16,  95.     Waterbury,  Conn. 

Acton  Civill  Bassett, 

A.  B.,  93;  L.LB.  94,  New  York  Law  School; 
Attorney-at-Law.    -137  W.  74th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Henry  Bawden,  Rev., 

A..  B.,  93;  grad.  96,  Union  Theol.  Sem.;  Lit.' 
Soc,  93;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Pastor  First  Baptist 
Ch.;  Young  People's  sec.  N.  J.  Bap.  Con.  11-14; 
modersitor  East  N.  J.  Bap.  Assn.,  14-15;  mem. 
Clergy  and  Q  (N.  Y.  C.)  Clubs.  133  Gordon 
St.,  Perth  Amboy,  N.  J. 

Henry  C.  Bernheim, 

A.  B.,  93;  first  honor  mathematics;  merchant; 
mem.  Century  Country  Club  and  Bibliophile 
Soc,  409  Lafayette  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  W.  Pur- 
chase St.,  Rye,  N.  Y. 

Max  J.  Bernheim, 

A.  B.,  93;  L.L.  B.  95;  lawyer.  37  Wall  St., 
and  The  Belnord,  W.  86th  St.,  N..  Y.  C. 

Abraham  Bijur, 

(145  Water  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Joseph  Bijur, 

A.  B.,  93;  E.  E.,  95;  honor  man  in  Mechanics; 
scholarship  in  Physics;  Elec.  Eng.;  pres.  Bijur 
Motor  Lighting  Co.;  mem.  Standards  Comm. 
Soc.  Automobile  Engrs.;  mem.  Harmonie  (N. 
Y.),  North  Shore  Country,  Inwood  Golf  and 
Hollywood  Golf  Clubs.  Garden  and  15th  Sts., 
Hoboken,  N.  J.  and,  122  E.  60th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Middleton  S.  Borland, 

A.  B.,  93;  lawyer;  member  firm  Bowers  & 
Sands  46  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Hewlett, 
Nassau  Co.,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Chisholm  Brainerd, 

A.  B.,  93;  L.  L.  B.  95;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
lawyer.  215  Montague  St^  Brooklyn,  N.  Y., 
and  12  W  9th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Ross  BrinckerhofF, 

(68  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  Morgan  Brookfield, 

2  Rector  and  132  E.  78th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Elias  G.  Brown, 

A.  B.,  93;  M.  D.  95;  Phi  Delta  Theta  prizes 
in  half-mile  run;  phys.  and  director  Mountain 
School  for  Boys;  fellow  N.  Y.  Acad  of  Med.; 
mem.  Med.  Soc.  Co.  of  Ulster;  Schoolmasters' 
Assn.  Mountain  School,  Allaben,  Ulster  Co.,  ■ 
and  Adirondack  Camp,  Glenburne-on-Lake 
George,  N,  Y.    ■ 

John  F.  -Carew, 

A.  B.,  93;  LL.  B.,  96;  prize  man,  law,  96; 
Attorney  and  Counsellor  at  Law;  member  New 
York  Assembly,  04;  member  U.  S.  House  of 
Representatives,  13-17  (63d  and  64th  Con- 
gresses) ;  member  New  York  Athletic  and  Na- 
tional Democratic  Clubs.  190  Montague  St., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y.,  and  311  E.  57th  St.,  N.  Y.  C 

Sidney  Bernhard  Cohn* 


166 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1893 


Howard  Martin  Cook  (1894), 

(Essex  Falls,  N.  J.) 

Peter  G.  Cornell, 

A.  B.,  93;  hotel  bus.j  mgr.  Catskill,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Edward  Crampton, 

A.  B,,  93;  Ph.  D.  99;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  prof. 
Zoology  Columbia  University  (Barnard  Col- 
lege); fellow  New  York  Academy  of  Science; 
(corresponding  secretary);  member  American 
Association  Advanced  Science;  American 
Ethnol;  American  Sociol;  American  Fisheries; 
National  Geographical  and  American  Entomo- 
gical  Societies;  American  Society  Naturalists 
and  American  Society  Zoologists,  Century,  Co- 
lumbia University,  Quill  and  Explorers' 
Clubs;  Columbia  University  and  American 
Museuiji  Natural  History,  and  2880  Broadway, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Joseph  Livingston  Delafield, 

35  Nassau  and  33  W.  12th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Maturin  lyivingston  Delafield, 

29  Avenue  Davel,  Lansanne,  Switzerland. 

Louis  Washington  Dinkelspiel, 

LL.  B.,  94;  N.  Y.  Law  School;  Lawyer.  37 
Liberty   St.,   N.   Y.   C. 

William  Ballou  Donnell,* 

d.  1905. 

Edward  A.  Duer, 

Care  B.  &  O.  R.  R.  Co.,  Pier  22.  Phila.,  Pa., 
and  212  N.  5th  St.,  Camden,  N.  J. 

Appleton  Grannis,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  93;  A.  M.,  98;  Phi  Gamma  Delta; 
Clergyman  (St.  Anne's  Epis.  Church);  trustee 
Rogers'  Hall  Sch.,  Lowell  Social  Service 
League,  Battles  Home,  pres.  Lowell  Federation 
Churches;  mem.  Yorick  and  Essex  County 
Country  Clubs.    8  Kirk  St.,  Lowell,  Mass. 

Roland  Palmer  Gray, 

A.  B,,  93;  A.  M.,  07;  Univ.  Rochester;  Delta 
Upsilon;  Shakespeare  Soc. ;  prof,  and  head 
dept.  Eng. ;  pres.  Maine  Council  of  Teachers 
of  Eng.;  mem.  Arts  Club;  Modern  Language 
Assn.    University  of  Maine,  Orono,  Me. 

Chauncey  B.  GriflSths,     , 

A.  B.,  93;  M.  D.,  96;  Physician  and  Surgeon; 
surgeon,  Hospital  for  Women  and  Children; 
member  Practitioners'  Club,  Essex  County  Medi- 
cal and  New  Jersey  State  Medical  Socs.; 
American  Medical  Association,  and  Academy 
Medicine,  Northern  Jersey.  257  Clinton  Ave., 
Newark,  N,  J. 

Willett  N,  Hawkins,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  93;  Episcopal  clerg.    Hobart,  N.  Y. 

George  Charles  Hayes,. 
William  Addison  Hervey, 

A.  B.,  93;  A.  M.,  94;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  prof. 
German  languages.  Columbia  University  and 
607  W.  138th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Muller  Hopkins,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  93;  A.  M.  Harvard  96;  Ph.  D.  98.  d. 
1910. 

Frederick  Kaufman,* 
Stephen  Henry  Keating, 

(34  Nassau  St.;  N.  Y.  C), 


Harvey  Roberts  Kingsley, 

A.  B.,  93;  L.  L.  B.,  96;  Psi  Upsilon;  pres. 
fresh,  class;  mem.  Philolexian  Lit.  Soc. ; 
track  athl.  team  4  yrs.;  capt.  senior  yr. ;  law- 
yer; mem.  bd,  Sch.  com.;  rep.  county  com.; 
director  Clement  National  Bank. ;  mem.  Univ. 
Club,  N.  Y. ;  Country  (Rutland)  and  Ethan 
Allen  Clubs,  Burlington.  Center,  cor.  Water 
Sts.,  and  73  Pine  St.,  Rutland,  Vt. 

Arthur  Charles  Kletzsch, 

A.  B.,  93;  LL.  B.,  96;  Delta  Upsilon;  Barnard 
Lit.  Soc;  93  Lit.  Soc;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Law- 
yer and  mine  operator;  mem.  Masons,  Milwau-  ■ 
kee  Deutscher  Club,  Milwaukee  Country  Club. 
Care  Republican  House,  and  1337  Grand  Ave., 
Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Pierre  Pearsall  Lahens, 

123  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  128  Whitford 
Ave.,  Nutley,  N.  J. 

Wilfrid  Lay, 

A.  B.,  93;  Ph.  D.,  98;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; -teacher 
of    Latin.    Flushing    High    School,    Plandome, 

N.  Y.  ■     ■ 

Leffert  Lefferts, 

A.  B.,  93;  A.  M.,  97.  170  Fenimore  St.,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

Louis  Leslin,* 

A.  B.,  93;  M.  D.,  95.    d.  1903. 

Caspar  Levias, 

A.  B.,  93;  A.  M.,  94.  (157  Chadwick  Ave., 
Newark,  N.  J.) 

William  J.  Littell, 

Navy  Yard,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.  and  80  Wash.  Sq.  W., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Leonard  Beecher  McWhood, 

^355  Woodland  Road,  Madison,  N.  J.) 

Edward  Peale  MacMullen,* 

d.  1898. 

Walter  Taylor  Marvin, 

A.  B.,  93;  Ph.  D.,  98;  Univ.  Bonn  (Germany); 
93,  Literary;  Professor  (philosophy  and 
psychology).  Rutgers  (College  and  5  Senior 
St.,  New  Brunswick,  N.  J. 

Walter  Herbert  Merrall, 

A.  B.,  93;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Treas.  and 
Dir.  Acker,  Merrall  &  Condit  Co.  of  N.  Y. 
Dir.  do.  of  N.  J.,  and  R.  I.  also  of  Luyties  Bros, 
and  of  Henry  Maillard;  mem.  N.  Y.  Yacht,  New 
York,  Columbia  and  Knollwood  Country  Clubs.- 
135  W.  42d  and  129  W.  72d  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C.      . 

George  Lawrence  Myers,* 

d.  1903. 

Walter  S.  Newhouse, 

A.  B.,  93;  LL.  B.,  95;  lawyer;  mem.  Columbia 
Univ.,  Reform  Clubs;  Bar  Assn.  of  N.  Y.  C. 
37  Liberty  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  96  Hicks  St., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

George  N.  Olcott,* 

A.  B.,  93;  Ph.  D.,  99.    d.  1912. 

Thomas  Pollock  Peters, 

A.  B.,  93;  LL.  B.  and  J.  D.  St.  Lawrence.  (155 
Keap  St.,  Bkln,  N.  Y.) 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


167 


Hamilton  Bancker  Phelps,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  93;  pres.  Shakespeare  Soc.  93;  Clerg.; 
rector  Trinity  Church;  sec.  standing  com. 
Epis.  Ch;  diocese  Del.,  06-11;  pres.  do.  11-14. 
Grove  St.,  Thomaston,  Conn. 

Charles  Louis  Pollard, 

A.  B.,  93;  A.  M.,  94.    (New  Brighton,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Lovett  Rile,  Jr., 
Fielding  T.  Robeson, 

A.  B.,  93;  M.  D.,  9S;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Phys.  and  Surg.;  Hosp.  appointment;  insurance 
work;  mem.  Sons  of  Am.  Revolution,  Soc.  War 
of  1812.     302  Central  Park  West,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Grundy  Rotter 
Sanford  Louis  Rotter, 

A.  B.,  93;  A.*^.,  94. 

William  R.  Shepherd, 

A.  B.,  93;  A.  M.,  94;  Ph.  D.,  96;  Alpha  Chi 
Rho  (hon.  mem.  elected  after  graduation);  14 
departmental  honors;  Phi  Beta  Kap^a;  prof, 
history  Col.  Univ.;  honorary  .prof.  Univ.  Chile; 
cors.  mem.  Spanish  Royal  Academy;  hist.  Ar- 
gentine Scien.  Soc;  Natl.  Acad.  Hist.  Vene- 
zuela; mem.  Hespanic  Soc.  America;  Colom- 
bia Group  com.;  Pan-Am,  Financial  Confer- 
ence. Kent  Hall,  Col.  University,  and  468 
Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Louis  Victor  Southack,* 

d.   190S. 

Francis  Ferdinand  Spies, 

(1253  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Arnon  Lyon  Squiers, 

A.  B.,  93;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  94.  (226 
New  York  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Francis  Stone,  Jr., 

50  Church  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Upper  Montclair, 
N.  J. 

Andrew  Varick  Stout, 

A.  B.,  93;  Psi  Upsilon;  Cockswain,  Freshman 
Crew,  93;  Banker;  mem.  University,  Racquet, 
Bankers'  Rumson  Country  and  Columbia  Clubs. 
115  Bway.  and,  129  E.  55th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Starr  Taintor, 

A.  B.,  93;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Vice- Pres.,  The 
H.  F.  Taintor  Mfg.  Co.;  Lieut.-Commander 
Naval  Militia  N.  Y.  Retired;  mem.  N.  Y. 
Yacht  Club;  Society  of  Colonial  Wars.  2 
Rector  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Stamford,  Conn. 

Albert  Payson  Terhune, 

(200  W.  78th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

•  Samuel    George    Fitzhugh    Town- 
send,* 

A.  B.,  93;  E.  E.,  96.     d.    1906. 

Sidney  Hubbell  Treat,  Rev.,* 

A.  B.,  93:  A.  M.,  94;  B.  D.  Episcopal  Theol. 
Sch.,  Camb.,  97.     d.  1903. 

Frederic  Edgar  Underbill, 

A.  B.,  93;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Graduation 
Honor,  Greek  Art;  Class  Foot  Ball;  Hardware 
Mer.;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club:  St.  Nicholas 
Soc;  Sons  of  Revolution;  Soc  Colonial  Wars, 
Soc.  War,  12;  Vet.  Corps  Artillery;  Naval 
Order  U.  S.  84  White  and  170  W.  76th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 


Albert  W.  von  Lilienthal, 

Agriculture  and  Timber;  Ex-Adj.  Gen.  U.  S.  A.; 
1st  Dist.,  Mindanao  and  Jolo  and  later  Dist. 
Engr. ;  mem.  Union  League,  City,  Columbia 
Univ.  and  Army  and  Navy  Clubs.  Gunstock 
Hill,  Laconia,  N.  H.  and  1  E.  39th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Treadwell  Wade, 

A.  B.,  93;  Asst.  Managing  Kd.Columbia  Specta- 
tor; Honors,  German,  English  and  Chemistry; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Editor  and  Author;  Pres. 
Class  93;  Asst.  in  Physics  Col.  Univ.,  93-99 
Ed.  Staff  New  Interl  Encyclopedia,  00-16; 
Ed.  Staif  New  Interl  Year  Book.  00-16;  Treas. 
Soc.  Colonial  Wars,  14-16;  (ioviemoir  Col. 
Univ.  Club;  Chrmn,  Standing  Com.  Assn. 
Alumni  Col.  Coll,  15-16:  mem.  Univ.  Col.  Univ.; 
Assn.  of  Alumni  Col.  Col!,  Sons  of  the  Revolu- 
tion. 331  Madison  Ave.  and  149  East  46th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  N.  Whitehorne, 

A.  B.,  93;  M.  D.,  95;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  Phys.; 
mem.  Clinical  Club  and  7th  Regt  Vets.  Assn. 
22  W.  123d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Philip  Whyland, 

(211  W.  107th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Amerman  Wilson, 

Railroad  Ave.  and  East  Clinton  Ave.,  Tenafly, 
N.J. 

Fred  Templeton  Zabriskie,* 

A.  B.,  93;  M.  D.  95.     d.   1905. 

1894 

David  D.  Ackerman, 

(Closter,  N.  J.) 

Paul  Armitage, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL..  B.,  96;  Psi  Upsilon;  Alumni 
Scholarship,  90;  awarded  Scholarship  for  four 
yrs.  in  Arts;  Lawyer;  mem.  Union  League  and 
Columbia  Univ.  Clubs  N.  Y.  C.  Bar  and  N.  Y. 
Co.  Lawyers'  Assns.  233  Bway  and  13  Central 
Pk  W.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Lawrence  Atterbury, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  97.  (141  W.  86th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

William  Hayden  Baker, 

A.  B.,  94;  M.  D.,  96.  (303  Majestic  Bldg., 
Quincy,  111.) 

John  Philip  Benkhard, 

A.  B.,  94;  Delta  Phi;  Stock  Broker;  Capt. 
U.  S.  v.,  98;  mem.  Knickerbocker,  Tuxedo, 
Columbia  Univ.  and  Delta  Phi  Clubs.  61Bway 
and  135  E.  54th  St.  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Fuller  Berry, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  96;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Teacher; 
Class  Sec.  since  90;  Vice-Pres.  Col.  Chapter 
Phi  Beta  Kappa,  11-12.  59th  St.  and  10th  Ave. 
and  601  W.  148th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Ottomar  Block, 

214  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  36  Arlington  Ave., 
Caldwell,  N.  J. 

Francis  Hill  Bowman, 

(269  Walnut,  West  Lynn,  Mass.) 

Charles  J.  Breck, 

A.  B.,  94;  Glee  Club;  Lawyer;  Univ.  Glee; 
Masonic,  N.  Y.  Motor  Boat;  Ivanhoe  Lodge, 
F.  &  A.  M.  45  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  117  Rad- 
ford St.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 


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[1894 


George  Henry  Broughton,  Jr.,*  ' 

d.  1901. 

Francis  Tillou  Buck, 

C1S8  W.  48th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Russell  E.  Burke, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  96;  LL.  B.  96;  Phi  Delta 
Phi;  Lawyer;  mem.  Bar  Assn.;  Columbia  Univ. 
Club.  37  Liberty  St.  and  222  West  End,  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Spencer  Carleton, 

A.  B.,  94;  M.  D.,  98;  Delta  Uosilon:  Scholarship 
and  final  Honors  in  Chemistry;  Phys.;  Prof. 
N.  Y.  Med.  Coll.  for  Women.  180  W.  59th  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  28  Covert  PI..  Flushing,  N.  Y. 

George  Stanislaus  Connell, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.  01. 

Harold  Coburn  Cook* 

d.  1901. 

Walter  Wheeler  Cook, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  99;  Polit.  Sci;  LL.  M.,  01 
Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Phi  Delta  Phi;  Philolex- 
ian;  Jun.  Prize  Scholarship  $100  in  Mechanics 
same  in  Physics;  Tappan  Prize  Const.  Law. 
Prof,  of  Law  Univ.,  Chicago  Law  Sch. ;  after 
Oct.  1st,  16,  Yale  Univ. :  Sec-Treas.  Assn.  of 
Am.  Law  Schools,  12-15;  Pres.,  do.,  15-16;  Natl. 
Sec-Treas.  Order  of  the  Coif;  mem.  City  Qub 
(Chicago) ;  Quodrangle  Club  (Univ.  Chicago) 
Univ.  of  Chicago  and  691?  Bennett  Ave., 
Chicago,  111.  and  Yale  Univ.;  New  Haven, 
Conn. 

Eugene  Howell  Daly, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B..  96.  123  S.  Van 
Buren  St.,  Riverside,  Cal. 

Charles  A.  de  Lima, 

130  W.  44th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  79  Via  Cavour, 
Florence,  Italy. 

Alexander  W.  Doolittle, 

A.  B.,  94;  Lelta  Unsilon;  Mdse.  Broker.  108 
Genesee  St.,  Utica,  N.  Y.  and  118  Genesee  St., 
New  Hartford.  N.  Y. 

William  Coffin  Dornin, 

A.  B.,  94;  Psi  Upsilon;  Philolexian;  Real  Es- 
tate and  Insurance.     36  W.  35th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Horace  Dowie, 

A.  B.,  94;  E.  E.,  96;  Electrical  Eng. ;  Elec.  Eng. 
Westinghouse,  Church,  Kerr  &  Co.;  mem.  Am. 
Soc.  Elec.  Engineers;  Natl.  Elec.  Lt..  Assn.  37 
Wall  St.,  N.  Y;  C.  and  1800  Madison  St.,  Bklyn, 
N.  Y. 

Frederic  Clifford  Earl, 

Care  Mechanics  Trust  Co.  and  1  Forrester  PI., 
Bayonne,  N.  J. 

Harold  Sharpe  Emerson, 

(125  Gates  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Shepherd  Ivory  Franz, 

A.  B.,  94;  Ph.  'D.,  99;  Psychologist  and 
Scientific  Director  Govnmt.  Hosp.  for  Insane 
and  Prof.  Psychology  and  Physiology,  George 
Washington  Univ.;  mem.  Cosmos  Club.  St. 
Elizabeth,  Wash.,  D.  C. 

Joseph  Peter  Grace, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  95.  (7 
Hanover  Sq.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


Thomas  Hale,  Jr., 

60  Beaver  St.,  N.  Y.   C.  and   100  Locust  Hill 
Ave.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Otto  Theodore  Hess,* 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  95;  LL.  B..  96.     d.  1908. 

.Philip  Redington  Mudge  Hildreth,* 

d.  1898. 

Charles  Adams  Holder, 

6  Hanover  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Edgemerej  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

J.  C.  Howell, 

A.  B.,  ,94;  A.  M.,  96;  LL.  B.,  97.  Salisbury, 
Conn. 

Ernest  Valentine  Hubbard, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  95;  M.  ot,  98:  Phi  Gamma 
Delta;  Physician;  Asst.  Surg.  Manhattan  Eye, 
Ear  and  Throat  Hosp.;  Pres, 'West  End  Med. 
Soc;  Fellow  Acad.  Med.;  Dir.  British  War 
Relief  Assn. ;  mem.  Col.  Univ.,  St^  Nicholas, 
Sons  of  the  Revolution.  17  E.  38th  and  36  E. 
63d  Sts..  N.  Y.  C. 

David  Stewart  Iglehart, 

(University  Club,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Meir  Jaffa, 

Edgar  M.  Johnson, 

LL.  B.,  94,  N.  Y.  Law  School;  Sophomore Tri- 
iimph  Committee;  Lawyer;  Ohio  State  Senate,' 
78th    and    79th    General    Assemblies;    minority' 
floor  leader,  79th  General  Assembly;  Republican, 
State  Executive  Committeeman  ((3hio);  nomin-' 
ated  for  City  Solicitor   (Corporation  Counsel),* 
11,  but  defeated  with  entire  Republican  Ticket;*, 
director  in  various  corporations  and  charities; 
mem.    Cincinnati    Bar    and    Ohio    Bar    Assns.; 
Blaine,  Phoenix,  Losantiville  Country  and  Busi- 
ness Men's  Clubs.    Union  Trust  Bldg.  and  2648 
Stanton  Ave.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 

Herbert  Macleod  Johnston, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  95;  LL.  B.,  99:  N.  Y.  Law 
School;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Scholarship  in  Eng., 
93;  Univ.  Fellow,  94-96;  Lawyer.  lllBway, 
N.  Y.  C.  and  Stewart  Manor.  New  Hyde  Parjt, 

N.  Y. 

Shepherd  Knapp, 

A.  B.,  94;  D.  D.,  12;  N.  Y.  Univ..  Alpha  Delta 
Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc; 
Scholarship,  Mathematics,  91;  Honors,  Greek 
(1),  English  (1,  2,  3),  Historv  (2).  Latin  (1,  2), 
Math.  (1,  2,  3),  Ipgic  and  Psychology  (3); 
Class  Pres.  (2,  4);  Pres.  Barnard  Lit.  Soc. 
(4);  mem.  Columbian  Bd.;  Valedictorian; 
Clergyman;  Trustee,  Worcester  Polytech  Inst., 
Memorial  Hosp.  (Worcester,  Mass.) ;  mem. 
Columbia  Univ.  and  City  (N.  Y.  C.)  Clubs; 
Sons  of  Rev.;  Am.  Antiquarian  Soc.  8 
Institute  Rd.,  Worcester,  Mass. 

George  William  Kosmak, 

A.  B.,  94;  M.  D.,  99;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  Phys.; 
Attendt.  Surg.  Lying-in  Hosp.,  N.  Y,;  mem.  N. 
Y.  Yacht  Club.     23  E.  93d  St.,  N.  Y.  C 

Horatio  Sheafe  Krans, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  97;  Ph.  D.  03;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Writer  and  Editor;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  and  Au- 
thors' Club.  Inter.  Encyclopaedia.  Care  Dodd, 
Mead  Co.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Briarcliffe  Road,  Moun- 
tain Lake,  N.  J. 


1894] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


169 


Medwin  Leale, 

A.  B.,  94;  M.  D.,  96;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Fhilolexian  Debating  Soc. ;  Historian  Class  of 
Arts,  94;  Phys.;  Attndg  Pliys.  Floating  Hosp., 
St.  John's  Guild,  96-97;  Phys.  Roosevelt  Hosp. 
Out  Door  Dept.,  00-08;  Capt  and  Asst  Surg. 
Med.  Dept.,  Squadron  A.  N.  G.  N.  Y.  03;  mem. 
Squadron  A.  and  Nassau  County  Clubs.  '43 
.W.  52d.  St..  N.  Y.  C.  and  Glen  Cove,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Prescott  Le  Breton, 

A.  B.,  94;  M.  D.,  96;  Surgeon  on  Surg.  Staff, 
Buffalo  General,  Children's,  Erie  Co.,  Columbus 
and-  Municioal  Hogps;  mem.  Univ.  and  Park 
Clubs.  125  Allen  St.,  and  15  Manchester  PI., 
Buffalo.  N.  Y. 

Walter  H.  Liebman, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  97;  Chanler  Hist,  prize, 
94;  Lawyer;  mem.  of  N.  Y.  Assembly,  08;  Trus- 
tee Soc.  Ethical  Culture;  mem.  City,  Reform, 
Harmonic,  Century  Country  and  Hollywood 
Golf  Clubs;  Assn.  of  Bar  City  of  N.  Y.;  Am. 
and  N.  Y.  State  Bar  Assns.  233  Bway  and 
55  E.  82d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harry  Warren  Lincoln, 

113  Hancock  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Campbell  E.  Locke, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  96;  LL.  B..  96;  Alpha  Delta 
Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  firm 
Alexander  &  Green;  mem.  Columhia  Univ.  and 
Rockway  Hunt  Clubs;  Bar  Assn.,  N.  Y.  City. 
120  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Cedarhurst.  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Russell  Hillard  Loines, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  98;  Harvard  University; 
Shakespeare  Soc;  Barnard  Lit.  Society;  Ten- 
nis Champion,  93,  94;'  Editorial  Board,  Blue 
and  'White;  Editorial  board.  Literary  Monthly 
(a  founder) ;  Lawyer  and  Marine  Insurance ; 
Com.  on  Seamen's  Act,  U.  S.  Chamber  Com- 
merce; Executive  Commission,  Civil  Service . 
Reform  Assn.;  mem.  City,  Harvard  and  Rich- 
mond County,  Country  Clubs.  49  Wall  St.,  N. 
Y.  C,  and  Dongan  Hills,  S.  I..  N.  Y. 

Frederic  Ludlow  Luqueer, 

A.  B.,  94;  Ph.  D.,  96.  (86  Marlborough  Road, 
Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

William  Jeremiah  Millard, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  98.  (7  Cedar 
Ave;,  Rockville  Center,  N.  Y.) 

Frederick  F.  Newman, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  96;  Lawyer:  member  Har- 
monic Club.  2  Rector  and  52  E.  81st  Sts.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Robert  R.  Pardow, 

Rowed  No.  7  on  freshman  crew,  91,  winning 
from  Harvard  and  breaking  record;  freshman, 
football  team;  asst.  sec.  First  Federal  Trust 
Co.;  mem.  Univ.  and  Commonwealth  Clubs 
(San  Francisco),  Marin  Golf  and  Country  Club 
(San  Rafael,  Cal.).  1  Montgomery  St.,  and 
Univ.  Club,  San  Francisco,  Cal. 

George  M.  Parker, 

A.  B.,  94;  M.  D.,  96;  Physician,  Psycho- 
Therapeutics;  member  Roosevelt  Alumni;  A. 
M.  A.;  American  Med.  Psychological  Society. 
23  E.  77th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Warren  Waverley  Phelan, 

•  A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  96;  Ph.  D.  George  Washing- 
ton, 05;  Dean  of  Summer  Sch.  and  Prof.  B~aylor 
Univ.    (State  Univ.,  Norman,  Okla.) 


Albert  Capron  Phillips, 

A.  B„  94;  Delta  Kappa  Epsiloifi;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Greek  Scholarship,  Soph  yr.;  James 
Gordon  Bennett  prize  in  Political  Sci.;  News- 
paper-man;  Pres.  Philolexian  Soc.  93-9-4;  mem. 
Rocky  Mountain  Club.  N.  Y.  Times.  217  W. 
43d  and^506  W.  11 1th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Theodore  Irving  Reese,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  94;  B.  D.  Epis.  Theol.  Sch.  (Cambridge, 
Mass.);  D.  D.,  13;  Kenyon  Coll.;  Delta  Psi; 
Clerg. ;  Bishop  Coadjutor  Southern  Ohio; 
Chrmn  Ohio  Bd.  Arbitration  appointed  by 
Governor'  Harmon,  10.  515  E.  Broad  St., 
Columbus,  O, 

Winfred  Rhoades,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  94;  Delta  Upsilon;  Philolexian  Lit.  Soc; 
fresh,  scholarship  in  Eng.  lit.;  pastor  Eliot 
Cong.  Ch.,  Boston;  mem.  Am.  Cong.  Assn.; 
pres.  Conference  14;  Assoc.  Charities  (Bos- 
ton) ;  mem.  bd.  dir.  Cong.  Educ-  Soc.  (until 
1916);  mem.  exec.  com.  Home  Miss.  Soc.  (until 
1916);  mem.-  Natl  Council  Cong,  ,  Churches 
(1907-13);  .mem.  Fellowship  Reconciliation 
League  to  Enforce  Peace;  Mass.  Civic  League, 
Mass.  Peace  Soc,  HoxbUry  Charitable  Soc, 
Good  Govt.  Assn.,  Public  Sch.  Assn.,  director 
Roxbury  Boys'  Club,  mem,  exec,  com,  Rox- 
bury  Sch.  Centre.  Kenilworth  St.,  Roxbury, 
Boston,  and  23  Moreland  St.,  Roxbury,  Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

Harry  Pelham  Robbins, 

A.  B.,  94;  Psi  Upsilon;  real  estate;  mem.  bd. 
mgrs.  N,  Y,  Assn,  Improving  Condition  Poor 
and  Prot,  Epis,  City  Mission  Soc;  Gov,  and 
v.-pres.  Southampton  Hosp,;  mem,  bd,  dirs. 
Empire  Trust  Co, ;  mem,  Knickerbocker  Univ, ;, 
Racquet  and  Tennis,  Riding,  Turf  and  Field 
and  Squadron  A,  Clubs,  52  Vanderbilt  Ave., 
and  19  E.  80th  St.,  N.  Y,  C, 

Milton  Stanley  Roth,* 

d,   1899, 

Edward  Sandford, 

A,  B,,  94;  LL.  B,,  97  Harvard;  J,  D„  N,  Y, 
U,;  Lawyer;  counsel  to  Gov.  Hughes,  07-08.  27 
William  St.  and  863  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Reese  Satterlee, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  98;  M.  D.,  98;  Psi  Upsilon; 
class  football  team;  Physician,  Internal.  Med. 
and  Gastro  Enterology;  visiting  physician 
Fordham  Hospital ;  chief  clinic  department 
gastro-enterology  University  and  Bellevue  Hos- 
pital Medical  College,  and  instructor  in  medi- 
cine, do.;  instructor  in  medicine.  New  York 
Polyclinic  Hospital  and  Medical  School;  capt. 
medical  corps  Seventh  Infantry,  N.  G.  S.  N. 
«Y.,  07-10;  chairman  section  on  medicine  New 
York  State  Medical  Society  1915;  first  lieu- 
tenant Medical  Reserve  Corps,  U.  S.  A. ;  Col. 
Alumni  Assn. ;  New  York  Academy  of  Medi- 
cine; New  York  County  and  State  Medical 
Societies;  American  Medical  Assn.;  Therapeu- 
tic Society;  Pathological  Society;  Alumni 
Assn.,  Sloan '  Hospital  for  Women;  Alumni 
Assn,  Knickerbocker  Hospital;  University  and 
Columbia  University  Clubs;  Phi  Alpha  Sigma 
(honorary  member).    125  W  58th  St.,  N,  Y.  C. 

Oscar  R.  Seitz, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  96;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.;  Staten  Island 
clubs-  Liederkranz.    52  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harry  Judson  Shaw, 

A.  B.,  94;  Delta  Upsilon;  scholarship  Latin; 
Fhi  Beta  Kappa;  Investment  Banker;  mem. 
Col.  Univ.  Club.  Ill  Broadway  and  400  Con- 
vent Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 


170 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1894-95 


William  West  Shaw, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  96;  (cum  laude)  N.  Y.  Law 
Sch.;  Lawyer:  mem.  Col.  Univ.,  N.  Y.  Athletic 

Clubs,  St.  Nicholas'  Soc.  2  Rector  St.  and 
24  E.  78th  St.,  N.  y.  C. 

John  Dempster  Sherman,  Jr., 

(335a  Decatur  St.,   Bkln.,   N.  Y.) 

Henry  Merwin  Shrady, 

A.  B.,  94;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Sculptor;  pres. 
alumni  94;  sculptor  Grant  Memorial,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. ;  Gen.  Washington  statue,  Brook- 
lyn; eques.  Detroit;  mem.  Inst.  Arts  and  Let- 
ters, Army  and  Navy,  and  Natl.  Sculpture  Socs. ; 
Natl.  Acad.  Design;  Art  Alliance,  America; 
Architectural  League..    Elmsford,  N.  Y. 

Clarence  Bishop  Smith,  ' 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.,  97,  Harvard;  Alpha  Delta 
Phi;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  final  honors  history 
and  political  economy;  'Varsity  football  leam; 
Lawyer;  mem.  City,  Harvard  and  West  Side 
Tennis  Clubs.  27  William  St.  -and  150  East 
63d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Lambert  Suydam,  Jr., 

Investor;  mem.  Holland  Soc.  and  Soc.  Colonial 
Wars.  25  Pine  St.,  and  830  Park  Ave.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Charles  R.  Swords, 

A.  B.,  94;  Delta  Psi;  class  football;  Stock 
Broker;  mem.  Union,  Uiiiversity  and  St.  An- 
thony  Clubs.     52    Broadway   and    147    E.    72d 

■St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Guy  Hanford  Turrell, 

A.  B.,  94.;  M.  D.,  96,  (Main  Road,  Smith- 
town,  N.   Y.) 

Henry  Ayres  Uterhart, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  96,  (200  W.  56th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  J.  Wardenburg, 

A.  B.,  94;   M.  D.,  96;   Phys.     144  St.   Mark's 
-  Ave.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Edwin  Dunning  Weed,  Rev., 

(St.  Alban's  Sch.,  Knoxville,  111.) 

Frederic  DeWitt  Wells, 

A.  B.,  94;  A.  M.,  95;  LL,  B.,  elsewhere;  N.  Y. 
Assembly,  06;  Justice  Munic.  Court,  N.  Y. 
C.    (32  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Arthur  Donald  Williams, 

(Walnut  Ave.  and  133d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Louis  William  Wormser, 

A.  B.,  94;  LL.  B.     836,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  Amaziah  Wright,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  94;  grad.  Prot.  Epis.  Divinity  Sch. 
(Phila.),  97;  B.  D.,  05,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  N. 
Y.;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Clerg.;  trust,  and 
treas.  Clergymen's  Pension  and  Retirement 
Fund,  L.  I.;  do.  Fund  for  Families  Deceased 
Clergymen,  L.  I,:  trust.  Aged  and  Infirm 
Clergy  Fund,  L.  1,;  mem.  bd.  dirs.  Church 
Temperance  Soc.  11  S.  Elliott  Place,  Brook- 
lyn, N.  Y. 

1895 

John  D.  Alden, 

Walker  and  Frisbie  Aves.  and  1520  Overing 
St.,  N  .Y.  C. 


Claude  Selwyn  Beckwith, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  97,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Law- 
yer.   Valatie,  N.  Y.  and  Niversville,  N.  Y. 

Herbert  Doty  Brown, 

A.  B.,  95;  C.  E.,  98.  (Walnut  Ave.  and  133d 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Frederick  Buckley, 

A.  B.,  95;  M.  D.,  98.  (802  Carroll,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y.) 

William  L.  Cahn, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  98,.  Harvard;  Alumni  com- 
petitive scholarship  obtained  honors;  Lawyer; 
mem.  Lawyers'  Club,  County  Lawyers'  Assn., 
Century  and  Country  Clubs,  128  Broadway 
and  136  W.  88th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Lewis  Nathaniel  Chase, 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  98;  Ph.  D.,  03;  Psi  Upsilon; 
Writer  and  Lecturer;  Asst.  and  Tutor,  Colum- 
bia, 99-02;  instr.  and  asst.  prof.  Indiana  Univ., 
03-07;  prof.  Univ.  of  Louisville,  07-08;  lect.' 
Univ.  of  Bordeaux,  09-10;  mem.  Inc.  Soc.  of 
Authors,  London  and  Columbia  Univ.  Club, 
N.  Y.  Care  Harrop  &  Co.,  Kingway,  London'y  . 
W.  C.  Eng.  and  Columbia  Univ.  Club,  N.  Y.  C.  ■ 

Roger  Lewis  Conant, 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  12;  Univ.  of  Cinn.;  U.  S.  im- 
migrant inspr..  El  Paso,  Tex.;  genl.  supt.  of 
schools  Puerto  Rico,  1908-09;  mem.  University 
Club,  El  Paso,  Tex.,  and  Madisonville  Lodge 
No.  419,  A.  F.  and  A.  M.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio  U. 
S.  immigration  Sta.,  Santa  Fe  Bridge,  and  138 
Tobin  place,  R.  F.  D.  No,  1,  El  Paso,  Tex. 

John  Hamilton  Potter  Conover, 

A.  B.,  95;  Delta  Phi;  Phys.  and  Surg.;  sung. 
Penn.  R.  R. ;  path,  and  bact.  Elizabeth 
Gen.  Hosp. ;  do.  St.  Elizabeth  Hosp.;  bact. 
Bd.  of  Health;  mem.  Nat.  State  and  County 
Med.  Socs. ;  Acad.  Med. ;  Clinical  Soc,  (jen. 
Hosp.;  Baltusrol  and  Interurban  Golf  Clubs. 
1077  E.  Jersey  St.,  Elizabeth,  N.  J. 

Frederick  Coykendall, 

A.  B.,  95;  C.  E.,  97;  A.  M.,  97;  Delta  Kappa, 
Epsilon;  Barnard  Lit.;  Musical  Club;  fresh, 
mathematical  scholarship;  soph,  mathematical 
hon. :  alumni  prize;  soph,  treas.  jun.  sec,  sen. 
p.  class  95;  sen.  p.  class  97,  mines;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  pres.  Cornell  Steamboat  Co.;  past  p. 
col.  University  Club;  p.  Alumni  Assn.  Col. 
coll.;  v.-pres.  Alumni  Federation  (Col.);  trust 
nominee  16  Col.  alumni;  life  pres.  class  95 
(Col.),bd.  dirs.  N.  Y.  Bd.  Trade  and  Transpor-  ' 
tation  Chrmn.  com.  Terminal  Facilities;  mem. 
University,  Union  League,  N.  Y.  Yacht,  Engi- 
neers', Grolier,  Columbia  University  Clubs. 
Pier  W,  51st  St.,  and  No.  1  W.  72d  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Frederick  Morse  Cutler,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  95;  B.  D.,  98;  cum  laude  Union  Theol: 
,Sem.;  Barnard  Lit.  Assn.;  first  pres.  and  first 
gen.  secy.  Y.  M.  C.  A.;  hon.  mention  hist, 
scholarship,  93 ;  fresh,  crew  92-;  coach  class 
crew  94;  class  football  team  91-92;  represented 
Barnard  two-challenge  debates,  94-95;  Clerg.; 
sergt.  Seventh  Regiment,  N.  G.  N.  Y.;  scribe 
Plankintar  Assn.  Cong.  Chs.  S.  Dak.  98-01; 
first  lieut.  and  chap.  Coast  Artillery  CorjpSif 
Mass.,  13;  sec.  Pilgrim  Club;  chap.  Fusiher 
Veterans;  mem.  Sons  Am.  Revolution;  Appala- 
chian Art  Club;  N.  E.  Hist.;  Geneol.  Soc,, 
Boston;  Essex  Inst.  (Salem);  Calvary  Cluhi;- 
Boston;  Fusilier  Veteran  Assn.  (Boston);  Pil- 
grim (ministers)  Club,  Boston;  Knights  of 
Pythias.    3  Arbor  St.,  Wenham,  Mass. 


1895] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


171 


John 


Schuyler  E.  Day, 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  LL.  B.,  98;  Philolexian 
and   Photographic   Socs.;    Lawyer.     45    B'way. 

.  and  529  W.  111th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Joe  G.  Dreyfus,  ' 

Broker;  mem.  firm  Kraus  Bros.  &  Co.  (mem.  N. 
Y.  Stock  Exch.);  mem.  Automobile  Club  of 
Am.  Bankers',  Country  and  Sunningdale  Coun- 
try Clubs  and  Century  Assn.  24  Broad  and 
304  W.  85th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  W.  Egner,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  98;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Web- 
ster Law  Club;  Lawyer;  Dir.  Newark  Trust 
Co.;  res.  dir.  U.  S.  Fidelity  &  Guaranty  Co.; 
counsel  Concqrdia  B.  &  L.  Assn.,  Newark; 
counsel  White  Way  B.  &  L.  Assn.,  Newark; 
mem.  Past  Potentate  Salem  Temple,  A.  A.  O. 
U.  M.  S. ;  past  master  Kane  Lodge  No.  55,  F. 
&  A.  M. ;  Union  and  Lawyers'  Clubs,  Essex 
County.  142  Market  St.  and  1015  Broad  St., 
Newark,  N.  J. 

William  Sanford  Evans, 

.     A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96.     (43  Edmonton,  Winni- 
peg, Canada). 

Ewen, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  97;  Lawyer;  mem.  Union 
League  and  New  York  Athletic  Clubs  and  Bar 
Assn.  45  Cedar  St.  and  Spuyten  Duyvil,  N. 
Y.  C. 

John   Driscoll   Fitz-Gerald,  2nd, 

A.  B.,  95;  Ph.  D.  06;  Eleve  titulaire  de 
I'Ecole  Pratiques  des  Hautes  Etudes,  Paris,  97; 
Eleve  dipl6m€,  02;  corresp.  mem.  Real  Aca- 
demia  Espanola,  Asst.  Prof.  Univ.  111. ,  (57 
Liberty,  Newark,  N.  J.) 

William  Oscar  Gennert, 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  LL,  B.,  99.  (149  Broad- 
way, N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Balthasar  Germann, 

A.  B.,  95;  Ph.  D.,  99.  (167  Rutland  Road, 
Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Felix' M.  Gernsheim,' 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  Lawyer.  862  West  End 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Winthrop  Russell  Gold, 

1450  Railway  Exch.  Bldg.  and  5540  Kenmore 
Ave.,  Chicago,  111. 

Frederick  Berg  Hartranft, 

(49  Pearl,  Hartford,  Conn.) 

Henry  Eugene  Houston, 

(Paterson,    N.   J.) 

Morgan  R.  Howe, 

Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Salesman;  mem.  Colum- 
bia Univ.,  Sleepy  Hollow  Country,  Wool  and 
Englewood  Country  Clubs;  Society  of  Cin- 
cinnati. 44  E.  25th  and  34  W  7Sth  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Victor  William  Hungerford, 

A.  B.,  96,  as  in  95;  LL.  B.  97  New  York  Law 
School;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Philolexian; 
Shakespeare  Society;  class  football  team  1,  2, 
3,  captain  4;  baseball  team  2,  3,  captain  4; 
Lawyer  (Sherwin  &  Hungerford);  president 
and  director  Argentum  Mining  Co.,  Nevada; 
Derry  Mining  and  Land   Co.;   Florida   Canal 


Co.,  Florida  Land  Enlargement  Co.,  Fidelity 
Realty  Co.;  Magnet  Rock  Gold  Mining  Co.; 
member  University,  Columbia  University,  N. 
Y.;  El  Paso  and  Cheyenne  Mountain  Country 
and  Auto  Clubs  of  Colorado  Springs,  American, 
Colorado  and  £1  Paso  Co.  Bar  Associations; 
Soc.  of  Colonial  Wars,  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon 
Assn.  Mining  Exchange  Building  and  1427 
Ward  Ave.,  Colorado  Springs,  Col. 

Richard  P.  Kent, 

184  Montague  St.,  Bkln.,  iN.  Y.  and  Merrick, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Conrad  Saxe  Keyes, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  97,  N.  Y.  Univ.;  Phi  Gamma 
Delta;  Barnard  Literary;  Lawyer;  mem.  Cres- 
cent Athletic,  U.  ■  of  Brooklyn  and  New  York, 
Phi  Gamma  Delta  Clubs.  20  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y. 
C,  and  248  Gates  Ave.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Maulsby  Kimball, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  97;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  his- 
tory prize  $100;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  lawyer;  ex- 
instructor,  BuiTalo  Law  School;  Sec.  Treas. 
Park  School;  mem.  Saturn,  Wanakah  Country, 
Chromatic  and  Columbia  Clubs.  786  Ellicott 
Square  and  103  Linwood  Ave.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  K.  Kuhn, 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  LL.  B..  97:  Ph.  D.-,  12; 
Bennet  Medal,  Sons  American  Revolution 
Medal;  Lawyer;  Lecturer  Columbia  University; 
Law  School  and  University  Zurich;  member 
Republican  Club,  Whitehall  Club.  Bar  Associa- 
tion, Acad.  Political  Science:  American  Society 
International  Law.  120  Broadway  and  308  W. 
92d  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Lazansky, 

A.  ,B.,  95;*LL.  B.,  97;  Lawyer;  Assistant  Cor- 
poration Counsel  City  of  New  York,  06-08; 
member  Board  of  Education,  08-09;  Trustee 
College,  City  of  New  York,  09-10;  Secretary 
State,  State  of  New  York,  11,12;  member 
Brooklyn,  Brooklyn  Civic  Clubs  and  Unity 
Club  of  Bkln.  115  Broadway,  New  York  City 
and  224  Carlton  Ave.,  Brooklyn.  N.  Y. 

William  Thomas  Mason,* 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  LL.  B.,  97.     d.  1905. 

Albert  O.  Miller,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  93. 

James  Macdonald  Mitchell, 

A.  B.,  95;  Mining  Engineer.  207  Whitestone 
Ave.,   Flushing,  L.   I.,  N.  Y. 

Townsend  Morgan, 

Delta  Psi;  tackle,  football  team;  Lawyer;  con- 
fidential employee.  Central  Trust  Co.  of  N.  Y. ; 
mem.  Metropolitan,  Racquet  and  Tennis  and 
St.  Anthony  Clubs;  Military  Order  Loyal 
Legion  of  U.  S.-  and  Bar  Assn.  60  Wall  and 
136  E.  61st  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles ,  Gustave  Mourraille, 

A.  B.,  95;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Importer  of  Silks; 
mem.    Col.    University    Club.     357,    4th    Ave., 
"  N.  Y.  C. 

Elizabeth  F.  Nammack, 

A.  B,,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  Graduate  Student  (Philo- 
sophy), candidate  for  Ph.  D. ;  Teacher  of  Latin, 
Wadleigh  High  School;  member  Woman's 
Graduate  Club,  Columbia  University.  215  W. 
114th  St.  and  110  Morningside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 


172 


COLUMBIA   COLLEGE 


[1895 


Rudolph  Neeser, 

A.  B.,  95;  Psi  Upsilon;  Chanler  Historical 
prize;  Broker;  mem.  N.  Y.  Stock  Exchange; 
mem.  University,  Morristown;  Morris  County 
Golf  and  Stock  Exchanee  Luncheon  Clubs. 
36  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Convent.  N.  J. 

Walter  Stephen  Newell, 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  Boston  Univ.,  Ph.  D. 
05  do.;  Philolexian  Lit.  Soc:  Prof.  Philos. 
and  Psychology  Coe  College;  Sec.  Faculty; 
Dir.  Summer  Sch.  Coe  CoUeee  and  327  N. 
15th  St.,  Cedar  Rapids,  la. 

Charles  Walton  Ogden, 

A.  B.,  95;  Psi  Upsilon;  Merchant;  Director 
Metropolitan  Trust  Co.;  member  University 
Club,  Down  Town  and  Columbia  Alumni  As- 
sociations. 48  Beaver  and  14  E.  79th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  B.  Pogson, 

A.  B.,  95;  A.  M.,  96;  LL.  B..  97:  Lawyer.  41 
'Wall  St.  and  99  Claremont  Ave..  N.  Y.  C. 

Frank  Judson  Pope, 

A.  B.,  95;  Night  Editor  of  N.  Y.  Tribune; 
mem.  West  Side,  N.  Y.  Newspaper,  Golf,  and 
Wyantenuck  Country  Clubs.  154  Nassau  and 
161    W.    105th   Sts.,   N.  Y.   C. 

William  Brevoort  Potts, 

Delta  Psi;  Chairmn.  Junior  Ball  Co.;  Capt. 
fresh,  crew;  mem.  Univ.  football  team;  Broker; 
mem.  Union,  St.  Anthony  Riding  and  Col. 
Clubs.     Ill  Bway.  and  125  E.  55th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Howe  Ripley, 

A.  B.,  95;  E.  E.,  99.  (294  Park  Ave.,  Orange, 
N.  J.) 

James  R.  Rosenberg, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  98;  Lawyer;  Director 
United  Hebrew  Charities  and  National  De- 
sertion Bureau;  mem.  City,  Nat.  Arts,  Imwood 
Country,  Ocean  Country.  Lawvers  and  Bankers 
Clubs.  74  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  Coles  Lanes,  Far 
Rockaway.  N.  Y. 

Isaac  Max  Rubinow, 
William  Morange  Schnitzer, 

Shakespeare  Soc;   Chess  Club;  "Stock  Broker; 
mem  Lotos  and  Hobby  Clubs;   Bibliophile   (of  . 
Boston)  and  Lake  Champlain  Socs. ;  Columbia 
Alumni    Assn.    and    32d    deg.    Mason,    Mecca 
Temple.     27  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederic  White  Shepard, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  97;  Aloha  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Lawyer;  mem.  Lawyers  Club  CBkln).  14  Wall 
St.  and  19  W.  10th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  Herbert  Sill,  Rev., 

A.  B,,  95;  Alpha  Delta  Phi:  Barnard  Lit.;  Man- 
aging Editor  Columbia  Spectator,  1893-4;  Cox- 
swain, 94;  Fresh.  Crew;  Board  97;  Fresh. 
Coxswain,  95;  'Varsity;  Headmaster  Kent 
School;  ordained  to  Priesthood  Episcopal 
Church,  1899;  Order  of  Holy  Cross,  1900;  mem- 
ber Columbia,  Alpha  Delta  Phi.  Kent  School, 
Kent,  Conn. 

Joseph  Percy  Smyth,  Jr.,  Rev., 

(Canaan,  Conn.) 

Joel  Elias  Spingarn, 

A.  B.,  95;  Ph.  D.,  99;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa  Poet  Col.  June  01;  Author 
Professor       Comparative       Literature,,      09-11; 


Chairman  Division  of  Modern  Languages  ana 
Literature,  10-11;  Columbia  Univ.;  delegate 
Progressive  National  Convention  at  Chicago, 
12;  Chairman  Directors  National  Association 
Advancement  of  Colored  People;  President 
Armenian  Field  Day  Association:  Author  of 
"A  History  of  Literary  Critiri-—  -■-  the  Renais- 
sance," 99;  "The  New  Hesoerides  and  Other 
Poems"  11  and  various  others:  Editor  of  the 
"Critical  Essay  of  the  Seventeenth  Century" 
"Temple  Essays"  Etc.:  member  City  and 
Faculty  Clubs.  9  W.  73d  St..  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Armenia,  N.  Y. 

John  Klein  Stauffer, 

A.  B.,  95;  Yale  Coll.:  Col.  Glee  Club;  The 
Strollers,  Col,  Coll.  Dramatic  Assn.;  mem.  and 
Sec.  City  Planning  Comm,,  Reading,  Pa;  1st 
Lieut.  U.  S.  v.,  Spanish-Am.  War;  Wash. 
Newspaper  C^orrespondent.  00-14:  Republican 
nominee.  Congress,  14;  mem.  Univ.  and  Natl. 
Press  (both  Washington,  D,  C) ;  Berkshire  and 
Rotary  (reading)  Clubs:  Sons  of  Rev.  521 
Court   St.  and   1513   Hill   Rd..   Reading,   Pa. 

Clarence  Storm, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch,,  97.  d. 
March,  1915. 

Joseph  S.  Stout, 

A.  B.,  95;  E.  E.,  97;  A.  M..  97:  Psi  Upsilon; 
Philolexian;  University  Glee  Club;  Class  Track 
Athletics;  Broker;  Vice-President  Hamilton 
Fire  Insurance  Co..  member  Borough  Council, , 
Hohokiis,  N.  J,;  member  University  and  Riding 
Clubs.  25  Broad  St..  N.  Y.  C.  and  Hokokus, 
N.J. 

William  Dana  Street, 

A.  B,,  95;  B,  D..  98;  summa  cum  laude  from 
Union  Theol.  Sem;  Delta  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Pres,  Barnard  Lit,  Soc;  Pres.  Col,  De- 
bating Union;  Ed.  Col.  Lit.  Monthly;  won  1st 
prize  high  jump,  91-92;  3d  prize  broad  jump,  92; 
Capt.  Class  Athletic  Team,  92;  10  scholarships 
in  Latin  fresh,  and  soph,  yrs.;  Pastor,  Westches- 
ter Congregational  Ch.  (White  Plains,  N.  Y.); 
attended  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  95-98  and  received 
History  Prize:  Honorable  Mention  Fellowship 
commencement  oration;  Instr,  in  Practical  Use 
of  the  English  Bible  for  Day  Workers,  01-02; 
Asst.  Pastor  Madison  Avenue  Reformed  Ch. 
(N.  Y,  C),  98-01;  Trustee  Congregational  C^i. 
Bldg.  Soc,  05-09;  Corporate  mem.  Am.  Bd.  of 
Commrs,  for  Foreign  Missions,  08-11;  Modera- 
tor Mhtn.  Congregational  Ministers  Assn.,  13; 
Ed.  "Was  it  Whole  While",  IS;  mem.  Scarsdale 
Golf;  Gedney  Farm  Country  and  Country 
Clubs,  12  and  4  Ridgeview  Ave.,  White  Plains, 
N.  Y. 

David  Houghtaling  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  95;  Psi  Upsilon;  Lawyer.  165  Bway  and 
229  W.  70th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stephen  Fraser  Thayer, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  97:  Zeta  Psi:  Honors  in 
German  (1);  Hon.  Mention.  Greek  (1);  Lawyer; 
Acting  City  Judge  of  Yonkers :  mem.  Amackassin 
Club.  18  S,  Bway  and  695  Palisade  Ave,, 
Yonkers.  N,  Y, 

Frederic  Oakman  Virgin, 

A.  B.,  95;  M.  D,.  99:  Phi  Gamnla  Delta; 
Surgeon;  Chief  of  Clinic  Gyn,  Div.  St,  Lukes 
Hosp.     126  W.  121st  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

W.  Arthur  Warner, 

533  Arch  St.  and  The  Wallingford,  39th  and 
Chestnut  Sts,,  Phila.,  Pa. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


173 


Richmond  Weed, 

A.  B.,  95;  LL.  B.,  97:  member  Board  of  Dir- 
ectors, Athletic  Union;  Class  football  fresh.; 
(substitute)  Soph.  Junior  and  Sen  yrs.;  Class 
baseball  (2,  3,  and  4);  Class  Track  Team 
(2,  3  and  4) ;  Lawyer,  member  of  firm  Weed, 
Henry  and  Meyers;  Assistant  CQrporation 
Counsel,  N.  Y.  C.  02,  04;  member  Local  School 
Board,  District  43,  09  to  date:  Trustee  Home 
for  Old  Men  and  Aged  Couoles:  member  Queens 
County  and  New  York  County  Bar  Associations, 
N.  Y.  Co.  Lawyers;  Down  Town  and  Law 
School  Alumni  Asociations;  Columbia  Univers- 
ity, Flushing  Country,  Wee  Burn  Golf,,  Stam- 
ford Yacht  (fleet  Capt.)  and  Orchard  Lake 
(trustee)  Clubs.  62  William  St.  and  61  San- 
ford  Ave.,  FlushinK,  N.  Y. 

David  Everett  Wheeler, 

A.  B.,  95;  M.  D.,  98.  (519  Franklin,  Buffalo, 
N.  Y.) 

J.  Perry  Worden, 

A.  B.,  95;  Ph.  D.  Halle,  00.  (Kalamazoo, 
Mich.) 

1896 

Charles  Siedler  Adams, 

A.  B.,  g6;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Spectator; 
Columbian  Leader  Mandolin  Club;  Treasurer 
of  Knickerbocker  Safe  Deposit  Co.;  Mem- 
ber Sons  of  Revolution,  Pilgrims,  Univer- 
sity (Brooklyn),  Dyker  Meadows  Golf,  Harri- 
man  Country  and  Young  Men's  Republican 
Clubs.     i68  Lincoln  Place,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Bernard  Alexander, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  LL.  B.,  99.  (338  E.  15th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Robert  Holbrook  Allen, 

1  E.  51st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Carl  Ivucas  Alsberg, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  00;  M.  D.,  00;  Chief,  Bureau 
of  Chemistry,  United  States  Department 
Agriculture;  assistant  and  instructor  Harvard 
Medical  School,  02-08;  chemical  Biologist  Bu- 
reau Plant  Industry,  United  State  Department 
Agriculture,  08-12;  member  many  scientific 
societies;  held  of&ces  in  a  number  of  ^  them; 
past-secretary  Boston  Society  Medical  Sciences; 
member  Cosmos  Club,  F.  A.  A.  A.  S.,  Council- 
lor at  large,  American  Chemists  Society,  Ameri- 
can Physiol.  Society.,  editor  Journal  A. 
O.  A.  C,  American  Society,  Biological  Chem- 
ists Society,  Pharmacology  and  Exp.  Therapeu- 
tics; American  Soc.  Cancer  Research;  Bureau 
Chemistry.  216,  13th  St.  and  Cosmos  Club, 
Washington,   D.   C. 

David  Wilson  Armstrong,  Jr., 

55  John  St.  and  2612  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Richard  Atwill,  Rev., 

(Modesto,  Cal.) 

Rogers  H.  Bacon, 

A.  B.,  96;  LL.  B.,  99,  Harvard;  Delta  Psi; 
-class  football,  4  yrs.;  'Varsity  track,  4  yrs.; 
v.-pres.  of  class.  Fresh,  yr.;  Musical  Soc,  3 
yrs.;  Lawyer;  Bd.  of  Mgrs.,  St.  Luke's  Hosp.; 
Treas.  of  Soc.  of  St.  Johnland;  mem.  Union, 
Racquet,  Tennis,  University  and  St.  Anthony 
Clubs.  Squadron  A,  30  Broad  St.,  987  Madi- 
son Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  A.  Bayles, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  LL.  B.,  99;  Phi  Gamma 
Delta;  Attorney-at-Law;  mem.  Columbia  Univ., 


Lawyers,  Phi  Gamma  Delta,  Essex  Co.  Country 
Clubs,  and  Bar  Assn.  City  N.  Y.,  Alumni  of 
Col.  Coll.,  Alumni  Col.  Coll.  Law  Sch.  Assns. 
115  B'way.  N.  Y.  C.  and  128  Montrose  Ave., 
South  Orange,  N.  J. 

H.  T.  E.  Beardsley, 

31  Liberty  and  136  W.  44th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Fenwick  Beekman, 

A.  B.,  96;  Delta  Psi,  Mandolin  Club;  track 
team,  3  yrs.;  Arch.;  mem.  Univ.  and  St.  An- 
thony Clubs.  345,  sth  Ave.  and  38  E.  76th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  Beer, 

A.  B.,  96;  M.  D.  99.    (48  W.  74th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Philip  Bryant, 

(Abet   School.     Cairo,  Egypt.) 

Granville  I.  Burr, 

A.  B.,  96;  LL.  B.,  98,  New  York  Univ.;  Law- 
yer; West  Side  Tennis  Club.  176  B'way.  and 
811   St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  L.  Celler, 

A.  B.,  96;  M.  D.,  00;  Phys.;  Adjunct  visiting 
phys.  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp.  61  W.  94th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

William  Samuel  Cherry, 

A.  B.,  96;  M.  D.,  99;  A.  M.,  St.  Francis 
Xavier  Coll.,  07.  (1090  St.  Nicholas  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

David  Cohn, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  g?;  LL.  B.,  98;  Lawyer, 
States  of  New  York  and  New  Jersey;  Director 
Silk  City  Safe  Deposit  and  Trust  Co.  of 
Paterson,  N.  J;  V.rPresident,  Miriam  Bar- 
nert  Memorial  Hebrew  Free  School;  member 
Joppa  Lodge,  No.  29  F.  &  A.  M.  112  Ellison 
and  40  Clarke  Sts.,  Paterson,  N.  J. 

Maurice  Cohn, 

A.  B.,  96;'  A.  M.,  Polit.  Sci.,  97;  LL.  B.,  .98; 
Lawyer.  2  Rector  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  112  Ellison 
St.,  Paterson,  N.  J. 

Charles  du  Pont  Coudert, 

A.  B.,  96;  LL.  B.,  98,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Psi 
Upsilon;  Late  Capt.  and  C.  S.  U.  S.  Vols.; 
mem.  N.  Y.  Bar,  Metropolitan  and  Ttixedo: 
Clubs.  Windlesham  Hall,  Surrey,  Eng.  and 
53  W.  48th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Hamilton  Daly, 

A.  B.,  96;  LL.  B.,  98;  Sigma  Chi,  Shakespeare 
and  Philolexian;  Lawyer;  Sec.  Genl.  Am. -Irish 
Historical  Soc;  mem.  Standing  Comm.  Assn.  of 
Alumni  of  Col.  Coll.,  15;  mem.  Catholic,  Re- 
form and  Col.  Univ.  Clubs.  52  Wall  St.  and 
123,  2d  Ave.,  N.  Pelham,  N.,  Y. 

Walter  S.  Dryfoos, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  04;  LL.  B.,  99,  N.  Y.  Law 
Sch.;  Delta  Sigma  Phi;  Lawyer.  30  Broad  St. 
and  42  W.  85th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Eouis  Austin  Fick,  Rev.,* 

d.  1914. 

Wells  H.  Fitch,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  96;  B.  T.,  99,  Univ.  Sem.;  Clergyman, 
Congregational  C^h.;  Registrar,  Suffolk  Assn. 
of  Congregational  Churches.  ii6  Sound  Ave., 
Riverhead,  L.  I.,  N-  Y. 

Harold  Carl  Geyer, 

A.  B.,  96;  M.  D.,  01.     (78,  2d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


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[1896 


Everett  W.  Gould, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  99;  M.  D.,  99;  Delta  Up- 
silon,  Phi  Beta  Kappa,  Philolexian;  President, 
Philolexian,  94-95;  Class  President,  94-96; 
and  Permanent  President  Columbian  Board; 
(sec-treas)  Stroke  and  Captain  Freshman 
Crew;  Class  Football;  Winner  of  Second  Honor 
prize  99;  Physician  and  Surgeon;  Associate 
Pediatric  physician  St.  Luke's  Hospital;  visiting 
physician  Seville  Home  for  Children;  assistant 
surgeon  U.  S.  Navy;  member  Columbia  Uni- 
versity Club;  Fellow  Academy  of  Medicine; 
Alumni  Association  of  St.  Luke's  Hospital  and 
Sloane  Hospital  for  Women.  6  W.  121st  St., 
N.   Y.   C. 

Robert  H.  Halsey, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  00;  M.  D.,  00;  Phi  Kappa 
Psi;  Barnard;  Shakespeare;  Phys.;  Adj.  Prof. 
Medicine  N.  Y.  Post  Grad.  Med.  Sch.  and 
Hosp.;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.,  N.  Y.  Athl.  and 
Univ.  Clubs,  N.  Y.  Acad.  Med.  County 
and  State  Med.  Socs.,  Am.  Med.  Assn.,  Am. 
Assn.  Adv.  Sci.  and  North  Western  Med.  and 
Surgical  Soc.  158  and  165  W.  58th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

William  Henry  Hays, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  2d 
place,  5-mile  bicycle  race.  Intercollegiate  Games, 
97;  mem.  New  York  Stock  Exchange;  ^vice- 
president  and  director,  8th  Avenue  and  9th 
Avenue. R.  R.  Co's.;  mem.  Metropolitan,  Green- 
wich Country,  Indian  Harbor  Yacht  and 
Columbia  University  Clubs.  71  Bway.  and  405 
Park  Avenue,  New  York  City. 

Franklin  Chase  Hoyt, 

137  E.  22d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Duer  Irving, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  98;  Ph.  D^  99;  A.  M.  (Hon.) 
07;  Yale;  Sigtna  Chi;  Tau  Beta  Pi;  Sigma  Xi; 
Phi  Beta  Kapna;  Prof.  Economic  Geology, 
Sheffield  Scientific  School,  New  Haven,  Conn. ; 
Ed.  Journal  of  Economic  Geology;  mem.  Engi- 
neers' and  Columbia  Univ.  (N.  Y.)  Clubs,  Univ. 
Club  of  Wash.,  D,  C,  The  Graduates,  Lawn 
Club  and  Country  Club  of  New  Haven,  Conn. 
Kirtland  Hair  and  155  Elm  St.,  New  Haven, 
Conn. 

Edward  Thomas  Johnston, 
Charles  Nelson  Kent, 

Municipal  Bldg.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  108  Jamaica  Ave., 
Flushing,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Walter  Coluzzi  Kretz, 

A.  B.,  96:  A.  M..  97;  Ph.  D.,  99;  E.  M.,  01; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  final  honors  math,  and  astron- 
omy, 96;  Univ.  Scholarship,  96-98;  Univ.  Fel- 
low Astronomy;  98-99;  Engineer  and  foreign 
representative,  John  A.  Roebling's  Sons  Co. 
117  Liberty  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  115  W.  State  St., 
Trenton,  N.  J. 

Alfred  Lewis  Kroeber, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  Ph.  D.,  01;  assoc.  prof. 
Anthropology  and  curator  Anthropol  Museum, 
Univ.  Cal.  Affiliated  Colleges  and  2848  Wash- 
ington  St.,  Saft  Francisco.  Cal. 

Irving  Lehman, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M^  97;  LL.  B.,  98;  Toppan  Con- 
stitutional Law  Prize;  Justice  of  Supreme  Ct., 
N.  Y.  State;  mem.  Hermione,  Century,  Coun- 
try Manhattan  and  Democratic  Clubs.  County 
Court  House  and  37  W.  69th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Albert  R.  Lesinsky, 

A.  B.,  96;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  L.  S.;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Philolexian;  Jas.  Gordon  Bennett  and  Chanler 
Hist.  Prizes;  1st  honors  Romance  and  History 
Depts. ;  Lawyer;  1st  v.-pres.  French  Maternal 
Sch.;  mem.  Bar  Assn.  149  Bway  and  11  W. 
89th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Julian  Clarence  Levi, 

A.  B.,  94;  Ecole  des  Beaux  Arts,  Paris,  France, 
04:  attended  Columbia  Architectural  Sch..  2 
yrs. ;  treas.  Philolexian  Soc;  business  ragr. 
Literary  Monthly;  Coxswain,  class  crew;  Archi- 
tect; treas.  Diplome  Soc.  and  Soc.  of  Beaux 
Arts;  Architects;  Governor  Alumni  Assn.  of 
Columbia  Architectural  School;  mem.  Harmonic, 
North  Shore,  and  Country  Clubs;  Architectural 
League,  Soc.  of  Beaux  Arts ;  Architects'  Diplomi 
Soc.  and  Am.  Inst,  of  Architects.  105  W.  40th 
St.  and  ISO  W.  59th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  M.  Livingston, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  LL.  B.,  98;  Lawyer  100 
William  and  119  W.  49th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C.  ' 

Robert  Glenn  McCrea,* 

d.  1897. 

Robert  Austin  McCulloch, 

A.  B.;  96;  B.  S.  in  Arch.,  99;  Sigma  Xi;  jun. 
honors  Mechanics  and  Mathematics;  Phi  Bete 
Kappa;  jun.  yr.  Architect;  mem.  Am.  Soc. 
Civil  Engrs.  and  Engineers'  Club.  100  William 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Ditmas  Ave.,  E.  Elmhurst 
(Corona  P.  O.),  N.  Y. 

Aaron  Wager  Maddox,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  96;  B.  D.  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  99.  (Faust, 
N.  Y.) 

Burdette  K.  Marvin, 

P.  O.  Box  525  and  1445  W.  5th  St.,  Riverside, 
Calif. 

Richard  Lewis  Morris, 

5  Nassau  and  104  E.  79th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C  . 

Leonard  J.  Obermeier, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  LL.  B.,  98;  Lawyer; 
Dep.  Atty.-Genl..  State  of  N.  Y.  31  Nassau 
and  240  W.  102d  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  C.  Parish, 

A.  B.,  96;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Columbia  Law 
School,  98;  Phi  Delta  Phi;  Editor,  Columhia 
Spectator;  coxswain,  freshman  crew,  95;  Law- 
yer; one  of  the  attorneys  for  New  York  Life 
Insurance  and  Trust  Company;  mem.  Bar 
Association;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  University, 
Church,  Squadron  A  and  Columbia  University 
Clubs.     52   Wall   St.   and   18   W.    57th  St.,  N. 

Asa  Warren  Parker, 

A.  B.,  96;  E.  M.,  99;  Engineer;  mem.  Bkln. 
Civic  Club  and  Inst,  of  Arts  and  Sciences;  Am. 
Museum  Natural  History;  N.  Y  Zoological 
Soc.  45  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  6701.  2d  Ave., 
Bkln..  N.  Y. 

Frederick  Augustus  Peters,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  96;  B.  D.,  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  99. 
(2166  Crotona  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edwy  Guthrie  Pitblado,  Rev., 

B.  D,,  Berkeley  Div.  Sch.  (Trinity  Parish 
House,  Pittsburgh,  Pa.) 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


175 


William  Popper, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  Ph.  D.,  99;  prof. 
Univ.  of  Cal.  and  the  Alameda.  Berkeley, 
Ca.l. 

Joseph  Meyer  Proskauer, 

LL.  B..  99.     (170  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Franklin  Edwin  Reese, 

A.  B.,  96;  Importer.  80  Maiden  Lane  and  601 
W.  160th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Isidorus  Ross* 
Allan  C.  Rowe, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  98;  LL.  B.,  98;  Lawyer.  96 
Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Summit,  N.,  J. 

John  W.  Russell, 

A.  B.,  96;  LL.  B.,  99,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Lawyer; 
surrogates  practice  and  corporations;  former 
State  Senator,  19th  Senate  District,  Evening 
Post  Bldg.  and  930  W.  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Sidney  Schwab, 

Two  and  one-^half  years,  passed  mid-year  ex- 
aminations of  junior  class;  Merchant;  Treas. 
S.  M.  Schwab  Jr.  &  Co.;  mem.  Hollywood  Golf 
and  Harmonic  Clubs.  26  White  and  8  E.  74th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herman  Francis  Senftner, 

M.  D.,  Cornell  99.  (428  W.  154th  St.,  N.  Y. 
C.) 

Samuel  Swayze  Seward,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M.,  97;  Assistant  Professor,  Stan- 
^        ford.     (262  Kingsley  Ave.,  Palo  Alto,  Cal.) 

Walter  Conwell  Shoup, 

A.  B.,  96;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  98.  (120 
Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Hebard  Snyder, 

LL.  B.,  01.     (23  S.  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Tilley, 

A.  B.,  96;  Col.  Lit  Soc;  Rector,  Trinity  Ch. 
Northport,  L.  I.,  N.  .Y. 

Carl  Manfred  Uhl,* 

d.  1899. 

John  Alfred  Valentine, 

(538  Putnam  Ave.,  Bkln..  N.  Y.) 

Richard  Weil, 

A.  B.,  96;  A.  M..  00:  M.  D.,  00;  Alumni  prize, 
senior  year.  Arts;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Physician; 
professor  Cornell  Medical  College;  assistant 
director  Cancer  Research,  General  Memorial 
Hospital;  associate  attending  physician,  Mt. 
Sinai  Hospital;  mem.  American  Medical  Associ- 
ation, etc.  414  E.  26th  St.  and  970  Park  Ave., 
^        N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  Blanchard  Woodruff,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  96;  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon;  Philolexian; 
Clergyman;  rector,  St.  Clement's  Ch.  965 
Laurel  Ave.,  St.  Paul.  Minn. 


1897 


Ellery 


O.  Anderson, 

A.  B.,  98;  Delta  Phi;  Lawyer;  mem.  of  Colum; 
bia,  Knickerbocker,  Manhattan  and  Delta  Phi 
Clubs.     25  Broad  St..  N.  Y.  C. 


Woodward  Babcock,' 

(15  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Philip  Bissell,* 

M.  D.  02.     d.   1904. 

Theodore  Lawrence  Bogert, 

(194  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Arthur  Bookman, 

A.  B.,  97;  M.  D..  01;  Physician;  mem.  Acad, 
of  Med.;  Co.  Med.  Soc;  Harvey;  Harmonic. 
254  W.  82d  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  W.  Boote, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,, 99;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Barnard 
Literary  Society;  Shakespeare  Soc;  Lawyer; 
mem.  Beta  Theta  Pi  (N.  Y.  C),  Corinthian 
Yacht  and  City  Clubs.  2  Hudson  and  26 
London  Sts.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Hans  von  Briesen, 

25  Broad  and  160  W.  59th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Philip  Ernest  Brodt, 

A.  B.,  97;  Delta  Upsilon;  Philolexian;;  Retired. 

26  Chestnut  Ave.,  Dansville,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Hoag  Brooks, 

(R.  F.  D.  No.  2,  Ballston  Lake,  N.  Y.) 

William  J.  Clarke, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  98;. LL.  B.,  99;  Delta  Up- 
silon; track  and  relay  team.  Glee  Club  and 
Theatricals;  asst.  corporation  counsel,  N.  Y.  C; 
sec.  N.  Y.  C.  Friendly  Sons  St.  Patrick;  pres. 
Glee  Club,  Friendly  Sons:  mem.  Manhattan, 
Columbia  University,  Scarsdale  Golf  and 
Country,  West  Side  Tennis  and  Merriewold 
Clubs.  Municipal  Bldg.  and  159  W.  95th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  H.  Cluff, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  99;  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Beta 
Theta  Pi;  Shakespeare  Soc;  one  of  three 
named  by  faculty  for  Alumnae  prize;  Insurance 
Broker;  mem.  Crescent  Athl.  Club.  95  William 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  162  Walnut  St.,  Montclair, 
N.  J. 

William  Theobald  Dempsey, 

(Morris  Park,  N.  Y.) 

Francis  Harold  Dike 
Walter  .Strong  Edwards; 

A.  B.,  97;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Organist;  Teacher 
of  Music;  Fellow  'of  Am.  Guild  of  Organists. 
22  Maher  Ave.,  Greenwich,  Conn. 

Francis  Bertram  Elgas, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  99,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  pres. 
Biarnard  Lit.  Assn.;  charter  sec,  Y.  M.  C.  A.; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer.  40  Exchange  PI., 
and  121  W.  87th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Henry  Ellard, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  00.     (Great  Neck,  N.  Y.) 

Harry  Harkness  Flagler, 

A,  B,,  97;  Psi  Upsilon;  pres.  Symphony  Society 
(N.  Y.):  trustee  Brick  Presbyterian  Church; 
trustee,  Roosevelt  Hospital;  president  Millbrook 
Free  Library  (Millbrook,  N.  Y.);  trustee  In- 
stitute Musical  Arts;  mem.  Union  League  and 
Columbia  University  Clubs;  Bohemians.  103 
and  32  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 


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[1897 


William  Henry  Fry, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  98;  Ph.  D.,  08.  (319,  9th, 
Bkln..  N.  Y.) 

Seymour  K.  Fuller, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  00,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Phi 
Gamma  Delta;  associate  editor,  Columbia  Spec- 
tator; Lawyer;  memberfirm  of  Thompson 
&  Fuller;  chairman  local  school  board, 
district  27,  Brooklyn;  director  National 
Bridge  Works;  mem.  Riding  and  Driving  Club, 
Brooklyn;  Lawyers,  Shelter  Island  Yacht,  Man- 
hasset  Co.  Clubs;  Drug  and  Chemical  Club,  N. 
Y. ;  and  the  Brooklyn  Bar  Association.  16S 
Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  28  S.  Portland  Ave., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 


Benj 


^amin  Thorne  Gilbert, 

A.'  B.,  97;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Writer  and 
Farmer;  pres.  Utica  Chamber  Commerce;  dir. 
Gordon-Thome  Co.,  Sullivan-Slawson  Co.; 
pres.  Oneida  Land  Co.;  mem.  Univ.,  N.  Y.  C. ; 
Fort  and  Schuyler,  Utica,  N.  Y.  Clubs.  2 
LaFayette  St.,  Utica,  and  Greenaway  House, 
New  Hartford,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  Benedict  Griffin, 

A.  B.,  97;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  baseball  team, 
freshman  year;  Banking  and  Investment  Secur- 
ities; mem.  Englewood  Field  and  Knicker- 
bocker Country  Clubs.  120  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  Franlclin  St.,  Englewood,  N.  J. 

William  Boone  Gunton, 

(1230  E.  Front,  Plainfield,  N.  J.) 

Edgar  Arnold  Hellman, 

A.  B.,  97;  Barnard  Debating  Society;  Broker 
(Seligsberg  &  Co.);  mem.  Alumni  Association, 
Century  Country,  Hollywood  Golf  and  Quaker 
Ridge  Golf  Clubs.  71  Bway.  and  311  W.  71st 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  Leon  Hess, 

A.  B.,  97;  Philolexian;  ed.  Columbia  Literary 
Monthly;  freshman  football  team;  manager  Raw 
Silk  Department,  Tata  Sons  &  Co.;  mem. 
Canoe  Brook  Country  (Summit,  N.  J.),  Lotos 
(N.  Y.  C.)  and  Hamilton  (Paterson,  N.  J.) 
Clubs;  and  Author's  League  of  Am.  354,  4th 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  25  Oakridge  Ave.,  Summit, 
N.  J. 

Charles  Knap  Hitchcock,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.  and  E.  M.,  00.  (Lake  Mine, 
Mich.) 

Bernard  Michael  Kaplan, 

A.  B.  ,97;  A.  M.,  01;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Grand 
Sec,  Dist.  No.  1,  I.  O.  B.  B.;  Dominion  Chapl. 
in  Canada,  99-02;  pres.  Assoc.  Char.,  Sacra- 
mento, Cal.,  03;  chrmn.  Intellectual  Advance- 
ment Com.,  Dist.  No.  4,  I.  O.  B.  B.;  mem. 
Columbia  Alumni  (Cal.);  Drama  League  (C^al.) 
2307  Bway.  and  382  Wadsworth  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Lee, 

A.  B.,  98;  LL.  B.,  01.     (Cavetown,  Md.) 

J.  Lester  Lewine, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  00;  Lawyer.  135  Bway  and 
1125  Lexington  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stephen  Lindenfelser, 

A.  B.,  97;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Principal  High 
School  Department,  Trinity  School;  mem.  Beta 
Theta  Pi  Club;  Alumni  Association  Columbia 
University;  Alumni  Association,  Trinity  School. 
139  W.  91st  and  69  E.  87th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


John  Henry  Hobart  Lyon, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  98.     (Faribault,  Minn.) 

Samuel  Wilkinson  Maguire, 

A.  B.,  97;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Amateur  Billiard  Club  of  N.  Y.  229  W.  74th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  2168,  67th  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  L.  Marvin, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  99,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Delta 
Upsilon;  chrmn.  Columbian  Bd.;  class  track 
team;  Lawyer;  pres.  Englewood  Hosp. ;  mem. 
Columbia,  Bankers,  Englewood  Country  and 
Englewood  Field  Clubs.  31  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y. 
C.  and  Linden  Ave.,  Englewood,  N.  J. 

Edward  G.  Merrill, 

A.  B.,  97;  Export  Merchant  and  Consul  for 
Republic  of  Liberia.  24  Stone  and  249  W. 
nth  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Nathan  O.  Petty, 

A.   B.,  97;    A.   M.,   99;    LL.   B.,   99;   Lawyer; 

Clerk,  Suffolk    Co.    Surrogate's    Court,    99-04, 

10-16  Main  St.  and  Lincoln  Ave.,  Riverhead, 

N.  Y. 

John  H.  Prentice, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  98;  Delta  Psi;  capt.  freshman 
crew,  94,  and  'Varsity  crew,  95-96;  class  pres.  1 
yr.  and  life  pres.;  Banker;  mem.  Knickerbocker, 
Racquet  and  Tennis,  Riding*^  Metropolitan, 
Mid-day,  Piping  Rock,  Tuxedo,  National  Golf 
and  Recess  Clubs.  5  Nassau  St.  and  23  E.  69th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Reginald  William  Pressprich, 

A  .B.,  97;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  v.-pres.  Equitable 
Trust  Co.,  N.  Y. ;  mem.  Univ.  Bankers',  Apaw- 
amis  Clubs.  37  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Rye, 
N.  Y. 

Albert  William  Putnam, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  00;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  Philolexian;  Phi  Delta  Phi;  class 
and  'Varsity  football;  freshman  crew;  substi- 
tute 'Varsity  crew,  95;  bow,  97,  'Varsity  crew; 
coach  freshman  crew.  98,  'varsitv  crew,  96; 
ed.  Columbian  Spectator,  96-97;  Columbian  Bd. 
97;  class  treas.,  94-95-96;  v.-pres.  senior  yr.; 
'Varsity  Hockey,  97-99)  Lawyer,  mem.  Univ., 
Alpha  Delta  Phi  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs; 
Bar  Assn.;  Squadron  A.  32  Liberty  St.  and 
Rye.  N.  Y. 

Charles  Chapin  Sargent,  Jr., 

(29  E.  73d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  Hathorne  Sawyer, 
George  Washington  Senftner,* 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  E.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.     d.  1902. 

William  Seward  Shanahan, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  98;  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Zeta 
Psi  fresh  yr.  N.  Y.  V.;  Lawyer;  mem.  of 
Assemb.,  N.  Y.  State,  03-06;  Judge  Municipal 
Court,  N.  Y.  C.  44  Court  St.  and  317  Park 
PI.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Robert  Willis  Shearman, 

A.  B.,  97;  M.  D.,  01;  A.  M.,  01;  Barnard  De-    i 
bating   Soc;    Harsen   prize;    Phys.;    Kings  Co. 
Med.  Soc;  A.  M.  A.     400  Ocean  Ave.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y. 

Paul  Shimmon, 

A.  B.,  97;  B.  D.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  09. 
(Urumia,  Persia  via.  Berlin  and  Tiflis.) 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


177 


Oliver  Smith, 

(Moreland   Farm,   Easton,    Md.) 

Erastus  Burrows  Soper,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  Iowa  State,  99.  (Emmets- 
burg,  la.) 

Eugene  Edward  Spiegelberg, 

A.  M.,  98j  LL.  B.,  00.     (170  BVay.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Arthur  B.  Spingarn, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  99;  LL.  B..  00:  final  Honors 
in  Philosophy;  Lawyer;  mem.  City,  Harmonic, 
Riverside  and  Republican  Clubs.  55  Liberty 
and  52  W.  90th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Ernest  William  Stratmann, 

B.  S.  and  LL.  B.,  99,  tJniv.  of  Tenn.;  Lawyer; 
mem.  firm  Hamilton  and  Stratmann;  'mem. 
Bd.  of  Educ.  City  of  N  .Y.,  13-14;  Tennessee 
Soc.  of  N.  Y.,  Civic  Club  of  Bkln  and  Flat- 
bush  Democratic  Club.  2  Rector  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  903  E.  37th  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Morris  L,.  Strauss, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  98;  LL.  B.,  00;  Barnard  Lit- 
erary; Honors  Math.,  (3),  96;  Chanler 
History  Prize  and  Final  Honors  in  Literature, 
97;  Lawyer;  Secretary  Queens  County_  Bat 
Association,  03-13;  Membership  Committee, 
New  York  State  Bar  Association,  14-16;  Comm. 
Criminal  Proceedure;  New  York  County  Law- 
yers' Association,  15-18:  memher  Fteundschaft, 
Columbia  University  Alumni  Association;  Col- 
umbia Law  School  Alumni  Association;  Masons; 
New  York  State  and  Queens  County  Bar  As- 
sociation; New  York  County  Lawvers*  Associa- 
tion. 47  W.  34th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  College 
-Point.  N.  Y. 

Edwin  P.  Tanner, 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M„  98;  Ph.  D.  "«■  Beta  Theta 
Pi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Alumni  Prize,  97;  Assoc- 
iate Prof.  History  Syracuse  Univ.:  mem.  Univ. 
Club  Syracuse.  Syracuse  Univ.  and  524  Os- 
trom  Ave.,  Syracuse.  N.  Y. 

Faneuil  Suydam  Weisse, 

A.  B.,  97;  M  D..  00:  Delta  Phi  Fraternity; 
Physicians  Med.  Dir.  Mutual  Life  Ins.  Co., 
N.  Y.  C;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  Club.  32  Nassau  St. 
and  29  Washington  Sauare.  N.  V.  C. 

George  Wilson  Wharton, 

A.  B.,  97;  Beta  Theta  Pi:  Ed.  Morningside; 
Chief,  Office  of  Imformation-  U.  S.  Dept. 
Agriculture;  Publicity  Expert;  mem.  Natl.  Press 
Club;  Natl.,  Union  and  Natl.  Geographic  Soc. 
U.  S.  Dept.  Agriculture  and  2923  S.  Dakota 
Ave.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

Charles  Frederick  Wheaton, 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  99:  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Philo- 
lexian;  Delta  Sigma  Rho;  Lawyer;  mem.  Beta 
Club  and  N.  Y.  County  Lawyers  Assn.  11 
Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  395  Warburton  Ave., 
Yonkers.  N.  Y. 

William  Winans, 

126  Frelinghuysen  Ave.,  Newark  and  512,  6tli 
Ave.,  Asbury  Park,  N.  J. 

Charles  Fiske  Wood, 

126  N.  Franklin  St.  and  6  Holland  Court, 
Saginaw,  Mich. 

Isaac  Yohannan,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  97;  A.  M.,  99:  Grad.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem., 
00;  Kearney  MiliUry  Academy.  (Kearney, 
Nebr.) 


Alexander  Henry  William  Zerban, 

(723  Union  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


1898 


Julius  Alsberg, 


A.  B.,  98;  Mech  E.,  01:  Philolexian  Engineer 
(mechanical);  mem.  Technology  Club  (N.  Y. 
C);  Am.  Soc.  Civil  Engrs;  Am.  Soc.  Mech. 
Engrs.  Care  N.  K.  Fairbank  Co.,  Ill  W. 
Washington  St.  and  5438  Ellis  Ave.,  Chicago, 

Chellis  Asahel  Austin, 

60  B'way.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  213  Inwood  Ave., 
Upper  Montclair,  N.  J. 

Morton  Knight  Averill, 

LL.  B.,  01.     (55  Liberty  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

y 

Eucius  Constant  Bulkley, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.  01.  (531  Madison 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Clinton  Burke,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  98;  Philolexian  Society;  with  Standard 
Oil  Co.  (N.  J.) ;  member  Columbia  University 
and  Plainfield  Country  Clubs.  26  Broadway, 
New  York  City,  and  231  E.  9th  St.,  Plainfield, 
N.  J. 

Arthur  O.  Choate, 

55  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  Nicholas  Clapp, 

A.  B.,  00;  Zeta  Psi  Clergy.  (Epis.  Ch.);  mem. 
Bd.  of  Exam.  Chaplains;  mem.  Columbia  Club. 
364  McKee  PI.  and  812  St.  James  St.,  Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 

Henry  Clews,  Jr., 

98;  Artist.     82  Rue  d'  Assas,  Paris,  France. 

C.  Arthur  Comstock, 

40  Exch.  PI.,  N.  Y.  .C.  and  Wyckoff,  N.  J. 

William  Williams  Comstock 
Harry  Randel  Cook,* 

d.  1898. 

Frank  H.  Curry, 

A.  B.,  98;  Delta  Upsilon;  Philolexian;  Lawyer. 
52  Bway,  N.  Y,  C.  and  228  St.  Marks  PI.,  New 
Brighton,  S.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Joseph  M.  Daggett, 

61  Bway.,  N.  Y  C.  and.,  Arlington,  Dutchess 
Co.,  N.  Y. 

Ernest  Warren  Davenport, 

A.  B.,  98;  Assistant  Cashier,  Mechanics  and 
Metals  National  Bank,  N.  Y.  City.  20  Nassau 
St.  and  39  Claremont  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Woodbridge  Demarest,* 

LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  00. 

JFrank  Depew, 

A.  B.,  98;  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon;  Philolexian; 
Wholesale  Grocer  (Proprietor  and  General 
■  Manager);  mem.  Columbia  University,  N.  Y. ; 
Athletic  and  Knickerbocker  Country  Clubs; 
Union  League  of  Hackensack,  N.  J.  515 
Canal  St.,  N.  Yr  C.  and  Highwood  Ave., 
Tenafly,  N.  J. 


178 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1898 


Arthur  De  Young, 

A.  B.,  98;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  Track  Team,  98 
(Capt.);  Champion  Gym.  Team,  00  (Capt.) ; 
Broker.  12  W.  44th  and  179  W.  73d  Sts., 
N.  y.  C. 

Frank  Griggs  Dresser, 

(102  Waterman,  Providence,   R.   I.) 

Dudley  Dupignac, 

120  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Mt.  Kisco,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Hebard  Edwards, 

A.  B.,  98;  LL.  B.,  00;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer; 
mem.  Columbia  University  Club.  46  Cedar  St., 
N.  Y.  City  and  36  Patterson  Ave.,  Greenwich, 
Conn. 

Lewis  David  Einstein, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  99;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  History 
Honors,  Chanler  Historical  prize;  Place  in  Class 
games;  hammer  throwing;  football  class  team; 
Special  Diplomatic  Repr.  to  Bulgaria;  3d  Sec, 
Embassy,  Paris,  03;  London,  05;  Sec.  Am.  Com. 
Morrocoan  Conference  at  Algiers,  06;  2d  Sec. 
Legation  Constantinople,  06;,  2d  Sec.  Embassy, 
06;  1st  Sec.  Embassy,  08;  Charge  d'  Affairs; 
1st  Sec.  Peking,  09;  Minister  to  Costa  Rica, 
10-12;  Spec.  Agt.  Constantinople,  14;  Spec.  dept. 
Repr.  to  Bulgaria,  14-15.  Care  Dept.  State, 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Dexter  Mason  Ferry,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  98;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Business  Man; 
Treasurer  D.  M.  Ferry  &  Co.  (Seeds);  Presi- 
dent Michigan  Fire  and  Marine  Insurance  Co.; 
Vice-President  Standard  Accident  Insurance 
Co.;  Director  First  and  Old  Detrpit  National 
Bank;  member  Michigan  House  Representa- 
tives, 01-04;  President  Michigan  State  Board 
Education,  08-14;  President  Detroit  Museum  of 
Art;  member  University,  Detroit  and  Detroit 
Boat  (ex-pres.)  Clubs.  Brush  and  Monroe  Sts., 
Detroit,  Mich,  and  Grosse  Point,  Mich. 

Arnold  Winkelried  Fismer, 

Ph.  D.  N.  Y.  Univ.,  99.-  (302  Belleville  Ave., 
Bloomfield,  N.  J.) 

Arthur  Romeyn  Gray, 

281,  4th  Ave.  and  114  E.  22d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harry  Louis  Haas, 

A.  B.,  98;  LL.  B.,  01;  Lawyer;  Great  Neck 
Country  Club;  Whitehall  Club.  42  Broadway 
and  375  Pa^k  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C,  N.  Y. 

William  Hight  Harding,  Jr., 

lis  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  1233  Dean  St.,  Bkln., 

Edwin  Taylor  Iglehart, 

B.  D.  Drew  Theol.  Sem.,  01.     (Tokio,  Japan.) 

Ernest  Iselin, 

A.  B.,  98;  Psi  Upsilon;  Banker;  Director 
Hanover  National  Bank,  Buffalo,  Rochester  and 
Pittsburgh  Ry.  Co. ;  Union  Trust  Co. ;  Cowauth- 
anoch  Coal  and  Coke  Co.;  Manhattan  Storage 
and  Warehouse  Co.  and  Hanover  Safe  Deposit 
Co.;  member  Union,  Metropolitan,  Knicker- 
bocker, N.  Y.  Yacht,  Ridinif,  Down  Town, 
Turf  and  Field,  Piping  Rock,  University, 
Country,  Columbia  University  and  Travellers 
Clubs.  36  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  New  Rochelle, 
N.  Y. 

George  R.  Jacobus, 

A.  B.,  98.     Yonkers,  Tuckahoe  P.  O.,  N,  Y. 


Frederick  Paul  Keppel, 

A.  B.,  98;  Psi  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kajjpa;  Dean 
Columbia  Coll.;  Pres.  Col.  Univ.  Club,  16; 
mem.  Coll.  Entrance  Exam.  Bd. ;  mem.  Century 
University  and  Col.  Univ.  Clubs.  Columbia 
University,  N.  Y.  and  415  W.  117th  St.,  N.  Y. 
C. 

Ernest  Gustave  Lemcke, 

(36    Fuller   Terrace,    Orange,    N.   J.) 

Maxwell  Lester, 

A.  B.,  98;  mem.  Alumni  Assn.,  24  Fernwood 
Road,  Summit,  N.  J. 

John  Fulton  Berrien  Mitchell, 

A.  B.,  98;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Bd.  Ed.  Morning- 
side;  Soph.  Honors  Math.;  Inter  Collegiate 
Fencing  Championship,,  98;  Banker.  33  Pine 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Linden  Hill,  Flushing,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Stuyvesant  Fish  Morris,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  98;  Delta  Psi;  Varsity  ball  team;  fresh 
crew  (substitute) ;  Banker  and  Brokers ;  mem. 
Rockaway  Hunting  Club.  15  Wall  St.,  and 
Hewlett,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Albert  S.  Morrow, 

A.  B.,  98;  M.  D..  01,  Univ.  and  Bellevue; 
Surg.;  Interne  Bellevue  Hosp.,  01-03;  Surg. 
Workhouse  Hosp.;  do  Central  Neurolog. 
Hosp.;  Prof.  Clin.  Surg.  N.  Y.  Polycl.  Hosp.; 
mem.  Columbia  Univ.,  and  Baltusrol.  Golf 
Clubs;  Co.  Med.  Soc.  and  Am.  Med.  Assn. 
219  W.  70th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  King  Morse, 

A.  B.,  98;  Honors  Math.,  Soph.,  Jun.  and 
Seiiior  yrs.;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Certified  Public 
Accountant.  1129  1st  Natl.  Bank  Bldg., 
Chicago,  111.   and  551   Judson  Ave.,  Evanston, 

John  Waring  Parks,* 

.    LL.    B..    02.      d.    1910. 

Ferdinand  Van  Siclen  Parr, 

A.  B.,  98;  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon;  Lawyer.  175 
Remsen  St.  and  274  Lefferts  Ave.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y. 

Robert  L.  Pierrepont, 

A.  B.,  98;  Delta  Psi;  Capt.  98  Fresh.  Crew; 
Spec,  partner  Low,  Dixon  &  Co.,  Bankers; 
trust.  Ch.  Charity  Foundation  L.  I.,  do  Green- 
wood Cemetery,  do.  So.  Bkln.  Sav.  Inst.,  Dir. 
Bkln.  Trust  Co.,  Bkln.  Union  Gas  Co.,  Han- 
over Fire  Ins.  Co.,  Home  Life  Ins.  Co.,  and 
Lawyers'  Mortg.  Co.;  mem.  Col.  Univ.,  Down 
Town,  Assn.,  Dyker  Meadow  Golf,  Hamilton, 
Heights,  Casino,  and  St.  Anthony  Clubs.  37 
Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  140  Columbia  Heights, 
Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Ralph  Brouwer  Pomeroy,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.  (Hon.),  15;  B.  D.,  03,  Genl. 
Theol.  Sem.;  Rector,  Trinity  Ch.,  Princeton, 
N.  J.;  Lecturer,  Princeton  Univ.;  trust.  Genl. 
Theol.  Sem.,  N.  Y.;  mem.  Nassau  Club.  43 
Mercer   St.,   Princeton,   N.  J. 

Charles  J.  Pretzfeld, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  00;  Ph.  D.,  02;  Silk  Manu- 
facturer. 229,  4th'  Ave.,  and  170  W.  74*^ 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Thomas  Randall, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  00;  LL.  B.,  00;  Lawyer; 
mem.  Bar  Assn.  149  B'way.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
26  Woodland  Road,  Maplewood,  N.  J. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


179 


Lothrop  Randolph, 

(Mt.   St.  Vincent,   N.  Y.   C.) 

Gerard  Roberts, 

A.  B.,  98;  LL.  B.,  99,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Barnard 
Lit.  Assn.,  Debating  Union,  Col.  Lit.  Monthly; 
Lawyer.  56  Pine  St..  N.  Y.  G.  and  Hacken- 
sack,  N.  J. 

William  C.  Sandy, 

A.  B.,  98;  M.  D.,  01;  Sigma  Chi;  Phys.; 
Psychiatrist;  Med.  Dir.  State  Hosp.  for  In- 
sane; mem.  Am.  Med.,  State  Med.,  N.  Y.  Neu- 
rolog,  and  Am.  Medico-Fsycholog.  Socs. 
State  Hospital,  Columbia,  S.i  C. 

Jacob  Smith  Schlussel, 

A.  By  98;  'Varsity  Crew,  97;  Broker;  mem. 
Col.  Univ.  and  Century  Country  Clubs.  42 
B'way.  and  37  W.   74th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Harold  Schwarz, 

(1038,  sth  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Joseph  Barnard  Solomon, 

(Jewish  Theol.   Sem.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Nathan  Stern, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  99;  Ph.  D.,  01;  honors, 
English;  Clergyman;  comm.  Pub.  Library, 
Trenton,  N.  J.;  chaplain  N,  J.  State  Prison; 
lect.  Biblical  Literature,  Brown  Univ.;  Rabbi, 
Trenton,  N.  J.,  Providence,  R.  I.,  and  N.  Y. 
C;  mem.  Univ.  (Providence,  R.  I.)  and  City 
Athl.  (N.  Y.  C.)  Clubs.  West  End  Synagogue, 
160  W.  82d  St.,  and  Hotel  Lucerne,  201  W. 
79th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Randall  Hoyt  Stern, 

56  Pine  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  560  Tremont  Ave., 
Westfield,  N.  J. 

William  Bittle  Symmes,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  98;  LL.  B.,  01;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Law- 
yer; member  Columbia  University,  Alpha  Del- 
ta Phi  and  Underwriters'  Clubs;  Bar  Associa- 
tion, City  of  New  York.  55  Liberty  St.  and 
829  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Alvan  Alonzo  Tenney, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  99;  Ph.  D.,  07.  (70  Morn- 
ingside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Stallo  Vinton, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  99;  LL.  B.,  00;  Phi  Delta 
Theta;  Lawyer.  41  Park  Row  and  251  W. 
109th   St..  N.   Y.   C. 

Martin  H.  Vogel, 

A.  B.,  98;  final  honors  in  history;  Lawyer; 
asst.  treas.  U.  S,  at  N.  Y.;  mem.  Criterion, 
Bar  Assn. ;  Siwanay  Golf  and  Democratic 
Cluhs.  15  Broad  St.  and  Ritz-Carlton  Hotel, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Jesse  Watson, 

A.  B.,  98;  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon;  Lawyer; 
member  Sleepy  Hollow  Country,  Railroad 
Press,  Long  Island  Auto,  Deal,  and  Wykagyl 
Golf,  Rumson  Country,  Allenhurst  and  Cres- 
cent Athletic  Clubs.  60  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C; 
Sidney  and  Ocean  Aves.,  Deal  Beach,  N.  J. 

William  Rogers  Westerfield, 

(480  Park,  Upper  Montclair,  N.  J.) 

Jonathan  Dunham  Wilson,  Jr., 

(Ncwburgh,  N.  YO 


Samuel  Copp  Worthen, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  00;  LL.  B.,  00;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa  Society;  Barnard  Literary  Association; 
Class  Poet,  1895-97;  Elected  to  Phi  Beta  Kap- 
pa Society  in  Junior  year  (one  of  two  so 
elected)  class  president,  98;  Salutatorian;  Sen- 
ior Honors  in  Rhetoric  and  English  Composi- 
tion; Lawyer;  member  Association  of  the, 
Alumni  of  Columbia  College;  New  York  Genea- 
logical and  Biographical  Society;  Sons  of  the 
American  Revolution,  iii  B*way.,  N.  Y,  C. 
and  14  Davis  Ave.,  E.  Orange,  N.  J. 

Franklin  Zeiger, 

A.  B.,  98;  A.  M.,  00.  (138  Park  St.,  Mont- 
clair, N.  J.) 

1899 

Charles  A,  Baker, 

A.  B,  99;  A,  M„  00;  LL.  B.,  02;  Delta  Up- 
silon.  Phi  Beta  Kappa,  Philolexian,  Deutscher 
Verein,  McKinley  and  Roosevelt  Clubs;  lit. 
monthly,  Columbian ;  grand  marshal  at  com- 
mencement; intercollegiate  debating  teams  y 
senior  honors  in  economics;  track  team;  relay 
team;  lawyer;  director  in  several  companies; 
governor,  Middlebrook  Country  Club;  member 
of  New  York  County  Lawyers'  Association;  F. 
&  A.  M.  (Chancellor  Walworth).  52  Broad- 
way, N.  Y.  C.  and  Bound  Brook,  N.  J. 

Hugh  Birckhead  (Rev.), 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  07;  B.  D.,  02;  D.  D.,  10;  Psi 
Upsilon;  ed.  Morningside;  chrm.  jun.  prom.; 
star  *Varsity  show;  Clergyman ;  rector  Emman- 
uel Ch.,  Baltimore;  trustee  Cathedral  Foun- 
dation; del.  gen.  con. ;  mem.  Century  and 
University  Clubs  (N.  Y.) ;  Baltimore  and 
Baltimore  Country  Clubs.  18  W.  Read  St., 
Baltimore,  Md. 

Harold  Hosford  Bowman, 

A.  B.,  99;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  of 
Smith  &  Bowman.  38  Park  row,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
5  Valley  Place,  Upper  Montclair,  N.  J. 

William  Aspenwall  Bradley, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.  00;  Psi  Upsilon;  Kings 
Crown;  ed.  "The  Morningside,"  "Spectator," 
"Columbian;"  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  writer;  mem. 
Columbia  tJniversity,  Authors*  Clubs.  79 
South  Ave.,  New  Canaan,  Conn. 

William  Warren  Bross, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  00;  LL.  B.,  01.  (76  William 
St.,  N.   Y  .0 


Ernest  A.  Cardozo, 


A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  00;  LL.  B.,  02;  LL.  M.,  03; 

mem.  Col.  debating  team,  00,  and  other  society 
debating  teams;  historian  Philolexian  So- 
ciety on  100th  anniv.  and  author  of  a  his- 
tory of  Philolexian  Society  from  1802  to  1902; 
v.-pres.  Class  02  law;  marshal  instillation  of 
President  Butler;  lawyer;  sec.  class  99,  from 
1899  to  14:  pres.  class  14;  mem.  Col.  Club,  Bar. 
Assn.  N,  Y.  C,  County  Lawyers'  Assn. ;  Am. 
Bar.  Assn.;  N.  Y.  State  B&r  Assn.;  Sons  Am. 
Rev.,  Century  Country  Club,  Hollywood  Club, 
Alumni  Assn.,  N.  Y.  Law  School  and  Coll. 
Aliimni  Federation.  52  Broadway  and  31  W. 
69th  St.,  N  Y.  C. 

Robert  Jermain  Cole, 

A.  B.,  99;  Kings  Crown;  writer  on  art  and 
general  editorial  topics.  Evening  Sun,  N.  Y. ; 
ed.  5  years  pub.  dept.  internatl.  com.  Y.  M.  C. 
A. ;  ed.  from  beginning  Baltimore  and  Ohio 
Employes'  Magazine.  150  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y,  C. 
and  46  Wendover  Road,  Forest  Hills,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 


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[1899 


William  B.  Corning, 

A.  B.,  99;  Philolexian;  historical  essay  prize 
98  (divided),  'Varsity  baseball,  99;  Clerk  Adv. 
Dept.  Royal  Baking  Powder  Co.  135  William 
St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  295  Neal  Dow  Ave.,  W.  New 
Brighton,  N.  Y. 

Sumner  Deane, 

(62  E.  78th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Gustav  Eggena, 

A.  B.,  99;  Credit  Mgr.;  mem.  Manhattan  and 
Princeton  Clubs;  Larchmont  Yacht  Club;  Nas- 
sau Club  (Princeton,  N.  J.)  25  Madison  Ave. 
and  7  E.  32d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Ehret,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  99;  Theta  Delta  Chi,  Deutscher  Verein. 
Societe  Francaise,  Philolexian  Soc. ;  mem. 
track  and  skating  team;  Brewer;  mgr.  George 
Ehret  Brewing  Co. ;  pres.  George  Ringler  Brew- 
ery; v.-pres.  N.  Y.  &  College  Pt.  Ferry  Co.;  v.- 
pres.  No.  Beach  Amusement  Co. ;  executor  Wm. 
S.  Ringler  estate;  executor  Philip  Hoffmann 
estate;  mem.  N.  Y.  Athletic,  Rumson  Country, 
Auto  Club  of  Am.,  Deal  Golf,  Col.  Univ., 
Arion,  Democratic,  Wheatley  Hills  Golf,  Red 
Bank  Yacht  and  West  Side  Tennis  Clubs; 
Deutscher  Verein.  235  E.  92d  St.  and  3  E.  93d 
St.,   N.   Y.    C. 

Henry  Cameron  Eldert, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  01;  LL.  B.,  02.  (51  Wall  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Howard  Elmer, 

45  William  St.  and  189  Lenox  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Bernard  Morris  Lee  Ernst, 

A.  B.,  99;  LL.B.,  03;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Philo- 
lexian; Press  Club;  King's  Crown;  'Varsitj' 
debating  team  against  University  of  Chicago 
(twice),  Cornell  and  Penn;  winner  'Varsity 
C  on  track  team;  on  editorial  boards  Columbia 
Literary  Monthly  and  Jester;  played  lacrosse; 
Lawyer;  secretary  and  director  Educational 
Alliance:  on  board  directors  of  Surprise  Lake 
Camp.;  member  Phi  Delta  Theta  Club,  New 
York;  New  York  County  Lawyers'  Associa- 
tion; College  and  Law  School  Alumni  Asso- 
ciations. 31  Liberty  St.  and  603  W.  138th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Norton  DeLos  Lull  Fletcher, 

A.  B.,  99;  M.  D.,  02;  Zeta  Psi;  Physician; 
Assistant  Surgeon,  Manhattan  Eye,  Ear  and 
Throat  Hospital ;  Nose  and  Throat  Department, 
St.  Luke's  Hospital.    556  W.  113th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Phelps  Fort, 

.  LL.B.,  N.  Y.  Law  School,  01.     (177  Montague 
St.,   Bkln.,   N.   Y.) 

Hugh  Molleson  Foster, 

A.    B.,   99;   Psi   Upsilon;    Inspector,   board  of 
■    estimate    and   apportionment;    mem.    Columbia 
Univ.  Club.     1327  Municipal  Bldg.  and  501  W. 
121st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  A.  Fowler, 

A.  B.,  99;  Psi  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  editor- 
in-chief  of  Columbia  Spectator;  Iron  Merchant; 
member  of  firm  of  Rogers,  Brown  &  Co.; 
director  in  several  iron  corporations;  member 
University,  Racquet  and  Tennis,  Down  Town, 
and  Essex  Fox  Hounds  Clubs.  30  Church  St.,' 
N.  Y.  C.  and  Peapack,  N.  J. 

Irving  Giffin, 

(311  Lincoln  Ave.,  Orange,  N.  J.) 


Horace  Cutler  Graves, 

A.  B.,  99;  Barnard  Literary  Society;  president 
Class  Junior  yr.;  mem.  Debating  Soc;  edi- 
tor Oil,  Paint  and  Drug  Reporter;  financial 
editor  New  York  Commercial;  member  Six- 
teenth Assembly  District  Republican  and 
Fawcett  (Bkln.)  Clubs;  Royal  Arcanum; 
Chosen  Friends,  Council  No.  811.  100  William 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  2144,  64th  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Frank  Sutliflf  Hackett, 

A.  B.,  99;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Philolexian; 
president  of  class,  senior  year;  member  of 
'varsity  track  team  (C);  Headmaster  Riverdale 
Country  School;  secretary  of  the  School-mas- 
ters' Association  of  New  York  and  Vicinity, 
13-;  secretary  of  The  Last  of  the  Forty-niners; 
secretary  of  the  '  Neighborhood  Association, 
Riverdale;  editor  of  the  Riverdale  News;  mem- 
ber Columbia  University  Club.  Riverdale 
Country  School,  Riverdale-on-Hudson,  W. 
252d  St.  near  Bway,  N.  Y  C. 

Addison  G.  Hanan, 

Front  and  Bridge  Sts.  and  1222  Albemarle 
Rd.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Howard  Sawyer  Harrington, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  02;  LL.B.,  02;  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon;  leader  'varsity  glee  club,  99-02;  pres. 
Col.  Univ.  musical  soc,  00;  Univ.  debating 
team,  02;  admiralty  and  international  Lawyer; 
(Harrington,  Bigham  &  Engler,  64  Wall  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  The  Temple,  London,  Eng.);  pres. 
55th  Annual  Natl.  Convention  of  Delta  Kappa 
Epsilon,  Wash.,  D.  C,  01;  mem.  soc.  of  the 
Cincinnati;  Sons  of  the  Rev.;  military  Soc.  of 
the  War  of  1812;  Vet.  Corps  of  Artillery  of 
N.  Y.  State,  Calumet  Fencers,  Ardsley,  Sleepy 
Hollow,  and  Columbia  Clubs  of  N.  Y. ;  Racquet 
Club  of  Phila. ; -Jr.  Carlton,  Royal  Thames 
Yacht  and  Royal  Auto  Clubs  of  London,  Eng.; 
Stoke  Poges  and  Harewood  Downs  Golf  Clubs 
of  Eng.  64  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  5  Paper  Bldgs. 
Inner  Temple,  London,  E.  C.  and  Pednor 
House,  Chesham,  Buckinghamshire,  England. 

John  S.  Harrison, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  00;  Ph.D.,  03;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  King's  Crown;  Alumni  prize,  most 
faithful  and  deserving  mem.  of  class,  99;  asst. 
English  Prof.,  Kenyon  Coll.,  Author;  mem. 
Woodbine  Soc,  (N.  Y.).    Gambler,  0. 

Augustus  Snow  Hart, 

LL.  B.,  00,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  LL.  M.,  01,  do.; 
Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Alpha  Phi;  Lawyer; 
Bkln.  Bar  Assn  ;  Lawyers'  Club  of  Bkln.;  Bd. 
of  Governors  Crescent  and  Athl.  Club  of 
Bkln.;  1st  Lt.  1st  Cavalry,  N.  G.  N.  Y.;  U.  S. 
Cavalry  Assn.,  Univ.  Club  of  Bkln.;  Squadron 
Cavalry  Club,  Invincible  Club  and  Delta 
Kappa  Epsilon  Assn.  189  Montague  St.,  Bkln., 
and  141  Kilburn  Rd.,  Garden  City,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

George  Sidney  Hellman, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  00;  Phi  Kappa  Beta;  King's 
Crown;  Philolexian;  Shakespeare  Society; 
Athletic  Association,  'Tennis  Club;  winner 
Alumni  prize  (best  entrance  examination); 
honors  Romance  Languages  and  literature; 
editor-in-chief  Columbia  Literary  Monthly; 
managing  editor  Spectator;  director  Athletic 
Union;  secretary  tennis  club;  class  poet;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  Author  and  Art  Dealer;  member 
Local  School  Board;  New  York  City  Depart- 
ment of  Education,  trustee  class,  99;  trustee 
Columbia  Literary  Monthly  Fund;  member 
Authors,  Grolier,  Phi  Beta  Kappa  Alumni 
Association;  Society  for  Ethical  Culture;  Mt. 
Sinai  Hospital,  Montefiore  Home;  Writings; 
The  Hudson  and  other  Poems;  original  draw- 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


181 


ings  of  the  Old  Masters,  etc.;  Contributor  to 
Atlantic  Monthly,.  Harpy's  Magtisin^,  The 
Bookman,  Munsey*s  Magazine,  New  York 
Times,  etc.;  editor  of  East  and  West,  Letters 
of  Washington  Irving,  etc.  366,  5th  Ave.  and 
301  W.  8ist  St.,  New  York  City. 

Otto  Hellmuth  Hinck, 

(86  Christopher,  Montclair,  N.  J.) 

Frederic  William  Hinrichs,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  99;  Grad.,  02,  U.  S.  Mil.  Acad.,  West 
Point;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Philolethian  Literary 
Soc. ;  Professor  Applied  Mechanics  Univ. 
Rochester,  N.  Y. ;  mem,  Univ.  Club,  Rochester, 
Am.  Soc.  Mechanical  Engineers*,  Rochester 
Engineering  Soc.  Care  University  of  Roches-  ■ 
ter  and  248  Oxford  St.,  Rochester,  N.  Y. 

George  G.  Hopkins,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  99;  S.,  01;  B.  Lit.  Assn.;  Farmer; 
collector  sch.  dist.  No.  10,  town  of  Ballston; 
mem.  Malto  Grange,  Saratoga  Co.,  Pomona 
Grange,  N.  Y*  .State  Guernsey  Breeders  Assn., 
Saratoga  Co.  Bureau  Assn.  R.  F.  D.  No.  2, 
Ballston  Lake,  N,  Y. 

Darwin  Shaw  Hudson, 

C.  E.,  01.    (157  Franklin  St.,  Astoria,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Sidney  L,ouis  Josephthal, 

LL.B.,  01.    (19  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.   C.) 

Walter  Guest  Kellogg; 

(Ogdensburg,  N.  Y.) 

William  Wolfe  Lesem,* 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  01;  M.  D.,  03.     d.   1910. 

Oscar  R.  Lichtenstein, 

A.  B.,  99;  Banker,  Heidelbach,  Ickelheimer  & 
Co.;  member  Columbia  and  Crescent  Athletic 
Clubs.  49  Wall  St.  and  465  West  End  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Frederic  A.  Lund, 

2  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Franklin  McCann,  Jr.,* 

A.  B.,  99;   A.   M.,   01;   LL.   B.,   02.     d.    1907. 

Walter  Langdon  McDermott, 

15  Exch.  PI.  and  96  Glenwood  Ave.,  Jersey 
City,  N.  J. 

Adrian  S.  Malsan, 

A.  B.,  99;  Attorney-at-Law.  45  Martin  Bldg., 
Utica,  N.  Y. 

John  Marcus, 

LL.B.,  02.    (Far  Rockaway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Matthew, 

A.  M.,  00.    (Bronxville,  N.  Y.) 

Henry  A.  Miller, 

A.  B.,  99;  LL.B.,  02;  Harvard;  Kind's  Crown; 
Lawyer.  165  Bway  and  440  Riverside  Drive, 
N.  Y.  C. 

John  Purroy  Mitchel, 

A.  B.,  99:  LL.  B.,  01,  N.  Y.  Law  Schqoli 
Mayor  of  New  York,  term  Jan.  1,  10,  to  Dec. 
31,  17;  admitted  to  N.  Y.  Bar  June,  01;  special 
"  counsel  to  City  of  New  York  Dec,  06,  to  April, 
07;  Commr.  of  Accounts  of  New  York 
07-09;  ores.  Bd.  of  Aldermen  09-13  (acting 
mayor  Aug.-Sept.,  10);  Collector  Port  of  New 
.  York  13;  Democrat.  City  Hall  and  258  River- 
side Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 


Miles  Rees  Moffatt, 

A.  B.,  99;  B.  S.,  01 ;  Delta  Upsilon,  Philolex- 
ian,  Chess,  Chemical;  Asst.  Supt.  Dyeing  Amos- 
keag  Mfg.  Co.;  mem.  Intervale  Country  Club. 
Care  Amoskeag  Mfg.  Co.,  and  727  Pine  St., 
Manchester,  N.  H. 

Heath  Moore, 

102  N  Y.  Life  Bldg.,  and  4601  Harrison  Blvd., 
Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Charles  Moran, 

LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  02.  (68  William 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Herman  Otto  Mosenthal,* 

M.  D..  03.     d.   1913. 

Geoffrey  Parsons, 

LL.  B.,  03..   (Milton  Rd.,  Rye,  N.  Y.) 

Theophilus  Parsons, 

LL.  B.,  02.     (Hempstead,  N.  Y.) 

James  Duane  Pell, 

A.  B.,  99;  Delta  Psi;  Capt.  baseball  team,  99; 
Broker;  mem.  Racquet  and  Tennis,  Univ., 
Columbia,  St.  Anthony  and  Richmond  Co. 
Country  Clubs.  7  Wall  St.  and  118  E  54th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Garrett  Chatfield  Pier, 

Greenwich,    Conn. 

Ernest  Chapin  Ropes, 

A.  B.,  99;  Sec.  soph.  yr.  Barnard  Lit.  Assn.; 
ed.  Morningsidej  Columbian  Bd. ;  Class  Glee 
and  Coll.  Glee  Clubs;  Y.  M.  C.  A.;  Inter-Soc. 
debates;  Univ.  chorus;  Sec.  Class  Sen.  yr.; 
Fresh.  Crew;  Farmer.  Craneneck  St.,  W.  New- 
bury, Mass. 

Henry  Spaulding  Schley, 

Member  New  York  Athletic  Club.  24  W. 
54th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Montgomery  Schuyler,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  00;  Sec.  of  Legation  and 
Cons.  Gen.  to  Roumania  and  Servia,  Sec.  of 
Legation,  St.  Petersburg.  (American  Lega- 
tion, St.  Petersburg,  Russia.) 

Alexis  Eugene  Senftner, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  N.  Y.  Univ.,  02;  Ph.  D.,  04; 

B.  D.,  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  02.  (428  W.  154th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edgar  Sergeant, 

Merchandise  Importer;  Chemical,  Clay  and 
Wood  pulp;  Treasurer  E.  M.  Sergeant  Co.;  do 
Buy  and  Sell  Co.;  Director  Eagle  Fire  Insur- 
ance Co.,  (Newark,  N.  J.) ;  member  Columbia 
University'  and  Yowntakah  Country  Clubs.  95 
Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  24  Rutgers  PI., 
Nutley,  N.  J. 

Frederic  K.  SelSvard, 

A.  B.,  99;  Sen.  Soc.  Nacoms;  Barnard  Lit.; 
Glee;  Univ.  Chorus;  Lawyer  (Curtis,  Mallet- 
Prevost  ■&  Colt) ;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  Mendelssohn 
Glee,  Reform  and  Gardens  Clubs.  30  Broad  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  35  Whitson  St.,  Forest  Hills,  L. 
I.,  N.  Y. 

Prescott  Alfriend  Sherer, 

LL.  B.,  01.     (Garden  City,  N.  Y.) 

Richard  Gordon  Simpson,* 

d.   1905. 


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[1899-1900 


Davison  Heermance  Smith,* 

M.    D.,    02.      d.    1903. 

Harry  G.  Staunton,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  02;  B.  D.,  II,  General  Theol. 
Sem. ;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Clergyman;  Sec.  Social 
Service  Comm.  Diocese  Central  N.  Y.;  Del. 
Provincial  Synod  N.  Y.  and  N.  J.,  Administra- 
for  Binghamton  Clericus;  mem.  Susquehanna 
Valley,  St.  Andrews  and  Alpha  Chi  Rho  (N. 
Y.  C.)  Clubs.  Church  o£  Good  Shepherd  and 
78   Conklin  Ave.,   Binghamton,  N.   Y. 

Charles  H.  Tuttle, 

A.  B.,  99;  LL.  B.,  02;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Philo- 
lexian;  Y.  M.  C.  A.;  Chanler  History  prize; 
final  honors  English;  H.  C.  Bunner  medal; 
James  Gordon  Bennett  prize;  Philolexian  ist 
prize  essay;  Lawyer;  trustee,  C.  C.  N.  Y.; 
mem.  Hamilton  Grange  Tennis  Club,  Am.  Bar 
and  N.  Y.  County  Lawyers  Assn.  and  Assn.  of 
Bar  of  City  N.  Y.  34  Nassau  St.  and  12 
Hamilton   Terrace.N.   Y.    C. 

Warren  Mersereau  Van  Name, 

A.  B.,  99;  A.  M.,  os;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  class 
day  com.;  Kings  Crown;  Prin.  P  S.  136,  Bkln., 
N.  Y.;  teacher  English,  Bordentown  Milit. 
Inst.;  head  English  dept.  Blair  Acad.;  mem. 
English  dept  Commercial  High  Sch.,  Bkln.; 
mem.  com.  on  educ.  and  com,  on  psychology, 
Bkln.  Inst.  Arts  and  Sciences;  mem.  Bkln. 
Principals'  Assn.;  Noctes  Ambrosians.  4004 
4th  Ave.  and  1090  Lincoln  PI.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Webster  Wagner, 

A.  B.,  99;  Sigma  Chi;  Advertising.  9  E.  4otli 
St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Towaco,  N.  J. 

Stewart  Edward  White, 

2220  Santa  Barbara  St.,  Santa  Barbara,  Cal. 

Hans  [Wilham]  Zinsser, 

A.   B.,   99;    A.   M.   and  M.   D.,   03;    Professor 
,  Stanford  University.     (Palo  Alto,  Cal.) 

1900 


Henry  G.  Alsberg, 


A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  03;  football  team;  Lawyer. 
56  W.  95th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stanley  R.  Avery, 

St.  Mark's  Church  and  435  Ridgewood  Ave., 
Minneapolis,  Minn. 

Lee  Mansfield  Bingham, 

(46  Norwood  Ave.,  Summit,  N.  J.) 

S.  John  Block, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  03;  student  Col.  Univ.  Law 
Sch.,  00-02;  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  02-03;  Kings 
Crown;  Deutscher  Verein;  track  team  show 
99;  'Varsity  show,  00;  Lawyer;  pres.  Working- 
men's  Co-operative  Pub.  Assn.  (The  N.  Y. 
Call.);  candidate  several  times  Socialist  party 
for  Justice  Sup.  Ct.;  men).  Civic  Club  (N.  Y.); 
Intercoll.  Socialist  Soc.  203  Broadway  and  65 
Hamilton  Terrace,  N.  Y.  C. 


Morton  G.  Bogue, 


A.  B.,  00;  Delta  Psi;  coxwain  'Varsity  crew, 
97-00;  do.  freshman  crew,  97;  class  secretary 
sophomore  year;  chairman  Athletic  Council; 
Lawyer;  member  of  firm  of  Beekman,  Menken 
&  Griscom;  chairman  Intercollegiate  Rowing 
Association;  steward  American  Rowing  Asso- 
ciatTon;  vice-president  Association  Alumni  Co- 
lumbia College;  member  New  York  Bar  Asso- 
ciation; Association  Bar  City  New  York;   Co- 


lumbia University,  University,  St.  Anthony, 
Bankers  Club  of  America,  Oakland  Golf  and 
Baltusrol  Golf  Clubs.  52  William  St.  and  955 
Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Floyd  Bowman, 

M.  D.,  04.     (40  Union  Ave.,  Irvington,  N.  J.) 

Hjalmar  Hjorth  Boyesen, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  04;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Senior 
Society  of  NaComs;  Phi  Delta  Phi  (law); 
rowed  2  on  Freshman  crew,  99;  Stroked 
and  captained  second  'Varsity  crew,  98;  vice- 
president  Football  Association,  99;  editor 
Columbia  Literary  Monthlyj  97-00;  Lawyer; 
member  of  Sullivan  &  Cromwell,  New  York; 
member  Columbia  University  and  Aloha  Delta 
Phi  Clubs;  Association  of  the  Bar  of  the  City 
of  New  York  and  New  York  State  Bar  Asso- 
ciation. 49  Wall  and  137  E.  19th  Sts.,  New 
York  City. 

Roelif  Hasbrouck  Brooks,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  10  (hon.);  Delta  Kanpa  Epsi- 
lon;  Kings  Crown;  valedictorian  of  class;  Rec- 
tor St.  Paul's  Episcopal  Church,  Albany;  mem. 
Columbia  IJniversity,  New  York  City,  Fort 
Orange  and  University  Clubs,  Albany.  P.  0. 
Box  iS,  Capitol,  and  80  Lancaster  St.,  Albany, 
N.  Y. 

John  Browne, 

(1264  Lexington  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Melville  H.  Cane, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  03;  Kings  Crown;  Barnard 
Literary  Association;  Deutscher  Verein;  Morn- 
ing Glories;  editor-in-chief  Columbia  Literary 
Monthly,  98-00;  editor  Spectator,  00;  Colum- 
bian; president  Kings  Crown,  99-00;  class  his- 
torian, 96-00;  class  day  historian,  00;  co-author 
'Varsity  show,  "The  Governor's  Vrown,"  00; 
Lawyer;  president  class  00;  since  05  chairman 
10  decennial  committee;  member  of  committee 
to  form  Columbia  University  Club;  committee 
admissions  do.  first  year;  member  Association 
of  the  Bar  and  New  York  County  Lawyers' 
Association;  Westport  (Conn.)  Country  Club. 
31  Liberty  and  S36  W.  113th  Sts.,  New  York 
City. 

George  de  Grasse  Catlin, 

Schofield  Barracks,  Honolulu,  P.  1.  and  Union 
Club,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Howard  Childs, 

135  B'way.  and  237  Lexington  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harrison  Clark,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  01;  LL.  B.,  02;  Sigma  Chi] 
Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  University  Club  and 
Bar  Assn.  of  N.  Y.  C.  is  William  St.,  N.  Y. 
C,  and  Bronxville,   N.  Y. 

Wiliam  Irving  Clark,  Jr., 

M.  D.,  04.     (S3  West  St.,  Worcester,  Mass.) 

.Philip  Coan, 

A.  B.,  00;  Philolexian;  Cercle  Francais;  edito- 
rial writer,  iso  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  84 
Elm  St.,  Montclair,  N.  J. 

Frederic  Huntington  Coerr, 

A.  B.,  00;  M.  D.,  04;  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon; 
class  football  team;  on  list  honor  men  at  gradu- 
ation ;  Surgeon ;  assistant  surgeon  Bellevue  and 
Allied  Hospitals  (Fordham  Hospital);  instruc- 
tor in  surgery,  FoVdham  University;  member 
University  Club;  Fellow  American  College  ot 
Surgeons.  24  E.  48th  and  7s  E.  8ist  Sts,, 
New  York  City. 


19001 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


183 


Roy 


Rudolph  I.  Coffee, 

A.  B.,  00 ;  Fhilolexian  Debating  Soc:  final 
honors  in  Phil.;  Natl.  Dir.  Social  Service 
Dept.,  I.  O.  B'nai  B'rith;  rabbi  Pittsburgh, 
Pa.,  o6-i5.  1228  Tribune  BIdg.  and  Hamilton 
Club,  Chicago,  111. 

Alfred  Einstein  Cohn, 

A.  B.,  oo;  M.  D.,  04;  Kings  Crown;  soph, 
honors  German;  jun.  honors  classics;  Physi- 
cian;  assoc.  mem.  Rockefeller  Inst.  Med.  Re- 
search. E.  66th  St.  and  Ave.  A.  and  3i5 
Central  Park  W.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Michael  Marks  Davis,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  00;  Ph.  D.,  06;  fellow  sociology,  02-04;, 
dir.  Boston^  Dispensary;  Author;  mem.  Boston 
City  Club.  25  Bennett  St.,  Boston,  and  58 
Shephard  St.,  Cambridge,  Mass. 

Raymond  Dawson, 

Theta  Delta  Chi;  Bicycle  team,  several  inter- 
collegiate championships;  Lawyer.  1  Exchange 
PI.,  Jersey  City  and  Lathrop  Aves.,  Boonton, 
N.  J. 

William  Churchill  de  Mille, 

(357  W.  118th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Sidney  H.  Dixon,  Rev., 

A.  Bi,  00;  A.  M.,  02;  B.  D.,  07,  Berkeley 
Divinity  Sch.,  Middletow'n,  Conn.;  Clergyman. 
Whitehead  Ave.,  South  River,  N.  J. 

William  Henry  Dixon, 
(29  w.  49th  St.,  N.  Y.  c.) 

Farrel  Duffield,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  00;  B.D.,  09,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.;  Cler- 
gyman; chaplain  Church  Institute  for  Seamen, 
03^04;  vicar  St.  Paul's  Chapel,  College  Point, 
N.  Y.,  04-07;  chapln.  Cathedral  Schools,  Gar- 
den City,  N.  Y.,  07-10;  Archdeacon  of  Queens 
and  Nassau  Co.  and  Canon  of  Cathedral  of  the 
Incarnation,  Garden  City,  N.  Y.,  since  10;  sec. 
of  the  Provincial  Synod  of  N.  Y.  and  N.  J. 
since  14.  170  Remsen  St.,  Brooklyn,  and  84 
6th  St.  Garden  City,  L.  I.,  N.  'Y. 

David  O.  Dunbar, 

A.  B.,  00;  B.  S.,  99,  Cornell;  LL.  B.,'  03, 
■Northwestern,  Univ.  Law  Sch.;  Lawyer;  lect. 
Northwestern  Univ.  Law  Sch.;  mem.  Hamilton 
and  Wheaton  Golf  Clubs.  233.  S.  La  Salle  St., 
Chicago,  111.,  and  427  N.  Main  St.,  Wheaton, 
Illinois. 

Roger  Durham, 

A.  B.,  00;  M.  D.,  03;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Phys.; 
Pres.  Bkln.  Surg.  Soc,  15-16;  Sec.  do.,  12-15; 
mem.  Col.  Club.     322  Park  PI.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

James  A.  Edwards, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  02;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Soc. 
of  Nacoms;  Lawyer;  mem.  Univ.;  Squadron 
A.,  Columbia  Univ. ;  Morris  Co.  Golf  Clubs.  32 
Liberty  and  155  W.  58th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

[Wilbur]  Bruce  Elmore, 

M.  D.,  03.     (1011  Cobb  Bldg.,  Seattle,  Wash.) 

Addison  Ely,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  97;  LL.  B.,  00;  Univ.  of  Mich.;  Barnard 
Lit.  Soc;  Lawyer.  Union  Hall  and  45  E. 
Pierrepont  Ave.,  Rutherford,  N.  J. 

John  Erskine, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  02;  Ph.  D.,  03;  Delta  Upsilon; 
Composer  'Varsity  Show,  00;  Editor  "The  Morn- 
ingside" ;  Class  Poet;    Junior  Honors,  Rhetoric 


and  Literature;  winner  Century  Magazine  prize 
for  poem  Actaeon,  01;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Teacher; 
Assoc.  Professor  of  English,  Columbia  Uni- 
versity; member  Columbia  University  and 
Authors  Clubs;  Authors  League;  Alumni  Colum- 
bia College  and  Modern  Languages  Associa- 
tions.  Columbia  University,  609  W.  115th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Joseph  Diehl  Fackenthal, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  02;  Polit.  Sci.;  LL.  B.,  03; 
Pres.  Barnard  Lit.,  Soc;  Yew'  Tree  Orator; 
Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  Uniy.  (^lub.  165. 
Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  71  Brooklyn  Ave.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y. 

James  J.  Finnigan, 

A.  B.,  00;  Societe  Francaise;  Deutscher  Verein; 
Soph.  Honors,  German  Languages;  Junior 
Honors,  Romance  Languages;  Senior  Honors, 
Romance  Languages;  Highest  General  Honors; 
Teacher,  Richmond  Hill  High  School,  Richmond 
Hill,  N.  Y.  and  256  Greenway  South,  Forest 
Hills,  N.  Y. 

William  Mead  Lindsley  Fiske,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  00;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  partner  Wm. 
A.  Brad  &  Co.;  mem.^ Chicago  Univ.,  Midday, 
Convention  and  India  Hill  Clubs;  Consul  for 
Peru.    ■234  S.  La  Salle  St.,  Chicago,  111. 

Melville  J.  France, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  02J  New  York  Law  School; 
Philolexian;  United  States  Attorney  Eastern 
District  of  New  York;  ex-assistant  corporation 
counsel ,  City  « of  New  York; -member  Brooklyn 
and  _  New  York  State  Bar  Associations;  Uni- 
versity and  Lawyers'  Clubs  of  Brooklyn;  Cres- 
cent Athletic  Club.  Federal  Bldg.  and  1714 
E.   14th  St.,  Brooklyn,  N.   Y. 

Goelet  Gallatin, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  08;  A.  M.,  09;  Deputy 
Atty.  Genl.  N.  Y.  State,  10.  (60  Wall  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Philip  Parkhurst  Gardiner, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  02,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.  (Dobbs 
Ferry,  N.  Y) 


H.  Starr  Giddings, 


A.  B.,  00;  A.  M..  02;  LL.  B.,  03;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Senior  Soc,  Nacoms;  ed.  in  00  Colum- 
bian; pres.  senior  class;  Lawyer;  mem.  Colum- 
bia University,  City,  Reform  and  Seaview  Golf 
Clubs.  49  Wall  St.  and  303  W.  104th  St., 
N.   Y.    C. 

John  Wesley  Gould, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  03.  (246  Fourteenth  St., 
Bkln.,    N.    Y.) 

Pierrepont  Edwards  Grannis, 

A.  B.,  00;  Psi  Upsilon;  Stock  Broker.  1  Wall 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  S.  Orange,  N.  J. 

William  K.  Gregory, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M^  OS;  Ph.  D.,  10;  Delta 
Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Dyckman  Travelling 
Scholarship,  98;  associate  in  Palaeontology, 
American  Museum  of  Natural  History,  and  in 
Zoology,  Columbia  University;  secretary,  sec- 
tion of  Biologa^,  New  York  Academy  of 
Sciences;  member  New  York  Academy  of  Sci- 
ences and  the  Falaeontological  Society.  Ameri- 
can Museum  of  Natural  History,  W.  77th  St., 
and  54  W.  82d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Syndor  Harrison, 

(Charleston,  W.  Va.) 


184 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1900 


Everett  M.  Hawks, 

A.  B.,  00;  M.  D.,  03;  Physician,  Obstetrics 
and  Gynaecolpgy;  junior  surgeon  Worhan's 
Hospital;  Deputy  Surgeon  in  Gynaecology 
in  Out  Patient  Department  New  York  Hospital  | 
hiember  American  Medical,  Bellevue  Alumnt 
and  Woman's  Hospital  Alumni  Associations. 
153  W.  95th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harwood  Hoadley, 

A.  B.,  00;  Ph.  D.,  09;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Teacher.  Jamaica  High  School,  Jamaica, 
N.  Y..  and  115  W.  12th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Irving  M.  Hoffman, 

A.  B.,  00;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Advertising;  mem. 
Advertising  Club  of  N.  Y.  373,  4th  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C,  and  168  Elm  Ave.,  Mt.  Vernon, 
N.  Y. 

Joseph  Parkhurst  Howe, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  02.  (Cortland  Ave.,  Stam- 
ford, Conn.) 

Robert  Chipman  Hull,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  00;  B.  D.,  03,  Rochester  Theol.  Sem.; 
Delta  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Barnard  Lit. 
Soc. ;  mem.  'Varsity  debating  team  vs.  Cor- 
nell, 00;  final  honors  in  Philosophy,  00;  pres. 
Mausoleum  Construction  Co. ;  onem.  the  Clergy 
Club.  200,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  152  Beek- 
man  Rd.,  Summit,  N.  J. 

Peter  Irving, 

A  B.,  00;  M.  D.,  03;  Sigma  Chi;  Physician; 
attending  physician  Roosevelt  (Out  Patient 
Department)  and  Seton  Hospitals;  member 
American  Medical  Association,  New  York 
County  Medical,  Roosevelt  Hospital  Alumni 
Association,  Academy  of  Medicine  and  Quiz 
Medical  Society.  116  E.  58th  St.  and  507  W. 
112th    St..   N.    Y.    C. 

John  Barent  Johnson, 

A.  B.,  00;  B.  S.  (E.  E.),  02,  Univ.  Colo.; 
Zeta  Psi;  Farmer.     Littleton,  Colo. 

Frederick  V.  Jones, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  02;  rowed  No.  4  on  fresh, 
man  crew,  91;  No.  4  on  'Varsity  crew,  98; 
House  Furnishings  and  Hardware.  902-904, 
6th  Ave.  and  53  W.  Slst  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold'  Kellock, 

A.  B,,  00;  Kings  Crown;  the  Morning  Glories; 
ed. -in-chief  Spectator :  managing  ed.  Morning- 
side;  ed.  1900  Columbian;  Writer;  mgr.  North- 
western News  Bur.,  06;  mem.  Players'  and  Co- 
lumbia University  Clubs.  9  Station  So.,  Forest 
Hills,  N.  Y. 

David  Frederick  Kelly, 

.  A.  B.,  00;  M.  D.,  92,  N.  Y.  Univ.;  1st  pi.  in 
Mathematical  honor  exam.  Math,  sizes.  Trin- 
ity Coll.,  Dublin,  Ireland;  Teacher  Mathematics; 
med.  insp.  N.  Y.  Dept.  Health.  215  E.  :38th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Cullen  Bryant  Kemp 

(See  L.,  96.) 

Frank  Kidde, 

A.  B.,  00;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Deutscher  Verein; 
secretary  Philolexian  Society  for  two  years, 
and  several  times  member  debating  teams; 
Foreign  Trade;  secretary  Monmouth  Chemical 
Company;  treasurer  Livierato-Kidde  Company; 
Governor  Montclair  Athletic  Club;  member 
India  House,  Montclair,  Montclair  Athletic 
and  Columbia  University  Clubs.  106  Wall 
.St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  80  Elm  St.,  Montclair,  N.  J. 


James  R.  Knapp, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  03;  Alpha  Delta  Phi; 
'Varsity  football  team,  99;  ed.-in-chief  The 
Morningside,  99;  Lawyer;  mem.  Union  League, 
Alpha  Delta  Phi,  Columbia,  Andiron  Clubs  and 
Squad.  A.  Post  Office  Bldg.  and  44  W.  44th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Loyal  Leale, 

LL.  B.,  02.     (604  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Leo  Lesinsky, 

LL.   B.,  03. 

Oscar  Lowenstein, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  02;  LL.  B.,  03;  Lawyer.  31 
Liberty  and  318  W.   71st   Sts.,   N.   Y.  C. 

Ralph  Emerson  Lum, 

A.  B.,  oo;  Phi  Kappa  Psi.  786  Broad  St., 
Newark,  and  Chandler  Road,  Chatham,  N.  J. 

James  John  McKenna,  Jr., 

(Gloucester,  N.  J.) 

F.  R.  McMurry, 

A.  B.,  00;  eng.  dept.  Western  Electric  Co.  463 
West  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Westwood,  N.  J. 

Joseph  Wild  Mackay,* 

d.   igii. 

William  Edward  Marble, 

880  B'way.  N.  Y.  C.  and  Greenwich,  Conn. 

Arthur  Youle  Meeker, 

A.  B.,  00;  Pres.  student  Y.  M.  C.  A.,  99-00; 
Genl.  honors  in  Sen.  Yr.;  Sec.  Alberene  Stone 
Co.,  N.  Y. ;  life  mem.  Col.  Coll.  Alumni  Assn.; 
mem.  Republican  Club  (N.  Y.),  Upper'  Mont- 
clair Country  Club  (Montclair)  and  Commonr 
wealth  Club  Upper  Montclair.  223  E.  23d  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  23  Northview  Ave.,  Upper  Mont- 
clair, N.  J. 

Albert  Joseph  Mehler, 

(601  W.  115th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Samuel  Erasmus  Moffett,* 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  01;  Ph.  D.,  07.    d.  1908. 

Underbill  Moore, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  01;  LL.  B.,  02;  Sigma  Chi; 
prof,  law  Univ.  Chicago  Law  Sch.;  mem. 
University  Chicago,  Quadrangle  "  and  City 
Clubs  (Chicago).  University  Chicago  Law 
School  and  5730  Woodlawn  Ave.,  Chicago,  111. 

William  Millerd  Morgan, 

Columbia  Trust  Co.,  60  B'way  and  267  W. 
79th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Muirhead, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  01;  general  honors;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  prof.  (English  language  and  literature); 
mem.  University  and  Country  Clubs.  Hobart 
College,  Geneva,  N.  Y. 

Giffard  Arthur  Nelson,* 

d.  1909. 

Abraham  Eliiah  Neugroschl, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  N.  Y.  Univ.,  02.  (1228  Clay 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Leo  D.  Newborg, 

A.  B.,  00;  Stock  Broker;  mem.  Fairview  an4 
Inwood  Country  Clubs.  25  Broad  and  30  W. 
95th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


1900-01] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


185 


Mark  Wilber  Norman, 

A.  B.,  00 ;  honors  in  football  and  handball; 
Lawyer;  mem.  School  Bd.  (Darien).  299 
Broadway,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Darien,  Conn. 

Thomas  Edward  O'Brien, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  02;  LL.  B.,  03.  (32  Nassau 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.)        . 

Charles  Jones  Ogden, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  03;  LL.  B.,  03;  Ph.  D.,  09; 
Barnard  Literary  Society;  -Phi -Beta  Kappa; 
Author;  member  Columbia  University  Olub; 
American  Philological  Association  and  Ameri- 
can Oriental  Society.  628  W.  114th  St.,  New 
York  City. 

Gordon  Parker, 

A.  B.,  00;  M.  F.,  u.  Harvard;  Forest  Super- 
visor, Montezuma  National  Fores't.  Mancos, 
Col. 

Frederic  M.  P.  Pearse, 

738  Broad  St.,   Newark  and  Metuchen,   N.  J. 

David  H.  Pollard, 

A.  B.,  00;  Instr.  Mathematics  Harstrom  Sch.; 
sec.  Norwalk  Club;  jun.  warden  parish  St. 
Paul's  Ch.,  Norwalk;  mem.  Norwalk  Club.  5 
Camp  St.,  Norwalk,  Conn. 

George  Payn  Quackenbos, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  01.  (331  W.  28th  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Wassell  Randolph, 

Randolph  Bldg.,  and  1210  Peabody  Ave.,  Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 

Edward  Holman  Raymond,  Jr.,  . 

A.  B.,  00;  D.  D.  S.,  03,  N.  Y.  Coll.  Dent.; 
Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Dentist;  mem.  Alpha  Delta 
Phi  and  Columbia  University  Clubs.  542,  5th 
Ave.  and  380  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  Henry  Rich, 

Care  M.  Rich  &  Bros.   Co.,  Atlanta,   Ga. 

William  Walter  Rose, 

Asst.  Med.  Dir.  Traveler's  Ins.  Co.  41 
Woodrow  St.,  West  Hartford,  COnn. 

Harry  Hull  St.  Clair, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  03;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  Bar- 
nard Literary  Association;  Labourdonnais 
Chess  Club;  the  Morning  Glories;  Columbia 
Board,  00;  sophomore  honors  in  romance  lan- 
guages;^ highest  general  honors  on  completion 
of  senior  year;  treasurer  of  United  Verde 
Copper  Company.  20  Exchange  Place  and  138 
W.  i22d  St.,  New  York  City. 

Algernon  Sydney  Schafer, 

(52  W.  46th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Alexander  G.  Smith, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  02;  J.  D.,  16,  N.  Y.  Univ.; 
Phi  Alpha  Delta;  Teacher.  462  Jefferson  Ave., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Theodosius  F.  Stevens, 

280  Madison  Ave.,  and  112  W.  44th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Charles  William  Stoddart, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  01;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Kings  Crown;  ginl.  honors;  prof.  agr. 
chem..  Pa.  State  Coll.;  mem.  University,  State 
College,  Beta  Theta  Pi,  N.  Y.  C.  Clubs.  Room 
213,  Agricultural  Bldg.,  and  253  Pugh  St., 
State  College,  Pa. 


Simeon  Strunsky, 

A.  B.,  00;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Editorial  Writer; 
AT.  Y.  Evening  Post;  Author;  mem.  Authors' 
club.    20  Vesey  and  416,  122d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Louis  Clark  Tinker, 

(39  Whittier  St.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.) 

Wallis  Smythe  Turner, 

A.  B.,  00;  Phi  Upsilon;  Broker;  Charles  W. 
Turner  &  Co.  42  Broadway  and  634  West  End 
Ave.,  New  York  City. 

Edwin  J.  Walter, 

A.  B.,  00;  Merchant.  31  Union  Sq.  W.  and 
ij6  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Sylvester  L.  H.  Ward, 

A.  B.,  00;  LL.  B.,  02;  Lawyer.  40  Wall  St., 
N.  Y.  C,  and  Larchmont,  N.  Y. 

Mayer  Joseph  Weinstein, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  02;  LL.  B.,  02;  Lawyer.  35 
Nassau  St.  and  94s  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas  Shirley  Whittaker, 

A.  B.,  00;  Psi  Upsilon;  Publisher.  354,  4th 
Ave.  and  323  W.  83d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Nelson  Williams, 

M.  D.,  03.     (Bedford,  N.  Y.) 

Charles  Whitehead  Woodson, 

A.  B.j  00;  M.  D.,  04;  Physician.  105  W. 
Council  and  317  N.  Fulton  Sts.,  Salisbury, 
N.  C. 

Moritz  Wormser, 

A.  B.,  00;  A.  M.,  03;  C.  E.,  03;  A.  B.,  00, 
Colorado  College;  Tau  Beta  Pi;  American 
Numismatic  Society;  Commercial  Banker;  sec- 
retary and  treasurer  New  York  Numismatic 
Club;  member  Tau  Beta  Pi  and'  Woodmere 
Clubs.  95  Fifth  Ave,  New  York  City,  and 
Wyckoff  Place,  Woodmere,  Long  Island,  New 
York. 

Martin  Wortman, 

A.  B.,  00;  Furniture  Retail.  260  W.  Thirty- 
sixth  St..  and  1356  Madison  Ave.,  New  York 
City. 

1901 

David  Arhistrong, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  07;  Phi  Kappa  Sigma;  base- 
ball, 00-01-05-06;  football,  .04-05;  basketball,  07, 
and  hockey  team,  05-07;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Lawyer;  Councilman-at-large,  10-11;  mem.  Co- 
lumbia University  Club  and  Union  County  Bar 
Assn.  Irving  St.  and  400  St.  George's  Ave., 
Rahway,  N.  J. 

Edward  Wood  Baker, 

A.  B.,  o:;  D.  D.  S.,  04,  Univ.  Pa.;  Psi  Omega; 
Dentist.     119  W.  121st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Maurice  Edward  Bandler, 

Coll.  Phys.  and  Surg.;  Importer;  mem.  Criter- 
ion, Citv  Athletic,  Hollywood  Golf  and  Fair- 
view  Golf  Clubs.  220,  Sth  Ave.,  and  150  W. 
79th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stephen  Barker, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03,  New  York  Law  School; 
Psi  Upsilon;  track  team;. Lawyer;  member  Co- 
lumbia University  and  Psi  Upsilon  Clubs.  62 
Cedar  St.,  New  York  City,  and  Short  Hills, 
N.  J. 


186 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1901 


William  Aitken  Bensel, 

(44  Morngingside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

August  Abraham  Boehm* 
William  H.  Boese, 

A.  B.,  01 :  M.  D.,  04;  Physician;  general  prac- 
tice Lebanon  Hospital,  04-06;  assistant  attend- 
ing pathologist,  Lebanon  Hospital,  11-14;  do.. 
Riverside  Hospital,  14-16;  attending  physician. 
Riverside  Hospital,  16;  instructor  in  medicine, 
New  York  University  and  Bellevue  Medical 
College  (New  York  City),  1913  to  date;  mem- 
ber New  York  County  and  State  Medical 
Societies,  American  Medical  Association  and 
Washington  Heights  Medical  Society.  531  W. 
143d  St.,  New  York  City. 

Victor  Fitch  Mount  Bonsall, 
A.  M.,  02. 

Elliott  Williams  Boone,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  01;  B.  D.,  04,  Epis.  Theol.  Sch.,  Cam- 
bridge, Mass.;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc. ;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Clergyman;  Missionary  in  St.  John's 
Mission.     Williams,  Ariz.,  and  Redding,  Conn. 

Lewis  F.  Bowdish, 

(714  E.  35th  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Samuel  Winter  Bowne, 

(Water  Witch,   N.  J.) 

Farrand  Dodd  Brower, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  07.    (149  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Alex.  McD.  Brown, 

Theta  Delta  Psi;  'Varsity  ball  team;  Freshman 
ball  team;  Broker;  mem.  Blaine,  Strollers'  and 
University  Clubs.  319  First  Natl.  Bank  Bldg. 
and  Anburndale  Apt.,  Cincinnati,  Ohio. 

Squire  Fred  Browne, 

(6038  Kingsbury  PI.,  St.  Louis,  Mo.) 

Edward  Bright  Bruce, 

LL.    B.,    04.       (Manila,   P.    I.) 

Herbert  Washington   Brueninghau- 
sen, 

(Keyport,    N.   J.) 

William  Paul  Buchler, 

(60  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Joseph  S.  Buhler, 

A.  B,,  01;  LL.  B.,  05;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  pres. 
senior  class,  01;  Musical  Soc.  and  Players'; 
chrmn.  of  Exec.  Com.  of  Players;  mgr.  cycle 
team;  chrmn.  of  Student  Bd.  of  Representa- 
tives, 01;  Philolexian  Soc;  in  cast  of  five 
'Varsity  shows;  Press  Club;  Southern  Soc; 
Lawyer;  mem.  Lotos,  Lambs'  and  Phi  Delta 
Theta  Clubs;  Southern  Soc;  Woodberry  Soc. 
140    Nassau   and    25    W.    44th    Sts.,   N.    Y.    C. 

H[enry]  Duncan  Bulkley, 

A.  B.,  01;  Broker.  1  Wall  St.  and  9  E.  10th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  Field  Burrows, 

A.  B.,  01;  M.  D.,  04;  Zeta  Psi  (Rutgers'); 
Rutgers  'Varsity,  99;  practice  medicine;  (Rectal 
Specialist);  Alumni  N.  Y.  Hosp. ;  Practologist, 
Red  Cross  Hosp.;  asst.  surg,  Polyclinic  Hosp., 
mem.  N.  Y.  Acad.  Med.;  American  Med.  Assn.; 
New  York  Athl. ;  Scarsdale  Golf  and  'Country 
Clubs.  17  E.  38th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Bronx- 
viile,   N.   Y. 


Armour  Caldwell, 

A.  B.,,02;  A.  M.,  07,  Harvard;  King's  Crown; 
Barnard  Soc;  genl."  honors  and  honors  in 
English,  jun.  yr.;  highest  genl.  and  final  honors 
in  English,  sr.  yr.;  Univ.  Scholar  at  Harvard; 
appointed  an  hon.  fellow  at  Yale;  ed.  of  the 
American  Leader;  asst.  in  English  at  Colum- 
bia Univ.,  03-05;  Teacher,  do.  05-06;  asst. 
prof,  of  English,  Tulane'  Univ.,  07-08;  instr. 
in  English  in  Union  Theol.  Sem.,  08-10;  reader, 
in  English  Coll.  Entrance  Exam.  Bd.,  04-06; 
educ.  mgr.  for  E.  P.  Dutton  &  Co.,  10-12. 
,917  Woolworth  Bldg.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  129 
Orange  Rd.,  Montclair,  N.  J. 

Michael  H.  Cardozo,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  04;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Law- 
yer. 128  Broadway  and  143  W.  74th  St., 
,N.   Y.   C. 

Raymond  Chamberlain, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  02;  Ph.  B.,  00,  111.  Wesleyan 
Univ.;  Teach.  Physics,  De  Witt  Clinton  H.  S. 
59th  St.  and  10th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  316 
Knickerbocker    Ave.,    Paterson,    N.    J. 

Victor  Ernest  de  Beaumont, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  04;  Prof.  Univ.  Toronto. 
(Univ.    of  Toronto,  Toronto,   Can.) 

Frederick  Pearce  Delgado, 

(Care  Morgan  Harjes  &  Co.,  31  Boulevard 
Haussmann,  Paris,  France.) 

Chauncey  Mitchell  Depew,  Jr., 

(27  W.   54th   St..  N.  Y.   C.) 

George  Laurence  Donnellan, 

LL.  B.,  04.      (221  W.  49th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

William  B.  Dressier, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Law- 
yer.    14  John  and  601  W.  176th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Aaron  ■  Phinius  Drucker, 

Rabbi. 

Herman  Duden  [Jr.], 

LL.  B.,  03.     (15  Park  Lane,  London  W.,  Eng.) 

Knowlton  Durham, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  02;  LL.  B.,  05;  Beta  Theta 
Pi;  Nacoms;  editor  Columbia  Literary  Month- 
ly; editor  of  the  Jester;  editor-in-chief  01  Co- 
lumbian; 01  Senior  Class  Book;  assistant 
manager  'Varsity  crew,  00;  vice-president  senior 
class;  senior  class  day  poet;  Lawyer;  member 
squadron  A,  National  Guard,  New  York;  M.  G. 
troop,  12  to  date;  president  Chelsea  Neighbor- 
hood Association  since  12;  member  Committee 
on  Practice  in  Supreme  Court  of  New,  York 
County  Lawyers'  Association;  member  Colum- 
bia University,  Beta  Theta  Pi  and  Pelham 
Country  Clubs;  Academy  of  Political  Science. 
2  Rector  St.  and  1  Gramercy  Park,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Eastmond, 

A.  B.,  01;  M.  D.,  04;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  track 
and  gym.  teams,  4  yrs. ;  capt.  gym.  team,  01; 
all-around  gym.  champ,,  01;  1st  in  strength 
test,  10;  Phys.;  Cons.  Roentgenologist  Nor- 
wegian, Kings  Co.  and  Jewish  Hosps;  lecturer 
Roentgenology  L.  J.  Coll.  Hosp.  92  Gates 
Ave.  and  190  Argyle  Rd.,.Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Elisha  Jay  Edwards,  Jr., 

(Maher    Ave.,    Greenwich,    Conn.) 


1901] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


187 


Kenneth  Benbow  Elliman, 

A.  B.,  01;  also  secondary  diploma,  Teachers' 
Coll.,  01 ;  jun.  genl.  honors;  writer  and  Chris- 
tian Science  Practitioner.  38  St.  Botolph  St., 
Boston,  Mass. 

Aden  Alnerian  English 
Paul  Allen  English 
Arthur  Ogden  Ernst, 

LL.  B.,  04.      (170  Broadway.  N.   Y.   C.) 

Joseph  Henry  Esser, 

LL.  B..  03.      CMt.  Vernon.  N.  Y.) 

Morgan  D.  Evans, 

Track  team;  Freshman  baseball  team;  Vice- 
Pres.  United  Gas  &  Electric  Engineering  Corp. 
61   Bway.  and  Riverdale-on-Hudson,  N.   Y.   C. 

Bruce  M.  Falconer, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  12,  N.  Y.  L.  S.;  Alpha 
Delta  Phi;  Senior  Soc.  of  Nacoms;  high 
honors  at  graduation;  fresh,  crew,  98;  stroke 
of  'Varsity  crew,  99:  No.  7  'Varsity  crew, 
00;  v.-pres.  of  fresh,  class,  97;  Lawyer;  treas. 
of  Industrial  Christian  Alliance;  Bd.  of  Mgrs. 
N.  Y.  Bible  Soc. ;  mem.  Columbia  University 
Club;  St.  Nicholas  Soc,  and  Sons  of  Revol. 
40  Wall  St.  and  701  Madison  Ave..  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Savage  Forbes, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  03;  Ph.  D.,  04;  Phi  Beta  Kap- 
pa; Philolexian;  Ins.;  sec.  Liability  Dept.  Cas- 
ualty Co.  of  America.  68  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  Haworth,  N,  J. 

Albert  Forsch, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03;  Manufacturer.  395,  4th 
Ave.  and  21  W.   85th   St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Kenyon  Foster, 

(323  W.  Ontario  St.,   Oak  Park,  111.) 

Milton  L.  Frank, 

A.  B.,  01;  Broker,  New  York  Stock  Ex- 
change; member  of  firm  Sichel  &  Frank;  active- 
ly engaged  in  Brokerage  Business;  member 
Harmonic,  Century,  Country  and  Stock  Ex- 
change Luncheon  Clubs.  10  Wall  St.  and  The 
Langdon,  56th  St.  and  Sth  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Sidney  Marsden  Fuerst, 

A.  M,.  02.      (21   E.   14th  St.,  N.   Y.   C.) 

Paul  Fuller, 

2  Rector  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Short  Hills,  N.  J. 

Gardiner  La:dd  Gilsey, 

45  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Good  Ground, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Roderick  Grant, 
James  Gray, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  03;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch., 
06.      (246,   14th   St.,   Bkln.,   N.   Y.) 

Herbert  De  Hart  Gulick, 

A.  B.,  01;  Real  Estate.  402  Madison  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Harris  Harold  Gumm, 

LL.  B.,  04.     (27  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Francis  Reboul  Halsey, 

(957  Boulevard,  Astoria,  N.  Y.  C.) 


Hans  Olaf  Hanson, 

(Bayshore  Terrace,   E.   Elmhurst,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Samuel  Asbury  Harpending, 

(604  W.   114th  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

Julian  C.  Harrison, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03;  Lawyer;  member  Co- 
lumbia University  Club.  2  Rector  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  386  Heights  Road,  Ridgewood,  N.  J. 

Marshall  Lawrence  Havey, 

A.  B.,  01;  Kappa  Alpha  (Southern  order); 
Phi  Kappa  Phi  (hon.);  Business  Mgr.  Street 
Ry.  Adv.  Co.  220  W.  42d  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
45  Woodland  Ave.,  Glen  Ridge,  N.  J. 

Charles  E.  Haydock, 

A.  B.,  oi;  Delta  Upsilon;  Banker;  Treasurer; 
mem.  Col.  Univ.  Club.;  Col.  Univ.  Alumni 
Assn.  26  Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Chappaqua, 
N.  Y. 

Walter  James  Heimann, 

A.  B.,  01;  M.  D.,  OS;  Kings  Crown;  Philo- 
lexian; Philharmonic;  Deutsche  Verein  and 
various  others;  member  editorial  staff  of  the 
Jester  and  one  of  its  founders;  member  edito- 
rial board  igoi  senior  Class  Book;  Physician; 
specialty  diseases  of  the  skin;  adjutict  derma- 
tologist to  German  Hospital;  instructor  in  der- 
matology and  cutaneous  pathologist  Cornell 
Medical  School;  attending  dermatologist  to 
Lebanon  Hospital;  formerly  attending  derma-' 
tologist  to  <5erman  Hospital  Dispensary  and 
chief  of  clinic  at  Mt.  Sinai  Dispensary;  wrote 
articles  for  various  medical  journals  on  Derma- 
tological  Subjects,  Clinical,  Bacteriological  and 
Chemical;  wrote  book  on  "Skin  Pathology;" 
secretary  of  Dermatological  Section  of  New 
York  Academy  of  Medicine;  member  American 
Dermatological  Association,  New  York  Derma- 
tological Society  Society,  Deutsche  Dermatol- 
ogische  Gesellschaft,  American  Medical  As- 
sociation, State  and  County  Medical  Societies, 
etc.     108  W.  87th  St.,  New  York 'City. 

Frederick  William  Justus  Heuser, 

A.  B,,  01;  A.  M.,  02;  asst.  prof,  in  Germanic 
languages.  Hamilton  Hall,  Columbia  Univer. 
sity,  N.  Y.  C,  and  239  S  Fifth  Ave.,  Mt, 
Vernon,  N.  Y. 

Richard  Hogan* 
John  Gillespie  Jackson, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03;  Delta  Psi;  Lawyer; 
member  Columbia  University,  Union,  St.  An- 
thony and  Oakland  Golf  Clubs,  and  the  New 
York  County  Lawyers,  New  York  State  Bar, 
New  York  City  Bar  and  American  Bar  Asso- 
ciations. Columbia  University  Law  School 
Alumni  Association.  30  Fine  St.  and  161  E. 
Seventy-ninth  St.,  New  York  City. 

Harold  Huntington  Jacocks, 

A.  B.',  01;  Banjo  Club;  broker  with  R.  C.  Beal 
&  Co.;  mem.  Horseshoe  Harbor  Yacht  Club. 
Care  R.  C.  Beal  &  Co.,  25  Broad  St.,  and  230 
Central  Park  S.,  N.  Y.  C.  . 

Bradish  Gaillard  Johnson, 

39  Cortlandt  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Islip,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

George  B.  Keeler, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  02;  LL.  B.,  03;  Barnard 
Lit.  Soc;  Lawyer;  mem.  Bkln.  Young  Men's 
Republican  Club.  375  Fulton  St.  and  359 
Stuyvesant  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 


188 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1901 


Achilles  H.  Kohn, 

A.  B.,  oi;  LL.  B.,  03;  junior  honors  in  mathe- 
matics; Lawyer;  member  Harmonie,  Sunning- 
dale  Country  and  North  Shore  Country  Clubs. 
20  Broad  St.  and  52  East  6sth  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Korn, 

A.  B:,  01;  A.  M.,  08,  Polit.  Sci.;  Ph.  D.,  14, 
N.  Y.  Univ.,  King's  Crown;  Chess  Club;  Gen- 
eral honors;  final  honors  in  comparative  litera- 
ture; Henry  Cuyler  Brenner  gold  medal  for 
excellence  in  American  literature;  Faculty  grad. 
scholarship,  N.  Y.  U. ;  Banker;  sec.  and  treas. 
Allegiance  Realty  Co.;  mem.  City  Club.  43 
Exchange  PI.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Maurice  Krickl, 

(28  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Alison  Michael  Lederer, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  03J  LL.  B.,  04. 

Karl  Kumler  Lorenz, 

A.  B.,  01;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Barnard  Literary 
Society;  class  secretary  (4);  president  Bar- 
nard Literary  Society;  associate  editor  Coltim- 
bia  Spectator;  Music  Publisher;  trustee  Daytpn 
Young  Hen's  Christian  Association;  superin- 
tendent Grace  Methodist  Episcopal  Sunday 
School.  216  W.  sth  and  390  W.  ist  Sts., 
Dayton,  Ohio. 

John  Kenny  Lynch 
James  Hrancis  McDonnell, 

(451  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Peter  Joseph  McKeon, 

A.  B.,  01;  Consulfing  Engineer.  217  Broadway 
and  31  W.  nth  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Allison  Mattice, 

A.  B.,  01 :  secondary  diploma  Teachers'  Coll., 
01;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  jr.  honors  in  English; 
asst.  Library  of  Cong.  Library  of  Congress 
and  313,  14th  St.  N.  E.,  Washington,  D.  C. 

William  Henry  Maxwell,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  01;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  business  man- 
ager Spectator;  pres.  class  (3);  'Varsity  crew; 
Banker;  rep.  London  Times  in  U.  S.  and 
Canada  (6  yrs.);  mem.  Railroad,  Republican 
and  Sleepy  Hollow  Country  Clubs.  14  Wall 
and  104  E.  40th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Simon  Meyer, 

210,  Sth  Ave.  and  604  W.  112th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Garrison  Meyer, 

Delta  Phi;  Freshman  and  'Varsity  crews;  'Vars- 
ity football ;  Real  Estate ;  trustee  Equitable  Trust 
Co.;  Dir.  Bank  of  Great  Neck,  Citizens  Water 
Supply  Co.,  Cord  Meyer  Co.,  St.  Paul  Mining 
Co.,  Western  N.  Y.  &  Pa.  Traction  Co.;  Trustee 
Est.  of  Cord  Meyer,  Lake  Charles  Rice  Milling 
Co.  and  Cord  Meyer  Development  Co.;  mem. 
Racquet  and  Tennis,  Riding  and  Driving,  N. 
Y.  Yacht,  Turf  and  Field  and  Lenox  Clubs. 
62  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Bayside,  L.  I., 
N.  Y, 

Rutherford  Birchard  Meyer, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  04;  Lawyer.  15  William 
St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  583,  nth  St.,  Brooklyn, 
N.  Y. 

Edward  Bedinger  Mitchell, 

(The  Benedick.     80  Washington  Sq.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Banton  Moore, 

1  Liberty  and  617  W.  138th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


James  Bly  Moore 
Walter  J.  Mosenthal, 

A.  B.,  01;  Insurance  Broker;  mem.  City  Club. 
1  Liberty  St.  and  44  Morningside  Drive, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Stephen  Payn  Nash,  •■ 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03;  Delta  Psi;  Lawyer; 
member  Columbia  University  and  Baltusrol 
Golf  Clubs,  Bar  Association  and  Alumni 
Society  of  Law  School  of  Columbia  University. 
63  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Parsonage  Hill  Rd., 
Millburn,  N.  J. 

David  Gould  Proctor, 

A.  B.,  01;  Delta  Upsilon;  Actor;  member 
Players'  and  Delta  Upsilon  Clubs;  Columbia 
Alumni  Association.     257  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Archie  Wheeler  Palmer, 

LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  02.  (74  N.  Arlington 
Ave.,  East  Orange,  N.  J.) 

Robert  [de]  Bruce  Pegram, 

(6  Haymarket  St.  S.  W.,  London,  Eng.) 

Robert  Insall  Raiman  (1900), 

A.  M.,  01;  univ.  scholarship  in  English;  Barnard 
Lit.  Soc;  teacher  Boys'  High  Sch.;  mem.  Bkln. 
Teachers'  Assn.;  N.  Y.  High  Sch.  Teachers' 
Assn.;  High  Sch.  Teachers  of  English  Assn.; 
New  England  Assn.  Teachers  of  English;  Appal- 
achian Mountain  and  Alpine  (Canada)  Clubs. 
Brooklyn  High  School  and  492  Madison  St., 
Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Warren  Daub  Renninger, 

A.  B.,  01 ;  Ph.  D.,  ii,  Univ.  of  Pa.;  Teacher, 
H.  S.  Broad  and  Green  Sts.  and  279  S.  s?'!! 
St.,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Paul  Henry  Ringer, 

M.  D.,  04.     (Asheville,  N.  C.) 

Alfred  Dwight  Senftner, 

LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  03.  (428  W.  154th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Sheerin, 

A.  B.,  01;  Sigma  Chi;  Clergyman;  pres.  Mass. 
Clerical  Assn.;  Mason.  St.  Matthew's  Church 
and  530  Broadway,  Boston,  Mass. 

Woolsey  A.  Shepard, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03;  Kings  Crown;  Barnard 
Literary  Society;  senior  class  day  committee; 
Lawyer;  member  Columbia  University,  Repub- 
lican, KnoUwood  Country  and  Underwriters 
Clubs.  Ill  Broadway  and  312  W.  93d  St.,- 
N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Wharton  Shoemaker, 

Sigma  Chi;  Phi  Kappa  Beta;  treas  class,  jun. 
yr. ;  Mgr.  'Varsity  track  team;  Asst.  Bus. 
Mgr.  Columbia  \S\pectator;  mem.  Junior  Ball 
Com. ;  dir.  Football  Assn. ;  Newspaper  Publisher: 
Sec.  Am.  Legation,  Lisbon,  Portugal,  04;  3o 
Sec.  Am.  Embassy  Berlin.  Germany,  04-05; 
2d  Lieut.;  12th  Regt.  N.  G.  N.  Y.,  07-08;  1st 
Lieut.,  13;  Lieut.-Col.  N.  G.  Pa.,  IS;  mem. 
Union  League,  Army  and  Navy,  National  Arts, 
Lotos,  Republican,  Riding,  Aero,  Morris  Coun- 
ty Golf,  N.  J.  Wyomissing,  Berkshire  Country, 
Reading  Pa.,  Clinton  Country,  Lock  Haven,  Pa- 
and  Fairbrook  Country,  Tyrone,  Pa.  Clute, 
Sons  of  Revolution,  Soc.  of  Am.  Wars,  N.  Y.  • 
Netherlands  Soc.  of  Phila.  1110,  12th  St., 
Altoona,  Pa.  and  71  Bway.  and  21  W.  53d  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


189 


Frederick  C.  Simons, 

Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Phi  Delta  Phi;  N.  Y.  Law 
Sch.,  00;  Trinity  Sch.,  97;  Lawyer;  Independent 
Royal  Arch  No.  2,  F.  and  A.  M.  6B  Bway., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  Great  Neck,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Herbert  P.  Small, 

A.  B.,  01 ;  A.  M.,  oi;  Philharmonic;  Freshman 
Debating  Society;  Morningside  Magazine;  sub- 
scribed to  crew,  track  team  and  athletic  asso- 
ciation; Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Letters,  Kerhonk- 
son,  N.  Y. 

J.  Boyce  Smith,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  oi;  A.  M.,  02;  LL.  B.,  04;  LL.  M.,  05; 
Theta  Delta  Chi;  M^oms;  captain  track  team, 
00-01;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Ijawyer;  member 
'  Columbia  University  Club.  120  Broadway, 
N.  Y.  C,  and  233  N.  Mountain  Ave.,  Mont- 
clair,  ».  J. 

John  William  Southack 
Walter  J.  Spiro, 

A.  B.,  01;  E.  M.,  03;  Barnard  Lit.  and  Fresh- 
man Debating  Soc;  Manufacturer.  68  E. 
131st  St.  and  320  W.  84tli  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Vernon  Champney  Stewart, 

A.  B.,  01;  M.  D.,  04;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Theta 
Nu  Epsilon;  Lacrosse,  00,  01,  02;  Physician; 
med.  examr.  Pub.  Schs.,  06-1 1 ;  chrmn.  .Woburn 
Bd.  Health,  11-14;  mem.  Towanda  and  Win- 
chester Country  Clubs.  505  Main  St.,  Woburn, 
Mass. 

Eugene  Tavenner, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  03;  Ph.  D.,  16;  Morgan 
scholar  Latin,  00-01;  dean  and  prof.  Latin, 
Middle  Tenn.  State  Normal  Sch.,  Murfrees- 
boro,  Tenn.;  sec.  Nashville  Alumni  Assn.  of 
Col.     Murfreesboro,  Tenn. 

Morgan  P.  Taylor. 

2  W.  45th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  March  Van  Cise, 

E.  M.,  03.  (699  Springfield  Ave.,  Summit, 
N.  J.) 

Egbert  Hammond  Pinneo  Ward 
Henry  Wetherhorn, 

A.  B.,  01;  Lawyer,  iij  Broadway  and  130  W. 
i42d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Hooper  White, 

(119  Franklin  St.,  Astoria,  N.  Y.  C.) 

James  Thomas  Williams,  Jr., 
Henry  M.  Wise, 

A.  B.,  01;  LL.  B.,  03;  Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia 
University  Club  and  Assn.  of  the  Bar.  40 
Exchange  PI.  and  215  W.  98th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Lorande  Loss  Woodruff, 

A.  B.,  01;  A.  M.,  02;  Ph.  D.,  05;  A.  M.,  is 
(hon.),  Yale  Coll.;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Sigma 
Xi;  prof,  biology,  Yale  Coll.;  instr.  biology, 
Williams  Coll.,  04-07;  fellow  Am.  Assn.  Adv. 
Sci.;  mem.  Am.  Physiological  Soc;  Am.  Soc. 
Naturalists;  Am.  Soc.  Zoologists;  Soc.  Experi- 
mental Biol,  and  Medicine;  Conn.  Acad.  Arts 
and  Sciences  and  Graduates'  Club,  New  Haven. 
Osborn  Zoological  Laboratory,  Yale  Univer- 
sity, and  850  Orange  St.,  New  Haven,  Conn. 


Edgar  Allan  Woolf, 

A.  B.,  01;  Playwright.  Palace  Theatre  BIdg. 
and  Hendrik  Hudson  Apts.,  6ij  W.  iioth  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

1902 

George  Chew  Atkins, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  04,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Phi 
Delta  Theta;  'Varsity  "C"  track  team;  1000 
yds.  'Varsity  record;  mgr.  Spectator,  Morning- 
side  and  Senior  Class  Book;  ed.  02  Columbian; 
James  Gordon  Bennett  prize  Economics;  Law- 
yer; asst.  first  v.-pres.  W.  U.  Tel.  Co.;  dir. 
Pittsburgh,  Shawmut  &  Northern  R.  R.  Co.; 
mem.  Bar  Assn.  City  N.  Y.;  Phi  Delta  Theta 
and  Morse  Electric  Clubs;  Columbia  Alumni 
Assn.  195  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Durand  Rd., 
Maplewood,    N.   J. 

John  Norton  Atkins, 

A.  B.  02;  grad.  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  07;  Phi 
Delta  Theta;  King's  Crown;  Deutscher  Verein; 
Clergyman  Epi&  Ch. ;  Missionary  Western 
N.  C.  Dist.  of  Asheville;  sec.  Country  Ch. 
Comm.,  Province  of  Sewanee.  P.  O.  ShuUs 
Mills,  N.  C,  and  331  Convent  Ave..  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Bancroft, 

A.  B.,  02;  B.  D.,  06,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.; 
Churchman's  Assn.;  King's  Crown;  iinal  honors. 
Philosophy;  Clergyman;  Curate,  St.  John's 
Church,  05-10,  Providence,  R.  I.  St.  John's 
Church,  Gorham  and  465  High  Sts.,  Lowell, 
Mass. 

Clarence  Whittemore  Bartow,* 

M.  D.,  05.     d.  1905. 

Richard  Humphreys  Bateson, 

Cane  Spree  Com.,  Fresh.;  Substitute  Fresh, 
crew  at  Foughkeepsie;  Arts  cldss  crew;  mem. 
jirm  Bateson  &  Dowd;  mem.  KnoUwood  Coun- 
try and  Alpha  Delta  Phi  Clubs  and  Southern 
Soc.  78  Franklin  and  307  W.  79th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Dino  Bigongiari, 

(Columbia   University.) 

Maurice   Blumlein, 

Merchant;  mem.  A.  Blumlein  &  Co.;  Ex-dir. 
Sydenham  Hosp.;  dir.  New  Review  Pub.  Assn. 
133  Water  and  2  W.  94th  Sts.,  N.  Y.   C. 

Andrew  H.  Boardman, 

60  Liberty  and  S6  W.  45th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Garden   City,   L  .1.,   N.   Y. 

Allan  B.  A.  Bradley, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  05;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Nacom  Senior  -  Soc;  Law 
Sch.  Phi  Delta  Phi;  Hamilton  Moot  Court; 
ed.-in-chief  Spectator;  mem.  'Varsity  Four 
Oared  Crew;  pres.  senior  class;  mem.  Student 
Bd.;  student  speaker  at  installation  of  Pres. 
Butler;  sec.  Columbia  Law  Review;  Lawyer; 
sec.treas.  and  dir.  estate  of  John  Castree,  Inc.; 
sec.  and  dir.  D.  R.  Bradley  &  Son;  mem.  Me- 
gantic  Fish  and  Game  Corporation;  mem.  Col- 
umbia University  Club;  Sons  of  Revolution; 
Assn.  of  Bar,  Megantic  Fish  and  Game  Corp. 
and  New  York  Zoological'  Soc.  49  Wall  St. 
and  801  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  • 

Harvey  Scott  Brown, 

(De  Lamar,  Idaho.) 

Ernest  Gunton  Budington, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  05;  Sigma  Alpha 
Epsilon;  Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  Club.  32 
Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Sound  Beach,  Conn. 


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Oscar  Bullard,* 

d.    1912. 

Ralph  W.  Carey, 

A.  B.,  02;  Advertising  Manager;  Columbia 
University  Club;  Representatives.  120  W.  32d 
St.  and  251  W.  89th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Jarvis  Pomeroy  Carter, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  05;  Alpha  Delta  Phi; 
Barnard  Literary  Association;  Temple  Moot 
Court;  Phi  Delta  Phi;  freshman  baseball  team, 
02;  substitute  'Varsity  crew,  02;  member  junior 
'Varsity  crew  in  r^ce  with  Cornell  and  Penn- 
sylvania, 02;  Lawyer;  secretary  Alumni  Assoc- 
iation Law  School,  Columbia  University;  mem- 
ber Columbia  University,  West  Side  Tennis  and 
Underwriters'  Clubs;  Association  of  Bar  of 
City  of  New  York;  New  York  State  Bar  Assoc- 
iation; American  Bar  Association;  New  York 
Country  Lawyers*  Association;  American  Po- 
litical Science  Association  and  Academy  of  Po- 
litical Science.  32  Liberty  St.  and  1134  Madi- 
son Ave.,   N.  Y.   C. 

Arthur  E.  Cherouny, 

Theta  Delta  Chi;  Printing  and  Publishing. 
17  Vandewater  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  1540,  48th 
St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Franklin  M.  Clark, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  05;  Lawyer;  mem.  Univer- 
sity Glee  Club  of  N.  Y.  C;  Ivanhoe  Lodge  F. 
&  A.  M.  and  Laymen's  Club  of  Cathedral  St. 
John  the  Divine.  32  Liberty  St.  and  509  W. 
124th  St.,  N.  Y.   C. 

Edward  Martin  Colie,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  05;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Senior 
Society  of  Nacoms;  assistant  manager  track 
team,  and  Musical  Society  show;  Physician 
and  Surgeon;  Obstetrics  and  Gynaecology;  at- 
tending obstetrician,  New  York  Nursery  and 
Child's  Hospital,  O.  P.  D.;  adjunct,  attending 
physician,  Seaside  Hospital,  St.  John's  Guild; 
secretary  Society  of  Alumni  Sloane  Hospital 
for  Women;  member  Alpha  Delta  Phi  Club. 
265   W.   81st   St..   N.   Y.   C. 

William  Major  Collins, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  05,  New  York  Homeopathic 
Medical  College;  Delta  Upsilon;  Lacrosse  and 
basket  ball  teams;  Physician;  president  Collins 
,  &  Aikman  Company,  Manufacturers  Flush; 
member  New  York  Homeopathic  Medical  and 
Pathological  Societies.  135,  5th  Ave.,  and 
2508  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Harry  G.  Cowen, 


A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  05;  King's  Crown;  honors 
in  Comparative  Literature;  Business,  N. 
Cowen's  Son,  Window  Glass;  member  Alumni 
Association  and  City  Athletic  Club.  14 
_Wooster   St.   and   850   Park  Ave.,  N.   Y.   C. 

Charles  Anderson  Dana, 

A.    B.,    02;    A.    M.,    04;    Psi   Upsilon;    Lawyer. 
61  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Henry.  Danton, 

Ph.   D.,  07;   Prof.  Butler  Coll.     (Butler  Coll., 
Indianai^olis,  Ind.) 

Sidney  Gilder  de  Kay, 

322  Hudson  and  50  W.  9th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Erederick  Henry  Duden, 

Met.    E.,    06.       (P.    O.    Box    48,    Bronxville, 
N.   Y.) 


Raoul  Geer  Dufourcq, 

82  Beaver  and  62  W.  84th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Joseph  Eli  Eron, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  03;  Educator.  183-7  E. 
Bway.,  N.   Y.  C. 

Kenneth  Crane  Faile, 

(S3  W.  49th  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

Clinton  Earle  Fisk, 

A.  B..  02;  LL.  'B..  04.  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Phi 
Alpha  Theta;  fresh,  crew.  02;  Lawyei";  mem. 
N.  J.  House  Assembly,  14.  15-  Exchange  PI., 
Jersey   City,   N.   J. 

John  Knowles  Fitch, 

(77  Lafayette  Ave..  Passaic,  N.  J.) 

Harold  Edward  Ford,  Rev., 

(21  E.  Haverhill  St.,  Lawrence,  Mass.) 

L,eon  N.  Futter, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  04,  N.  Y.  Law,  Sch.;  Bar- 
nard Lit.  Soc;  Lawyer;  asst.  corp.  counsel, 
N.    Y.    C.      Municipal    Bldg.,    N.    Y.    C,   and 

547,    4th    St..    Bkln.,    N.    Y. 

John  C.  A.  Gerster, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  05;  Zeta  Psi;  freshman 
Cane  Spree;  Surgeon;  adj.  surg.  Mt.  Sinai 
Hosp^;  asst.  surg.  Knickerbocker  Hosp. ;  mem. 
Columbia  University  Club.  34  E.  75th  St., 
N.   Y.   C. 

Walter  Lester  Glenney, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  04;  LL.  B.,  04;  genl.  acad- 
emic honors,  99-00;  Alumni  competitive 
scholarship,  98;  golf  championship  of  Univ.. 
01;  'Varsity  Golf  team.  00-03;  asst.  mgr. 
Morningside  Literary  Magazine,  00-01;  Law- 
yer; mem.  Plainfield  Country  Club.  25  Liberty 
St..  N.  Y.  C.  and  217-  E.  7th  St.  Plainfield, 
N.  J. 

John  William  Goff,  Jr., 

(Hall  of  Records,  N.  Y.  C.) 

A.  A.  Goldenweiser, 

A.  B..  02;  A.  M.,  04;  Ph.  D..  10;  Instructor; 
Anthropology  (Columbia  University);  Tote- 
mism,  an  Analytical  Study  (.Journal  of  Am. 
Folk  Lore,  1910);  contributor  scientific  articles 
American  Anthropologist  and  other  periodicals; 
member  Harvard  Alumni  and  Columbia 
Alumni  Associations;  American  Anthropologi- 
cal Association;  American  Ethnological;  Li- 
beral Club.  Columbia  University  and  550 
Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frank  V.  Goodman, 

Coll.  (3  yrs.);  Theta  Delta  Chi;  Nacom  Soc; 
v.-p.  Soph,  class;  Decennial  Committee;  Base- 
ball, Football,  Basketball,  'Varsity  Teams; 
Salesman,  Marbleloid  Co.  47  W.  34th  St.,  and 
315  E.  175th  St.,  tN.  Y.  C. 

Warner  Foote  Gookin, 

A.  B.,  02;  B.  D.,  05,  Epis.  Theol.  Sch.; 
Clergy.;  asst.  prof.  New  Testament,  Epis. 
Theol;  Sch.,  Cambridge,  Mass.;  mem.  Phi 
Gamma  Delta  Club  of  New  York.  6  Phillips 
PI.,  Cambridge,  MaSs. 

George  C.  O.  Haas, 

A.  B.,  OJ;  A.  M.,  03;  Ph.  D.,  09;  Deutscher 
Verein;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Teacher.  C.  C.  N.  Y.; 
mem.  Assn.  Alumni  Columbia  Coll..  and  Ameri- 
can Oriental  Soc.  (Record.  Sec,  11).  Coll. 
City  N.  Y.  and  518  W.  140th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


191 


Jules  Victor  Haberman, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  OS;  Doctoral,  08,  Berlin; 
Kings  Crown ;  Physician  (neurologist) ;  in- . 
structor  clinical  psychology  and  psychotherapy. 
College  Physicians  and  Surgeons;  attending 
physician  Psychotherapy  Room,  Vanderbilt 
Clinic,  New  York;,  member  Academy  of  Medi- 
cine, American  Psychological,  Am.  Medico-Psy- 
chological Associations  and  Neurological  Assn. 
of  New  York.     60  W.  85th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Van  Wyck  Halsey, 

(957  Boulevard,  Astoria,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Kenneth  B.  Halstead, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  04;  Lawyer.  71  Broadway, 
N.  Y.  C,  and  694-A  Eastern  Parkway,  Brook- 
lyn, I>.  Y. 

James  Harper, 

A.  B.,  02,  Columbia  University  Philharmonic 
Soc;  Church  Club;  with  Tiffany  &  Co.;  mem 
ber  Columbia  University  and  Church  Clubs. 
5th  Ave.,  and  37th  St.,  and  312  W.  99th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Samuel  Harris, 

A.  B.,  02;  B.  S.  in  Ch.  E.,  07,  Univ.  Pa.:  sales 
cng.  A.  S.  Cameron  Steam  Pump  Works.     11 
^    Broadway,   N.  Y.   C,   and  277  Main   St.,   East 
Orange,  N.  J. 

Arthur  Garfield  Hays, 

A.'  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  05;  Barnard 
Literary  Association;  Kings  Crown;  honors  in 
philosophy;  lacrosse  team  (4  years) ;  'Varsity 
debating  team  (4  years) ;  Law  Review;  'Varsity 
show,  "Mischief  Maker;"  Lawyer;  attorney  for 
American  shippers  in  British  Prize  Court:  the 
Wilhelmina  food  ship  to  Germany;  Fordney 
wheat  shippers  on  Kim,  Friedland  and  Nobel; 
cotton  shippers  cases  of  Kina,  Decide,  Marie, 
I^vonia,  etc.;  member  Sunningdale  Club,  Mt. 
Vernon.  60  Wall  St.  and  244  Circuit  Rd., 
New  Rochelle,  N.  Y. 

Harold  M.  Hays, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  05;  M.  D.,  05;  Sigma  Xi; 
Physician;  nose,  throat  and  ear;  asst.  surg. 
N.  Y.  Eye  and  Ear  Inf.;  asst.  laryngologist 
City  Hosp.;  do.  N.  Y.  Polycl.  Hosp.;  pres. 
Manhattan  Med.  Soc;  2d  and  1st  lieut.  Assn. 
Med.  Reserve  Corps,  U.  S.  Army;  pres.  N.  Y. 
League,  Hard  of  Hearing;  sec.  Otolog.  Soc, 
N.  Y.  Acad.  Med.;  mem.  Am.  Coll.  of  Surgs. 
II  W.  Sist  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Aaron  Coursen  Hazen, 

Prudential  Ins.  Co.  Newark  and  66  Moun- 
tain Ave.,  Summit,  N.  J. 

Alfred  M.  Hellman, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  os;  Pi  Delta  Phi;  honors 
(3);  Physician;  gynecologist,  German  Hosp. 
Disp.;  mem.  Am.  Coll.  Surgeons,  Acad.  Med. 
and- Med.  Reserve,  U.  S.  Army  (1st  lieut.) 
2  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  Harold  Heroy, 

A.  B.,  02;  Psi  Upsilon;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Sales 
Manager;  mem.  University  and  Columbia  Uni- 
versity Clubs.  322  Hudson  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
311  Hartford  Rd.,  S.  Orange,  N.  J. 

Robert  Beresford  Hincks, 

A.  B..  02;  LL.  B.,  06;  Kings  Crown;  Barnard 
Literary  Society;  Churchmen's  Association; 
general  hoiiors;  Lawyer;  secretary  Canadian 
Society  of  New  York;  secretary  New  York 
committee  Cartier  Centenary,  iii  Broadway 
and  566  W.  173d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Charles  T.  Hindley, 

819,  6th  Ave.,  and  57  W.  75th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Thomas  Hogan, 

A.  B.,  02;  Bookkeeper.  Main  St.  and  707  Ninth 
Ave.,  Longmont,  Col. 

Hanry  S.  Holland, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  os;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Physi- 
cian; anaesthetist  to  Sloane  Hosp.  for  W.omen; 
do.,  St.  Luke's  Hosp.;  mem.  Columbia  Univer- 
sity Club,  Washington  Heights  and  Quiz  Med. 
Socs.  and  Alumni  Soc.  Sloane  and  St.  Luke's 
Hospitals,   and  3609   Broadway,   N.  Y.   C. 

Benjamin  Merrill  Holt, 

(Caldwell,    Idaho.) 

J.  Gardner  Hopkins, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  07,  Johns  Hopkins;  editor-in, 
chief  Spectator;  asst.  prof,  bact.,  Columbia; 
437  W.  59th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  350  Washington 
Ave.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Perry  Dexter  Hunt,* 

d.  1905. 

George  Hammond  Huntting, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  03,  Calif.;  Teacher  and  Pub- 
lic Lecturer;  editor  of  Educational  Digest^ 
Fresno,  Cal.;  writer  and  director  of  California 
Raisin  Day  pageants  of  191S  and  1916;  member 
University  Club  and  American  Pageant  Associa- 
tion. Fresno  State  Normal  School  and  Univer- 
sity Club,  Fresno,  Cal. 

Lefiferts  Hutton, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  05;  Delta  Upsilon;  Kings 
Crown;  'Varsity  Lacrosse  team  00;  Physician; 
ist  lieut.  Med.  Corps,  N.  G.  S.  N.  Y.;  attg. 
phys.  Vanderbilt  Clinic;  mem.  County  Med. 
and'  Am.  Med.  Assns.  257  W.  86th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Wheeler  Iglehart,  Rev., 

B.  D.,  Drew  Theol.   Sem.,  06. 

Roland  Pearce.  Jackson, 

Phi  Delta  Theta;  Nacoms;  Class  pres.;  Capt. 
'Varsity  crew;  Glee  Club;  Banker;  Trust  offi- 
cer Equitable  Trust  Co.;  dir.  Elko  Prince  Min- 
ing Co.;  mem.  Columbia  Univ.  Club.  3i7  Wall 
and  438  W.  H6th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Burke  [Pritchard]  Jenkins, 

(600  W.  139th  St.,  N.  Y.  c.) 

Walter  Adams  Johnson, 

17  W.  42d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Pleasantville, 
N.   Y. 

Richard  H.  Johnston, 

A.  B,,  02;  State  and.  University  scholarships 
Cornell;  New  York  manager  The  White  Com- 
pany; president  Auto  Dlrs.  Association  New 
York  City;  president  Auto  Trade  Associa- 
tion New  York  State;  member  Lotos,  Engi- 
neers', New  York  Athletic  and  Columbia  Uni- 
versity Clubs.  Broadway  at  62d  St.  and  262 
W.  93d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Louis  Rene  Kaufman, 

150   W.   80th   St.,   N.  Y.   C. 

Richard  Kelly, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  04,  New  York  Law  School; 
junior  honors  in  English;  Sons  of  American 
Revolution  medal;  founder  and  editor-in-chief 
Columbia  Jester;  class  prophet;  editor  Columbia^ 
Literary  Monthly  and  1902  Columbian;  critic,' 


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Barnard  Literary  Association;  vice-president 
Kings  Crown;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Attorney  and 
Counsellor  at  Law;  member  Columbia  Club. 
233  Broadway  and  583  Riverside  Drive, 
N.    Y.    C. 

Charles  William  Kennedy, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  05,  Princeton;  Ph.  D.,  06, 
do.;  Sigma  Chi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Morningtide 
Editorial  Bd.;  intercollegiate  championship  run- 
ning broad  jumps,  01;  mem.  Columbia  track 
team,  01-02;  asst.  prof.  Dept.  of  English  at 
Princeton  Univ.;  mem.  Nassau  Club  and 
Princeton  Club  (N.  Y.).  66  Battle  Rd.,  Prince- 
ton, N.  J. 

Charles  Krumwiede,  Jr., 

A.  B.j  02;  M.  D.,  05;  Deutscher  Verein;  Physi- 
cian; asst.  prof,  bacteriology,  Bellevue  and 
Univ.  Med.  Schs.;  asst.  '4ir.  laboratories,  Dept. 
of  Health,  N.  Y.  C;  mem.  Columbia  University 
Club.  Foot  E.  i6th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Bronx- 
ville,  N.  Y. 

John  Pierce  Langs, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  08,  Univ.  Buffalo;  Kings 
Crown;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  highest  genl.  honors; 
Lawyer;  mem.  Niagara  (Niagara  Falls),  Mac- 
Dowell  (N.  Y.)  Clubs:  120  Gluck  Bldg.  and 
2032  Whirlpool  St.,  Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Alfred  Stratton  Lawrence, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  05;  B.  D.,  08,  Genl.  Theol. 
Sem.;  Clergyman;  rector  St.  Matthew's  Ch. 
Hillsboro,  N.  C. 

William  Wheelock  Lawson, 

A.  B.,  02;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  assistant  manager 
gymnastic  team,  00-01;  manager  gymnastic 
team,  01-02;  Piano  Manufacturer;  vice-presi- 
dent Lawson  Piano  Company;  member  board 
of  managers  Bronx  Union  Branch,  Young 
Men's  Christian  Association;  member  Piano 
Club  (N.  Y.  C),  Society  Prevention  Cruelty 
to  Children  (Bronx  N.  Y.) ;  Bronx  Society 
Arts  and  Sciences.  372  E.  149th  St.  and  1760 
Topping  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Louis  V.  Ledoux, 

A.  B.,  02;  special  honors  (3)  comparative  lit.; 
Univ.  tennis  team;  mgr.  Tennis  Club;  do. 
Univ.  tennis;  champion  singles  02;  doubles 
00-0:;  Mining  Engineer;  Author;  mem. 
Authors',  Players'  and  Downtown  Clubs.  99 
John  and  130  W.  57th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Eliot  Lee, 

A.  B.,  02;  Delta  Phi;  Financier;  mem.  Alumni 
Assn.;  Knickerbocker  and  Racquet  and  Tennis 
Clubs.     27  W.  43d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Alfred  Homes  Lewis, 

A.  M.,  03.     (545  W.  148th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harry  M.  Lewy, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  04;  LL.  B.,  04;  Lawyer.  2 
Rector  St.  and  2107  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  C.  Lieb, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  06;  Instructor.  437  W-  S9th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Jones  Littell, 

(34  Elm  St.,  Summit,  N.  J.) 

Edward  Vern  Lockhart, 

LL.  B.,  Buffalo  Law  Sch.,  99. 

Samuel  Pierson  Lockwood, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  03;  genl.  honors,  junior  year; 
tennis  team;  Head  of  Violin  and  Orchestral 
Depts.,  Univ.  School  of  Music.  University 
School  of  Music  and  800  Oxford  Road,  Ann 
Arbor,   Mich. 


Clifford  Burnett  Maclntyre, 

M.  D.,  05.     (137  W.  78th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Lyle  Evans  Mahan, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  04;  LL.  B.,  04;  genl.  honors 
freshman  and  junior  yrs.;  Lawyer;  treas.  Am. 
Defense  Soc,  N.  Y.  C;  treas.  4  yrs.  West  Side 
Tennis  Club;  exec.  mem.  N.  Y.  Co.  Com.  Natl. 
Progressive  party,  20th  A.  D.;  mem.  Univer- 
sity, Columbia  University,  West  Side  Tennis, 
Badminton  Clubs  and  N.  Y.  Co.  Lawyers' 
Assn.  Ill  Broadway  and  177  £.  Soth  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Clive  Spencer  Mapes, 

(221  W.  57th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Daniel  Ammen  Menocal, 

(Care  International  Banking  Corporation, 
Peking,  China.) 

Howard  Brown  Merrell, 

(634  Phoenix  Blk.,  Butte,  Mont.) 

Reuben  A.  Meyers, 

A.  B.,  02;  Insurance,  135  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C., 
and  135  Amherst  St.,  East  Orange,  N.  J. 

George  Middleton, 

A.  B.,  02;  Dramatist;  mem.  Players,'  Cliff 
Dwellers'  (Chicago),  Authors'  and  Col.  Univ., 
Authors'  League.      16  Gramercy  Park,  N.  Y.  C. 

Leo  Neiman, 

Sales  dept.  B.  F.  Goodrich  Co.  1780  Broadway 
and  431   Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Marsiglia  Nesbit,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  07;  Ph.  D.,  13;  B.  D.,  OS; 
Drew  Theol.  Sem.;  King's  Crown;  pres.  Y.  M. 
C.  A.;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Clergyman;  Author; 
dir.  Teacher  Training,  Newark  Dist.,  Newark 
Conference,  M.  E.  Ch. ;  sec.  Newark  Conference 
and  Bd.  Sunday  Schools;  mem.  Am.  Oriental 
and  Am.  Soc.  Biblical  Lit.  and  Exegesis.  352 
Dodd  St.,  East  Orange  and  477  Main  St, 
Orange,  N.  J. 

Frederic  G.  Oppenheimer, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D,,  06;  Physician;  Interne  Mt. 
Sinai  Hospital,  06-09;  member  American  Medi- 
cal  Association  and  Academy  Medicine.  782 
W.  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Reuben  Ottenberg, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  05;  M.  D.,  OS;  Sigma  -Xi; 
vice-president  class,  05;  (P.  &  S.);  Physician; 
Instructor  in  Bacteriology,  Columbia  Univer- 
sity ;  Assistant  in  Clinical  Microscopy,  Mt. 
Sinai  Hospital;  Bacteriologist,  Vanderbilt 
Clinic;  member  Acadertiy  Medicine.,  American 
Medical  Association,  (bounty  Medical,  New 
York  Pathological  and  Experimental  Biological 
and  Medical  Societies.  15  W.  89th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Harry  L.  Parr, 

A.  B.,  02;  E.  M.,  04;  Assistant  Professor 
Mechanical  Engineering;  Assistant  Editor 
"Mining  Engineer's  Handbook;"  Contributor 
to  Technical  Magazines;  member  American 
Society  Mechanical  Engineers;  Fellow  Ameri- 
can Associ£Ltion,  Advancement  of  Science; 
Alumni  Association  of  the  School  of  Mines;  do. 
Engineering  and  Chemistry;  Columbia  Uni- 
versity Club.  Columbia  University,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  35  Gilbert  PI.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


193 


Walden  Pell,     . 

A.  B.,  02;  Delta  Psi;  Bond  Broker;  member 
Racquet  and  Tennis>  Columbia  University; 
St.  Anthony  and  Richmond  Co.  Country  Clubs. 
7  Wall  St.  and  601  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Woodward  Perrine,  Jr.,* 

d.  1910. 

Louis  Phillips, 

(Mazeppa,  Minn..) 

Henry  Le  Brun  Poinier, 

A.  B.,  02;  Banker.  14  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
166  Montague  PI.,  So.  Orange,  N.  J. 

Asa  p.  Potter,  Jr., 

43  Exch.  P1.,'N.  Y.  C.  and  538  Westchester 
Ave.,  Port  Chester,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Starr  Prince, 

(145  Kenmore  PI.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Otto  Pullich, 

(Fotsdamerstrasse    113,    Berlin,    Germany.) 

Lyman  Rhoades, 

A.  B.,  02;  Delta  Psi;  Banker;  mem.  Columbia 
and  Union  Clubs.  37  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Sharon,  Conn. 

Chapman  Ropes, 

(40  W.  69th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Clarkson  Potter  Ryttenberg, 

Fhilolexian,  Banjo  Club;  Freshman  Debating 
Soc.;  Rowing  Club;  Track  Athletic  Assn.; 
"  Freshman  Track  Team;  King's  Crown;  treas. 
class  Democratic  Assn.;  bus.  mgr.  Morningside; 
Track  Team;  'Varsity  Show;  Mfr.  of  Electri- 
cal  Hearing  Devices;  mem.  B.  F.  O.  E.  and 
Alumni  Assn.  321  Madison  Ave.  and  344  W. 
72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Theodore  Raymond  St.  John, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  05;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Phi 
!Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  Assn.  Bar,  N.  Y. 
C.  60  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  341  Webster 
Ave.,  Long  Island  City,  N.  Y. 

Edward  Schuster, 

LL.  B.,.05.  (Segunda  Capuchinas  48,  Mexico, 
Mex.) 

Frank  Houghton  Sewall, 

C.  E.,  06.    (21  W.  84th  St.,  N.  Y.   C.) 

William  Brock  Shoemaker,* 

d.  1906. 

Henry  Kirkland  Smith, 

A.   M.,   03.     (38   First   St.,   Ilion,   N.   Y.) 

Rhey  Thompson  Snodgrass, 

200,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Brightwaters,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

H.  Tuthill  Spence, 

A.  B.,  02;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Nacoms; 
Interior  Decoration;  member  Columbia  Uni- 
versity and  Larchmont  Yacht  Clubs.  53  W. 
39th  and  320  W.  7Sth  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Joseph  Whittelsey  Spencer, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  05;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  capt. 
swimming  team.  2  years ;  mgr.  of  gymnastic 
team;  winner  of  cane  spree,  08;  'Varsity  "C" 
tor  swimming;  Lawyer;   alderman,  N.  Y.   C, 


14-15;  transfer  tax  appraiser  for  N.  Y.  C,  15; 
mem.  X.  Y.  Athletic,  Col.  Univ.  and  Republican 
Clubs.  26  Liberty  and  162  W.  54th  Sts.,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  Westbrook,  Conn. 

Charles  Clyde  Spicer, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  04.  (800  H.  W. 
Hellman  Bldg.,  Los  Angeles,  Cal.) 

Sidney  L,.  Spiegelberg, 

A.  B.,  02;  M.  D.,  06;  Physician;  asst.  vis.  surg. 
Sea  View  Hosp. ;  attg.  surg.  German  Hosp. 
Disp. ;  mem.  N.  Y.  County  Med.  Soc;  Harlem 
and  Am.  Med.  Assns.  and  German  Hosp. 
Alumni.    150  W.  87th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  C.  Stechert, 

Took  special  advance  work,  1910;  mem.  1st  gym 
team.  Fresh,  and  'Varsity  (10)  crews;  Book- 
dealer  and  Publisher;  Chrmn.  Leaders'  Club 
and  Phys.  Dept.  Central  Y.  M.  C.  A.  Bkln., 
N.  Y. ; ,  mem.  Lierderkranz,  Ariel  Rowing  Club 
and  23d  Regt.  N.  Y.  Vet.  Assn.  38  W.  32d 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  4801,  11th  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Otto  D.  Steiner, 

'     8  W.  38th  St.  and  60  Haven  'Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Albert  J.  Stern, 

141  W.  28th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  565,  4th  St., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  C.  Stratford, 

Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Sen.  Soc,  Nacoms;  Assoc. 
ed.  Spectator;  Mgr.  Swimming  Assn.;  sec-treas. 
Musical  Soc;  Asst.  Mgr.  Locrosse  Team;  Asst. 
Mgr.  Musical  Clubs;  Pres.  George  Stratford 
Oakum  Co.;  mem.  J.  C.  and  N.  J.  State  Cham- 
bers Commerce;  J.  C.  Bd.  Trade;  Signal  Corps, 
N.  G.  N.  J.  (Veteran);  Citizen's  Fed.  of  H. 
C;  Council  Christ  Hosp.;  J.  C.  People's  Inst. 
Children's  Friend  Soc;  Essex  Co.  Country, 
Carteret,  Down  Town,  Danforth  Tennis,  Hist, 
and  Automobile  Clubs,  Lincoln  Assn.  (N.  J.) ; 
Calumet  and  Col.  Univ.  Clubs,  D.  K.  E.  Assn., 
Col.  D.  K.  E.  and  Col.  Alumni  Assns  (N.  Y.  C.) 
160  Cornelison  Ave.  and  270  Garfield  Ave.,  Jer- 
sey City,  N.  J. 

Robert  Lefiferts  Strebeigh, 

A.  B.,  02;  LL.  B.,  04;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Cox- 
swain Freshman  Crew;  Building  Construction; 
Vice-President  of  John  I.  Downey,  Inc.;  mem- 
ber University,  West  Side  Tennis  and  Colum- 
bia University  Clubs  and  St.  Nicholas  Society. 
410  W.  34th  and  43  E.  61st  St.,  N.  Y.-  C. 

Horace  Richard  Sturtevant,* 

d.  1902. 

Clinton  T.  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  03,  C.  C.  N.  Y.;  LL.  B.,  05;  N.  Y. 
Univ.;  Phi  Kappa  Psi;  Lawyer;  mem.  Siwanoy 
Country  Club,  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.  3  (jjurt  St., 
White  Plains,  and  44  Esplanade,  Mt.  Vernon, 
N.  Y. 

Edward  Larocque  Tinker, 

(22  E.  78th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Gilbert  Oakley  Ward, 

A.  B.,  02;  Cert.,  08;  Pratt  Inst.,  Library  Sch.; 
Barnard  Lit.  Assn.;  mem.  "Jester"  Board;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  Technical  Librarian;  asst.  JPratt 
Inst.  Free  Library,  08-09;  mem.  Cleveland 
Eng.  Soc,  Civic  League  and  Am..  Library 
Assn.  Kinney  and  Levan  Bldg.  and  1545  E. 
86th  St.,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 


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cer  Waters, 

A.  B.,  02;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Cotton  Broker; 
mem.  Bd.  Mgrs.,  14-16;  mem.  New  York, 
Apawamis, 'National  Golf,  Ardsley,  N.  Y.  Athl., 
Long  Island  Country  and  Manursing  Island 
Clubs.     56  Beaver  St„  N.  Y.  C.  and  Rye,  N.  Y. 

Arthur  Delano  Weekes,  Jr., 

(2  Rector  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  James  West, 

E.  M.,  09.    (Garnerville,  N.  Y.) 

William  Parker  Wharton, 

A.  B.,  02;  A.  M.,  06;  Bachelor  Diploma  in  edu- 
cation, Teacher's  College,  02;  Ph.  D.,  11,  New 
York  University;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Teacher  of  English  in  High  School;  member 
High  School  Teacher's  Association,  New  York; 
Treasurer  New  York  Association  Teachers  of 
English.  155  W.  65th  and  64  W.  107th  Sts., 
,     N.  Y.  C. 

Reginald  Satterlfee  Willis, 

(75  Maple  Ave.,  Flushing,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Stanley  Kidder  Wilson, 

A.  M.,  Harvard,  03.     (Swarthmore,  Pa.) 

Archibald  Spiers  Winslow,  Rev., 

'a.  B.,  02;  grad.,  05,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.;  Church- 
man's Assn.,  charter  membeir,  00-02;  Y.  M.  C. 
A.,  99-02;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Clerg.;  Rector  of 
Harcourt  Parish  and  Chaplain  Kenyon  Coll. 
Box   195,  Gambler,  Ohio. 

Floyd  R.  Wooster, 

A.  B.,  02;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  gen.  honors; 
Manufacturer.  29  Elm  St.  and  109  E.  Ave., 
Walden,  N.  Y. 

Avery  Skinner  Wright, 

(51  W.  6th  St.,  Oswego,  N.  Y.) 

John  Parr  Wylie, 

(57  Arthur,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.) 

Malcolm  Yohannan, 

M.  D.,  Jefferson  Med.  Coll.  (557  W.  124th  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

1903 

Clintpn  Gilbert  Abbott, 

A.  B..  03;  Alpha  Delta  Phi:  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
.  Nacoms;  ed. -in-chief  03  Columbian;  mgr. 
'Varsity  football  team;  capt.  'Varsity  swimming 
team;  class  historian;  Farming;  mem.  Columbia 
University  and  Camp'  Fire  Clubs  of  America. 
Orchard  Hill,  Rhinebeck,  N.  Y. 

Almon  Edgar  Adams 
Frederic  Joseph  Agate, 

(65    Central   Park  W..   N.   Y.    C.) 

Theodore  Henry  Allen, 

A.  B.,  03;  M.  D.,  07;  Delta  Upsilon;  'Varsity 
basketball  team;  Physician;  member  American 
Medical    Association.      3905    Bway.,    N.    Y.    C. 

William  Fitch  Allen,  '  > 

A.  B.,  03:  LL.  B.,  05;  Delta  Upsilon;  crew. 
03;  Lawyer;  mem.  Columbia  University  Club. 
37  Wall  St.  and  260  Convent  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Martin  Charles  Ansorge, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  06;  Philolexian;  King's 
Crown;  track  team;  bowling;  relay  team; 
Lawyer;  nominee  for  Cong.,  21st  Dist.,  12-14; 
mem.  Repub.  Co.  Com.,  10-15;  del.  Repub. 
State  Conventions;  receiver  trustee  and  referee 
Sup.  Ct.  and  U.  S.  Ct.:  mem.  permanent  com. 
class  03,  New  York  County  Lawyers'  and  Co- 
lumbia University  Alumni  Assns.;  City  Athl. 
Club;  Masonic  connections.  100  Bway.  and 
575    Riverside   Drive.    N.    Y.    C. 

David  Asch, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  05;  Philharmonic; 
Jester;  honors  in  fresh,  yr. ;  Lawyer.  55  Lib- 
erty St.  and  925  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  James  Bakerman, 

LL.   B.,   06.      (Alliance,   N.  J.) 

George  Frederick  Bambach,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  03;  B.  D.,  11,  Genl.  Theol.  Sem.; 
Rector  Ch.  of  the  Holy  Apostles  (Epis.).  604 
Greenwood  Ave.  and  291  Sherman  St.,  Bkln., 
N.    Y. 

Nathaniel  Waring  Barnes, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05,  (English);  King's  Crown 
(original);  Senior  honors  in  English;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Teacher  and  Advertising;  Dir.  Natl. 
Council  Teachers  of  English;  mem.  Quadrangle 
(Chicago).  Univ.  of  Chicago,  Sch.  of  Commerce 
and  914  E.  61st  St.,  Chicago,  111. 

Robert  Bradford  Bartholomew, 

A.  B.,  03;  Delta  Psi;  fresh,  crew;  'Varsity 
crew  3  yrs. ;  Freight  Broker.  18  Bway.,  N.  Y. 
C,  and  614  River  St.,  Hoboken,  N.  J. 

James  Bassett,  Jr., 

(Highland    Park    Station,    Los    Angeles,    Cal.) 

John  Grenville  Bates, 

Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Stock  Broker;  mem.  N.  Y. 
Stock  Exch. ;  mem.  Taylor,  Bates  Co. ;  mem. 
Morris  Co.  (jolf,  Rockaway  Hunting  and  Mor- 
ristown  Clubs.  ,100  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Mor- 
ristown,  N.  J. 

Alexander  Otto  Bechert, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04.  (600  Decatur  St.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y.) 

Fred  Jacob  Becker, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  08.      (Pasadena,  Cal.) 

Henry  Rutgers  Beekman, 

LL,  B.,  06.     (35  W.  17th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Joseph  Stitt  Bikle, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04.  (Bradley  Instil.. 
Peoria,    111.) 

Marco  I.  Blank, 

A.  B.,  03;  M.  D.,  97,  N.  Y.  Univ.;  Surgeon; 
visiting  surg,,  Sydenham  Hosp. ;  assoc.  visiting 
surg.  French  Hosp.     35  W.  81st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frank   Tefft   Bogue, 

50  Union  Sq.  E.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  26  Virginia  Ter- 
race, Jersey  City,  N.  J. 

Yeoman  Briggs, 

A.  B..  03;  Controller  "The  Owl  Drug  Co." 
Pacific  Coast;  mem.  F.  A.  M.  Toltes  No..  1, 
Mexico  City,  Mex.  (Masonic).  611  Mission 
St.  San  Francisco,  and  5940  Taft  Ave.,  (m- 
land,  Cal.  ' 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


195 


Herbert  Corlies  Brinckerhoflf, 

(43   Cedar   St.,  N.   Y.   C.) 

Benjamin  Franklin  Butler, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  06,  N.  Y.  Law  School; 
Author  and  Mining;  mem.  N.  Y.  Bar.  Little- 
ton,  Colo. 

J.  C.  Caldwell, 

Phi  Delta  Pheta;  Glee  and  Dramatic  Clubs; 
'Varsity  Track  team ;  won  2  mile.  Fall  games,  99 ; 
won  1  Mile  and  2  mile,  Fresh-Soph.  Games, 
Spring,  00;  won  1  mile  and  2d,  2  mile,  Spring 
meet,  sp.,  00;  won  1  mil«  and  ^  mile, 'Columbia 
Indoor  games.  Winter,  99-00;  won  open  ^  mile, 
Columbia  Indoor  games,  8th  Regt.  Armory; 
Merchant;  V.-Pres.  R.  J.  Caldwall  &  Co.;  mem. 
Montclair  and  Columbia  Univ.  Clubs.  IS  Park 
Row,  N.  Y.  C.  and  129  Orange  Rd.,  Montclair, 
N.J, 

Louis  Casamajor, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.  and  M.  D.,  06.  (342  W. 
56th   St.,   N.   Y.   C.) 

Dayton  Colie, 

(109  Prospect,   E.    Orange,   N.  J.) 

William  Phillips  Comstock, 

A.  B..  03:  Beta  Theta  Pi:  coxswain  fresh, 
crew,  00;  do.  'Varsity  crew,  01;  Publisher  and 
Editor;  mem.  Beta  Theta  Pi  Club.  23  War- 
ren St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  117  Lincoln  Ave.,  New- 
ark,  N.    J. 

John  Whiting  Crowell, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.;  05.  (188  Franklin  PI., 
Flushing.   N.   Y.   C.) 

Albert  Davis,* 

A.  M.,  04.     d.    1910. 

Marcellus  Hartley  Dodge, 

(299  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harry  Hammond  Drysen, 

A.  B.,  03;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Advertising 
Mgr.  Staats  Zeitung;  mem.  Liederkranz.  182 
William  and  545  W.  158th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Pendleton  Dudley, 

A.  B.,  03;  Publisher.  46  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  Pleasantville.   N.   Y. 

Victor  M.  Earle, 

A.  B.,  03;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Nacoms;  "C"; 
Real  Estate  and  Insurance;  member  Columbia 
University,  Hudson  River  Country  and  Engle- 
wood  Golf  Clubs,  and  Alumni  Association. 
200  and  260  W.  72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Frederick  Egner, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  OS;  LL.  B.,  OS,  N.Y.  Law 
Sch. ;  Philolexian;  Lawyer;  mem.  City  Plan 
Com.,  Newark,  N.  J.;  pres.  N.  J.  Alumni 
Club,  Columbia  University;  dir.  Bldg.  and 
Loan  Assns.;  mem.  Essex  Co.  Lawyers'  Club; 
(mem.  Ethics  Com.)  N.  J.  State  Bar  Assn. 
763  and   1015  Broad   St.;  Newark,  N.  J. 

Henry  Hart  Blias, 

18  W,  71st  St. 

Pierce  Philip  Ferris, . 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  Harvard,  04.  (13  Garfield 
Ter.,    Plymouth,    Eng.) 


Colin  G.  Fink, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.  and  Ph.  D.,  07,  Leipzig; 
treasurer  and  vice-president  Philolexian  So- 
ciety; Chemical  Society;  Mandolin  Club; 
Deutscher  Verein;  Young  Men's!  Christian 
Association;  president  American-British  Club 
(Leipzig);  senior  honors  (Columbia);  Summa 
cum  Laude  (Leipzig) ;  directing  electrochemi- 
cal research  Edison  Lamp  Works;  Consulting 
Engineer;  chairman  New  York  Section  Ameri- 
can Electrochemical  Society;  editor  Electro- 
chemistry, Chemical  Abstracts;  editor  section 
Tungsten,  Mineral  Industry;  American  corre- 
spondent Deutsche  Bunsen  Gesellschaft,  El- 
berfeld;  fellow  American  Association  Advance, 
of  Sci.;  member  Board  Managers  and  Board 
Directors  American  Electrochemical  Society; 
member  American  Chemical' Society;  Illuminat- 
ing Engineering  Society;  Deutsche  Bunsen  Ge- 
sellschaft; Faraday  Soc;  publications;  Kinetics 
of  Contact  Sulphuric  Acid;  Z.  f.  Physikal; 
Chem.,  68,  1-69;  Ductile  Tungstein  and  Moly- 
bdenum; Trans.  American  Electrochemical 
Society  17,  229;  General  Electric  Revision 
July,  1910;  Vacuum  Furnace  Metallurgy; 
Trans.  American  Electrochemical  Society  21, 
189;  Applications  of  Ductile  Tungsten,  Inter- 
national Congress,  Applied  Chemistry  26,  503, 
etc.,  etc.  Edison  Lamp  Works,  Harrison,  N. 
J.,  and  401    Park  Ave.,  E.  Orange,  N.  J. 

J.  Irving  Fort, 

A.  B.,  03;  M.  D.,  07;  Phi  Delta  Theta:  Nu 
Sigma  Nu;  Glee  C^lub;  'Varsity  Show;  Physi- 
cian; assistant  surgeon  St.  Michael's  Hospital; 
assistant  Gynecology,  Newark  Hospital;  mem- 
ber Medical  Societies;  Roseville  Athletic  and 
Doctors'  Clubs.  139  Roseville  Ave.,  New- 
ark,  N.  J. 

Leonhard  Felix  Fuld, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  LL.  B.,  05;  LL.  M.,  06; 
Ph.  D.,  09;  soph,  honors  Germanic  Langs,  and 
Lit.,  also  in  Romance  Langs,  and  Lit.;  highest 
genl.  honors  soph,  class;  medal;  Sons  of  Ani- 
Revol. ;  prize  City  Hist.  Club ;  highest  genl. 
honors  sen.  class;  Toppan  prize,  C^nst.  Law. 
Municipal  Bldg.  and  130  E.  110th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Crosby  Gaige, 

Phi  Delta  Theta;  Press  Club,  Kings  Crown,  Pen 
and  Pipe,  Automobile  and  Churchmans  Clubs; 
Y.  M.  C.  A.;  Ed.-in-chief  Spectator;  Managing 
Ed.  Morningside;  Assoc.  Ed.  Lit,  Monthly; 
Columbian  Bd.,  Pres.  King's  Crown;  Mgr.  Class 
and  'Varsity  Lacrosse  Teams;  Theatrical  Man- 
ager; mem.  Grolier,  Players  and  Dunwoodie 
Clubs;  Col.  Coll.  Alumni  Assn.;  Bibliographical 
Soc.  of  London;  N.  Y.  Times  Alumni  Assn. 
and  Dunlap  Soc.  1451  Broadway  and  219  W. 
81st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Enos  Throop  Geer, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  08,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  Delta 
Phi;  Attorney  at  Law;  mem.  Columbia  Univ. 
and  New  York  Co.  Lawyers'  Assn.  31  Nassau 
and   60   W.   84th    Sts.,   N.   Y.   C. 

Emanuel  A.  Goldenweiser, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05,  Cornell;  Ph.  D.,  07,  do.; 
fellowship  in  Economics  at  Cornell,  06-07; 
Statistician:  mem.  Am.  Economic  Assn.,  Ameri- 
can Statistical  Assn.,  The  Round  Table, 
Economic  and  Monday  Evening  Clubs.  Dept. 
of  Agriculture  and  3320  New  Hampshire  Ave., 
Wash.,  D.  C. 

Herbert  J.  Haas, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  05;  Lawyer.  Fourth  Na- 
tional Bank  Bldg.  and  303  Washington  St., 
Atlanta,  Ga. 

John  Mulford  Hackett, 

226  Union  St.,  Poughkeepsie  and  Hyde  Park, 
N.  Y. 


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Richard  Compton  Harrison, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  OS;  A.  M.,  05;  Alpha  Chi 
Rho;  vice-president  King's  Crown,  and  Junior 
Class;  Columbian  Board;  1st  Deputy  Commis- 
sioner of  Docks;  Examiner  Staff;  president 
Board  of  Alderman;  assistant  counsel  Public 
Service  Commission  1st  District;  member  City 
Club  of  New  York  and  Whitehall  Club.  Pier 
A,  North  River,  and  601  W.  160th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

C.  lycRoy  Hendrickson, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Nacom 
Sen.  Soc. ;  ed. -in-chief  Columbia  Spectator,  02- 
03;  mgr.  Univ.  baseball  team,  03;  genl.  honors 
in  scholarship,  01-02;  mem.  N.  Y.  Stock  Exch.; 
with  Hendrickson  &  Co.;  mem.  Garden  City 
and  Cherry  Valley  Clubs.  61  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and'  23  Cathedral  Ave.,  Garden  City,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Henry  K.  Heyman, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  LL.  B.,  05;  Lawyer.    56 
Beaver  and  157  W.  79th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 
A.    B.,   03;    genl.    honors  fresh,   and   sen.   yrs.; 
Real    Estate    Broker.      30    E.    42d    St.    and    48 
W.  91st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.    ^ 

William  F.  Hills, 

A.  B.,  03;  genl.  honors  fresh,  and  sen.  yrs.; 
Real  Estate  Broker.  308,  42d  St.  and  48  W. 
91st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Alfred  Hoifman, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  Ph.  D.,  Berlin,  07.  (217 
Hewes  St.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.) 

Russell  p.  Hoyt, 

Delta  Upsilon;  Kings  Crown;  Musical-  Soc; 
Freshman  Baseball  Team;  Glee  Club  (leader 
and  mgr.  quartette) ;  Merchant ;  mem.  Univ. 
Glee  Club,  Notes  and  Keys.  72  Leonard  and 
67  W.  73d  Sts.,  N.  Y   C. 

Stanley  Myer  Isaacs, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.-Law  Sch., 
05.     (52  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

L,ewis  Iselin, 

A.  B.,  03;  Delta  Fsi;  Banker;  mem,  iirm  of  A. 
Iselin  &  Co.;  mem.  Union  and  Knickerbocker 
Clubs.  36  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  New 
Rochelle,  N.  Y. 

Maurice  L,.  Jenks, 

A.  B.,  03;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  sub.  'varsity  foot- 
ball team  senior  yr. ;  mgr.  (for  Northern  111.) 
Am.  Surety  Co.  of  N.  Y.;  mem.  University 
Club  of  Chicago.  208  S.  La  Salle  St.,  Room 
1266,  Chicago,  111.,  and  21  Cumnor  Rd.,  Kenil- 
worth.  111. 

Ely  Jacques  Kahn, 

A.  B.,  03;  B.  Arch,  07;  A.  D.  G.  F.,  11,  Paris; 
Kings  Crown;  associate  editor  Morningside 
Literary  Monthly  and  Jester;  Architect;  pro- 
fessor of  design,  Cornell  University  School  of 
Architecture,  14-15;  member  City  and  Fair- 
view  Country  Clubs;  Beaux  Arts  Society; 
Societe  des  Architecte  Diplomfi.  373,  4th  Ave. 
and  54  Morningside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Howard  Allan  Keeler, 

A.  B.,  03;  Kings  Crown;  French  Soc.;  Chess 
Club;  class  and  'Varsity  track  teams;  general 
honors  craduation ;  Advertising  Agent;  pres. 
Advertising  Agency;  treas.  Manville  Bldg.  and 
Loan  Assn.;  mem.  Columbia  University  and 
Great  Neck  Countir  (Governor)  Clubs.  15 
W.  38th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Great  Neck  Station, 
L.  I.,  N.  Y. 


Nicholas  August  Koenig, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  Ph.  D.,  08.  (80  W.  i2th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  M.  Lang, 

Pi  Lambda  Phi;  mem.  Glee,  Mandolin  and 
Banjo  Clubs;  Class  Numerals  (baseball  team); 
Freshman  and  'Varsity  Baseball  Teams;  Mnfr. 
of  Ostrich  Feathers;  Pres.  of  Edward  M.  Lang 
C,  Inc.    718  and  3100  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C. 

Philip  B.  LaRoche,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  03;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  Lawyer;  mem. 
'N.  Y.  Athletic  Club.  149  Broadway  and  704 
Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  F.  Eawson, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  Teacher.  15th  and  Race 
Sts.  and  1825  Chestnut  St.,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Barent  Lefiferts, 

A.  B.,  -03;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Nacoms;  mgr. 
'varsity  crew;  Real  Estate;  mem.  Union,  Co- 
lumbia University  Clubs  and  Squadron  A.  414 
and  935  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frank  Wilson  Lindsley, 

(29  Cinton  Ave.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J.) 

Herbert  Spencer  Loveman, 

E.  M.,  05.    (210  W.  139th  St.,  N.  Y.  C) 

Harold  C.  McCollom,' 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05;  Delta  Upsilon;  Phi  Bete 
Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  Rumson  Country  Club. 
34  Nassau  and  134  W.  58th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Montgomery  McLintock 
Herbert  David  Mandelbaum, 

A.  B.,  03;  M.  D.,  07;  Physician  and  Surgeon; 
Alumni  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp.;  asst.  surg.  nose 
throat  and  ear  dept.,  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp.;  out 
patients  dept.;  former  attend,  laryngologist, 
.  Hebrew  Infant  Asylum;  mem.  City  Athletic 
Club.     525  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Sidney  Modry, 

Merchant;  mem.  Kanter,  Modry  &  Co.  18-22 
E.  IBth  St.  and  140  E.  74th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Fred  Howard  Moffit, 

A.  B.,  95,  Williams  Coll. ;  A.  M.,  99,  Lafayette 
Coll.;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon  (Lafayette);  Sigma 
Xi;  Geologist;  mem.  Cosmos  f^lub;  Geological 
Soc.  Am. ;.Am.  Assn.  Adv.  Sci. ;  Washington 
Acad.  Sci.  and  Geol.  Soc,  Washington.  U.  S. 
Geological  Survey  and  C^osmos.  (3ub.,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 

James  Garfield  Moses, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  05;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Law- 
yer. 52  William  St.  and  801  West  End  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Hopper  Lenox  Mott, 

Asst.  Mgr.  mem.  Transportation  Club.  778 
nth  Ave.  and  288  W.  End  Ave. 

Herbert  Roe  Odell, 

(Newburgh,  N.  Y.) 

Louis  S.  Odell, 

(Manual  Training  High  School,  Brooklyn.) 

Gerald  Stuart  O'Loughlin, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  os;  LL.  B.,  06;  Phi  Gamma 
Delta;  Nacoms  (senior  society) ;  Phi  Delta  rhi; 
1902   Columbia  board;   valedictorian;  freshman 


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197 


crew  tgoo;  'varsity  crew  igo2-04-oS-o6  (captain 
1905-06);  football  squad  1904;  Columbia  Law 
Review  editor;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer; 
trustee  decennial  class  fund  athletics;  Gov- 
ernor Columbia  University  Club  igio-is,  sec- 
retary 1914-1S,  admission  committee  ipoS-io; 
standing  committee  Law  School  Alumni  Asso- 
ciation 19 12;  member  Columbia  University, 
Phi  Gamma  Delta,  New  York  City  Bar  Asso- 
ciation. 43  Cedar  St.  and  702  Nicholas  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 


T.  Lockwood  Perry, 


A.  B.,  03;  Sigma  Chi;  Society  Francaise;  Philo- 
lexian  Soc;  Philharmonic  Soc;  Chess  Club; 
Farmer;  vestryman  and  treas.  All  Souls  Ch., 
Biltmore,  N.  C. ;  mem.  Columbia  University 
Club.    P.  O.  Box  845,  Asheville,  N.  C. 

Harry  Twyford  Peters, 

(117  E.  37th  St.,  N.  Y.  c.) 

Edgar  Pitske, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  05;  Lawyer.  156 
Broadway  and  365  Manhattan  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edmund  W.  Putnam, 

2  W.  45th  St.,  and  Bronxville,  N.  Y. 

Robert  Lincoln  Reid, 

M.  D.,  03.     (no  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Arthur  M.  Reis, 

A.  B.,  03;  Merchant;  general  executive  Robert 
Reis  &  Co.;  member  Aldine  and  City  Clubs. 
Broadway  and  19th  St.  and  Hotel  Biltmore, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Bernard  H.  Ridder, 

A.  B.,  03;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Publisher;  trus- 
tee German  Hospital;  president  New  York 
Staats-Zeitung;  member  German  Club,  Oak- 
land Golf  Club  and  National  Golf  Associations. 
182  William  St.  and  970  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Lawrason  Riggs,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  06;  LL.  B.,  06;  Delta  Phi; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  Bd.  Dir. 
Alumni  Federation;  mem.  standing  com.  Assn.  of 
Law  Sch.;  mem.  University,  Columbia  Univer- 
»  ^'''i,,?';  Nicholas  Clubs  and  Bar  Association. 
27  Wllham  and  133  W.  nth  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arnold  O.  Schramm, 

A.  B.,  03;  Lawyer;  member  New  York  Athletic 
Uub.      26    Liberty    and    351    W.    S5th    Sts., 

,   Rudolph  Schroeder, 

Ai  ?''-o°^''  ^^-  ^■'  °^'  Kings  Crown;  Chess 
Uub;  Barnard  Literary  Society;  Lawyer;  sec- 
retary and  counsel,  Columbia  Trust  Company, 
New  Jersey.    95  River  St.  and  1232  Bloomfield 

;-         St.,,  Hoboken,  N.  J. 

r 

Robert  Schulman, 

A.  B.,  03;  M.  D.,  06;  sophomore  German 
honors;  Physician  and  Surgeon;  member 
American  Medical  Association;  King's  County, 
New  York  State  and  William  Medical  Socie- 
ties.   237  Rutledge  St.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Robert  Livingston  Schuyler, 

N  y"c7'  ^^'  °''  "'■    ^^'^  ^"  '''*  ^*" 


Harvey  Ambrose^  Seil, 

Ph.  D.,-06.  (169  Brighton  Ave.,  Perth  Amboy, 
N.  J.) 

Ralph  L.  Shaiwald,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05;  mgr.  for  Standard  Faint 
Co.;  mem.  Baldwin-Ziegler  Polar  expedition, 
01;  Cook  Mt.  McKinley  expedition,  03;  mem. 
Explorers';  Lotos  and  Arctic  Clubs.  Wool- 
worth  Bldg.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Larchmont.  N.  Y. 

Harold  Shields, 

C.  E.,  OS.     (Nicholson,  Pa.) 

Jerome  B.  Shoenfeld, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  Selling  Agent;  mem. 
Harmonic  and  Norwood  Golf  Clubs.  25  Madi- 
son Ave.  and  161  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Kenneth  Miller  Simpson, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.  and  E.  M.,  06.  (Beaver 
Falls,  Pa.) 

Walter  Scott  Spiegelberg, 

A.  B.,  03;  Kings  Crown;  Sphinx  Society;  gen- 
eral honors;  winner  James  Gordon  Bennett 
prize;  Manufacturer  laces  and  embroideries: 
past  master  Adelphi  Lodge,  No.  23,  Free  and 
Accepted  Masons;  member  Fairview  Country 
Club;  Masons.  55  W.  26th  St.  and  226  W. , 
139th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harry  Wilbur  Stanley, 

A.  B.,  03;  Delta  Tau  Delta,  Gamma  Theta 
Chapter;  genl.  agt.  Equitable  Life  Ins  Co., 
Iowa;  ex-v.-pres.  Internatl.  Assn.  Rotary 
Clubs;  mem.  various  clubs;  "Colonial  Gov- 
ernors" Soc.  505  Sedgwick  Bldg.  and  945 
Buffjim  Ave.,  Wichita,  Kans. 

Harrison  Ross  Steeves, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  Ph.  D.,  13;. Theta  Delta 
Chi;  asst.  tM"6f.  English,  Columbia  University. 
Columbia  University  and  S96  Riverside  Drive, 
N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  L.  Strasser, 

A.  B,.  03;  Philolexian;  Kings  Crown;  Intercol- 
legiate Debating  teams;  Lawyer;  trustee  Hud- 
son Guild.  100  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
Meadow  Lane,  Lawrence,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.   ■ 

George  Augustus  Keen  Sutton, 

LL.  B..  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  06.  (37  Wall  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

John  August  Swenson, 

A.  B.,  03;  head  dept.  mathematics,  Wadleigh 
High  Sch.:  N.  Y.  C  114th  St.  west  of  7th 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Palisade  Ave.,  Leonia, 
N.  J. 

[John]  Warner  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05.  (University  Wisconsin, 
Madison,  Wis.) 

Samuel  A.  Telsey, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  05;  Philolexian;  academic 
honor  student;  highest  general  honors,  3  yrs. ; 
Lawyer;  dir.  Hebrew  Educational  Soc.  (Bkln.); 
Affiliated  Bkln.  Federation  of  Jewish  Charities; 
mem.  Bkln.  Bar  Assn.;  Hebrew  Educ.  Soc.  and 
Jewish  Publication  Soc.  44  Court  St. -and  211 
Utica  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

William  Frederick  Thoman, 

A.  B.,  03;  C.  E.,  06;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Civil 
Engineer.  29  W.  34th  St.,  N.  Yi  C,  and  458 
Van  Cortlandt  Park  Ave.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 


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Lloyd  Brant  Thomas,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  03  i  A.  B.,  02,  C.  C.  N.  Y.;  B.  D.,  o6, 
Epis.  Theol.  Sch.,  Cambridge,  Mass.  |  Fhi 
Gamma  Belta;  Clergyman..  302  N.  Division 
St.,  Carson  City,  Nevada. 

Benjamin  Abner  Tintner, 

A.  B..  03;  A.  M.,  07;  Ph.  D.,  N.  Y.  Univ., 11. 
(100  W.  19th  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Doswell  Torakies, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04:  A.  B.,  Tulane,  01.  (3802 
Worth,  Dallas,  Tex.) 

Camille  A.  Toussaint, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  Deutscher  Verein;  honor 
mem.  King's  Crown;  Univ.  scholarship,  03-04; 
Instructor  College  of  City  of  New  York;  mem. 
Univ.  Club,  Hudson  Co.  Amsterdam  Ave.  cor. 
138th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  3688  Boulevard, 
Jersey  City,  N.  J. 

Henry  Clark  Townsend,  Jr., 

A.  B.  03;  senior  soc,  Nacoms,  Delta  Upsilon; 
Bond  Salesman;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  Club.  Care 
Kean,  Taylor  &  Co.,  5  Nassau  St.  and  238  W. 
101st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Fyfe  Turnbull, 

A.  B.j"  03 ;  Barnard  Lit.  Assn. ;  Instr.  Mech. 
Drawing,  Univ.  Pa.;  mem,  C.  U..  Club,  Phila., 
M.  I.  T.,  Phila.  ,Univ.  Pa.  and  3309  Arch  St., 
Phila.,  Pa. 

Benjamin  Rudolph  von  Shelly, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05.  (Elm  Point,  Great  Neck, 
N.  Y.) 

Morris  Voss, 

71.    5th  Ave.,   and   929   Park  Ave.,   N.   Y.    C. 

Ralph  H.  Waddell, 

A.  B.',  03;  Delta  Upsilon;  Mortgage  Broker. 
220  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  320,  8th  Ave.,  Bkln., 

N.  Y. 

Leonard  M.  Wallstein, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  06;  Chanler  Historical  prize; 
honorable  mention  Curtis  National  Contest; 
.  Phi  Beta  Ka{)pa;  Attorney-at-law;  commis- 
sioner of  accounts,  N.  Y.  C,  14;  mem.  City 
Club  and  Bar  Assn.  Municipal  Bldg.  and  601 
W.  H5th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Earle  Warren, 

(20  E.   11th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Marie  Henrietta  Detlef  Wedemeyer, 

A.  B.  03;  Asst.  Prin.,  Public  School  141,  Bkln. 
Leonard  and  McKibbin  St.,  and  218  Cumber- 
land  St.,   BklnL,   N.   Y. 

Frederic  Lyman  Wells, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  04;  Ph.  D.,  06;  Alpha  Tau 
Omega;  Deutscher  Verein;  Societe  Francaise; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Psychologist;  mem.  various 
Socs.  McLean  Hosp.  and  679  Belmont  St., 
Waverley,  Mass. 

Gerard  Bernard  Werner, 

A.  B.,  03;  E.  E.,  05;  Elect.  Eng.  Soc;  Banner 
Medal,  03;  Bonds  and  Investment  Securities. 
Care  Jackson  &  Curtis,  43  Exchange  Place 
and  215  West  98th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edwin  Wolff, 

A.  B.,  03;  Deutscher  Verein;  chess  club;  Bond 
Broker;  mem.  City  Athletic,  and  Ocean  Country 
(Far  Rockaway)  Clubs.  30  Broad  St.  and  691 
Madison  Ave,,  N.  Y.  C. 


Christopher  Billopp  Wyatt, 

(43  Exchange  PI.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Clarence  Johnson  Wyckoff, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.,  05. 
(White  Plains,  N.  Y.) 

1904 

Harry  Abeles, 

Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Soph.  Honors  in  German.  725 
Bixel  St.,  Los  Angeles,  Calif. 

William  Anthony  Aery, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05;  King's  Crown;  Deutscher 
Verein;  Y.  M.  C.  A.;  Churchmen's  Assn.; 
Philolexian  Soc;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  A.  A,  Law 
scholar,  Univ.  Grad.  scholar  in  European  Hist, 
and  Educ,  05-06;  Teacher's  Coll.  Fellow,  gen. 
honors  3  yrs.;  assoc.  ed.  Spectator;  Publication 
Sec.  Hampton  Institute;  class  treas.  10  yrs.; 
Business  Mgr.  "Southern  Workman,"  Hampton, 
Va. ;  mem.  Am.  Historical  Assn.,  Columbia 
Alumni  Assn.,  Natl.  Educ,  Va.  Press  Assns., 
Southern  Sociological  Congress.  Hampton  In- 
stitute, Hampton,  Va. 

Albert  John  Akin, 

A.  B.,  04;  Delta  Psi;  Hockey  team,  01-02-03- 
04 ;  Secretary  of  the  Cuban- American  Sugar  Co. 
'       Hewlett,  L.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Hubert  Banning.,* 
Murray  Harold  Bass, 

A.  B.,  03;  M.  D.,  07;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Physi- 
cian.   41  W.  83d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Stephen  Bates, 

A.  B.,  04;  E.  M.,  08.  (49  E.  49th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

Joseph  Louis  Beha, 

(171  W.  95th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Clinton  Hamlin  Blake,  Jr., 

A.  B.i  04;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  06;  Beta  Theta 
Pi;  Senior  and  Permanent  Class  Secretary; 
captain  'Varsity  golf  team  (2  years);  member 
of  team  4  years;  associate  editor  "Senior 
Class  Book;"  editor  "Class  Bulletin"  (yearly 
record);  Lawyer;  with  Milne,  Blake,  Mc- 
Eneny  &  Durham;  Councilman  at  large  and 
president  of  Common  Council  of  Englewood, 
N.  J„  14  16;  Mayor  of  Englewood,  N.  J.,  16; 
author  of  "The  Law  of  Architecture  and  Bmld- 
ing;"  member  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Explorers,  Engle- 
wood and  Englewood  Country  Clubs.  2  Rec- 
tor St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  Brayton  St.,  Englewood, 
N.  J. 

Allen  J.  Bloomfield, 

A.  B.,  04;  Phi  Kappa  Sigma;  'Varsity  baseball, 
02-04;  Summer  Hotel  Mgr.  and  Proprietor; 
mem.  Assembly,  Otsego  Co.,  15-16;  mem.  Re- 
publican Club   (N.   Y.   C.)     Richfield  Springs, 

John  Masters  Bovey,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06.     (45  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Bayard  Boyesen, 

A.  B.,  04;  Delta  Psi;  football  team;  Writer; 
mem.  St.  Anthony,  Col.  Univ.  clubs.  Croton- 
on-Hudson,  N.  Y. 

Donald  Clifford  Brace, 

(34  W.  33d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


199 


William  Sidney  Bryant,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  07;  LL.  B  08;  Philolexian; 
King's  Crown;  Fencers  Club;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Columbia  Univ.  and  Economic  Clubs.  8  W. 
40th  and  250  W.  104th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Daggett  Bulkley, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  07.  (29. Mt.  Morris  Park 
W.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Durward  Earle  Burchell, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05;  final  honors  in^economics; 
Production  £ng. ;  Pres.  Burchell>  Clark  & 
Logan,  Inc.;  mem.  Faculty  Club,  Columbia 
Univ.  and  Nayasset  (Springfield,  Mass.)  Clubs. 
110  W.  40th  St.  and  930  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Howard  A.  Butler, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06,  N.  Y.  Law  School; 
Lawyer;  Assistant  Counsel  Public  Service; 
Commissioner  of  the  First  District.  154  Nas- 
sau St.  and  300  Central  Park,  West,  N.  Y.  C. 

Carl  P.  Carlsson, 

A.  B.,  04;  Asst.  Buyer  John  Wanamaker.  2210 
W.  Huntington  St.,  Phila.,  Pa. 

Warwick  Stevens  Carpenter, 

Beta  Theta  Pi;  Barnard  Lit.  Assn.;  King's 
Crown;  Deutscher  Vercin;  Bus.  Mgr,  04,  Col- 
umbian; Bus.  Mgr.  Spectator;  Pen  and  Pipe; 
Pres.  Fresh.  Debating  Soc.j  sec.  Soph.  Class; 
Barnaird  Lit.  Assn.  Debating  Team;  Writer 
and  Editor;  Confid.  sec.  N.  Y.  State  Conser- 
vation Comm.;  former  ed.  Journal  of  the  Out-' 
door  Lifk;  ed.  The  Conservationist ;  mem.  Ex- 
plorer's Club;  Beta  Theta  Pi>  Club  of  N.  Y.; 
Order  of  Masons;  Bennington  Club  of  Benning- 
ton, Vt.  Conservation  Commission,  Albany, 
N.  Y.  and  Woodford,  Vt. 

Abraham  Moses  Davis, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06.  (Singer  Bldg.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

Leib  Deyo, 

Railroad  Business;  Chief  Order  Clerk,  Pur- 
chasing Agent's  Office,  N.  Y.  Central  R.  R.; 
mem.  Alumni  Assn.  100  E.  45th  St.,  N.  Y. 
C.  and  21    Morsemere  Ave.,   Yonkers,    N.   Y. 

William  P.  S.  Earle, 

A.  B.,  04;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Soc.  Nacoms; 
ed.  Jester,  Col.  Lit.  Magazine  and  Monthly; 
04  Columbian  track  team,  basketball;  Director 
Vitagraph  Studios  Moving  Pictures;  mem.  Phi 
Gamma  Delta  and  Camera  Clubs.  E.  15th  St., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y.  and  260  W.  72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  B.  Elgar, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06;  Lawyer;  Columbia  Univ. 
and  National  Democratic  Clubs.  45  Bway  and 
109  W.  78th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Mortimer  Els:as,* 

d.  1908. 

George  Adams  Ellis, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  08;  King's  Crown,  Chemical 
Society  and  Chess  Club  (College);  Phi  Delta 
Phi  (law);  on  editorial  boards  Columbia  Spec- 
tator and  Senior  Class  Book;  manager  fresh- 
man lacrosse  team;  editor  and  business  man- 
ager Columbia  Law  Review;  Lawyer;  assistant 
counsel  Union  Pacific  Railroad;  member  Colum- 
bia University,  Metropolitan  Bankers  and  New 
York  Athletic  Clubs;  Bar  Association.  165 
Bway  and  16  Central  Pk.,  W.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Julian  Elsworth, 

(Irvington,  N.  Y.) 


Samuel  C.  Fish,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  04;  B.  T>  08;  Genl.  Theol.;  S.  A.  E.; 
Friest-in-charge  St.  Ann's  Ch.,  Bridgehampton; 
St.  John's  Ch.,  Southampton  and  St.  Mary's 
Ch.,  Good  Ground,  L.  I.;  exam.  Chaplain  to 
the    Bishop    of    L.    I.     Bridgehampton,    L.    I. 

John  Redwood  Fisher, 

A.  B.,  04;  Phi  Kappa  Sigma;  pres.  of  class 
soph,  yr.;  capt.  football  team,  06;  Writer  and 
Forester.    Arlington,  Vermont. 

Francis  Bonner  Forbes, 

A.  B.,  04;  C  E.,  08;  Civil  Engineer  with 
Interborough  Rapid  Transit  Company  on  Man- 
hattan Elevated  Improvements ;  member  Alum- 
ni Association  of  Schools  of  Applied  Science; 
associate  member  American  Society  Civil 
Engineers.    8  W.  56th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Fred[erick]  Hultman  Foucar, 

A.  B.,  04;  M.  D.,  07. 

W^alter  Frank, 

A.  B.,  03;  LL.  B.,  05;  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  King's 
Crown;  Deutscher  Vereih;  general  honors; 
soph,  honors  in  German;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Law- 
yer; aldermanic  com.  Citizens  Union;  dir. 
Crippled  Children's  Driving  Fund;  mem.  Bar 
Assn.  (N.  Y.  C);  County  Lawyers  Assn.;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa  Alnmni  Assn.:  West  Side  Indep. 
Club.  25  Broad  St.  and  501  Cathedral  Pkway. 
N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  S.  Fried, 

A.  B.,  04;  Merchant.  221,  4th  Ave.  and 
"Brentmore  Apts.,"  88$  Central  Pk.  W.,  N. 
Y.   C. 

Merton  Layton  Funk, 

A.  B.,  04;  M.  D.,  07;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Physician;  mem.  King's  Co.  Med.  Assn.;  Assoc. 
Phys.  of  L.  I.  and  ex-interne,  M.  E.  Hosp. 
1626  Foster  Ave.  and  654  E.  17th  St.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y. 
N.  Y.) 

Frazer  W.  Gay, 

A.  B.,  04;  E.  E,,  06;  Sigma  Xi ;  Electrical 
Engineer.  Crocker,  Wheeler  Co.,  Ampere,  N. 
J.  and  46  Myrtle  Ave.,  Newark.  N.  J. 

Louis  Bliss  Gillet, 

A.  B.,  04;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Final  Honors  Eng.; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Teach.;  assoc.  prof.  Wesleyan 
Univ.  Wesleyan  University,  Middletown, 
Conn. 

Norman  S.  Goldberger, 

A.  G.,  04;  C.  L.  T.;  President  H.  Ko?hler  & 
Company  (Brewers) ;  director  Mt.  Sinai  Hos- 
pital and  Training  School  for  Nurses;  secre- 
tary Harmonic  Club;  president  Bottling  Brew- 
ers Protective  Association;  treasurer  Union 
Brewers;  member  Harmonic  and  North  Shore 
Country  Clubs.  501,  1st  and  618,  5th  Aves., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Paul  G.  Gravenhorst, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06;  King's  Crown;  Seth 
Low  scholarship,  00-01-02-03-04;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Crescent  Athl.  Club,  Bkln.  140  Bway,  N.  Y. 
C,  and  162,  8th  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Van  Rensselaer  H.  Greene, 

A.  B.,  04;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Cons.  Eng.;  mem. 
Columbia  University  Club  and  American  Soc. 
Refrigerating  Engs.  50  Church  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and  118  Mountain  Ave.,  Summit,  N.  J. 


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COLUMBIA   COLLEGE 


[1904 


Arthur  S.  Gutman, 

A.  B.,  04;  King's  Crown;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Merchant;  mem.  Harmonic  and  North  Shore 
Country  Clubs.  892  Bway.  and  12  E.  8th  St., 
N.    Y.   C. 

Rossin  Lewis  Hammerslough, 

(1215  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  L.  Hanemann, 

A.  B.,  04;  Zeta  Psi;  class  crews;  freshman 
and  substitute  'Varsity  crew;  Cotton  Broker; 
Board  Managers  New  York  Cotton  Exchange; 
meiriber  New  York  and  Amateur  Comedy  Clubs. 
60  Beaver  St.  and  420  Riverside  Drive, 
N.  Y.   C. 

Alfred  Harcourt, 

A.  B.,  04;  Phi  Kappa  Sigma;  King's  Crown; 
ed.  Spectator:  Publisher.  34  W.  33d  St.,  N. 
Y.  C,  and  73  Glen  Ridge  Ave.,  Glen  Ridge, 
N.  .T. 

Herbert  Henry  Harris, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06,  N.  Y.  Law  School.  (308 
W.  87th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Carlton  J.  H.  Hayes, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M„  05;  Ph.  D.,  09;  Alpha  Chi 
Rho;  Kingj's  Crown;  honors  in  History;  highest 
genl.  honofs,  01-04;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  assoc. 
prof,  of  History,  Columbia  Univ.;  mem.  Alumni 
and  Athletic  Assns.  of  Columbia  Univ.;  Ameri- 
can Historical  and  American  Economic  Assns. 
Columbia  Univ.  and  509  W.  121st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

J.  Harris  B.  Heding'er, 

A.  B.,  04;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Mnfr.  pin 
tickets.  133  W.  19th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  148 
Maple  St.    Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Emory  Hill, 

A.  B.,  04;  M.  D.,  07,  Medical  College  of  Vir- 
ginia; King's  Crown;.  Young  Men's  Christian 
Association;  general  honors  in  college;  Physi- 
cian; associate  opthalmogolist  Rush  Medical 
C^oUege  and  Chicago  Policlinic  executive  com- 
mittee; (formerly  secretary)  Columbia  Alumni 
Club,  Illinois;  member  University  Club.  30 
N.  Michigan  Blvd.  and  1216  E.  54th  St., 
Chicago,   111. 

Oscar  R.  Houston, 

A,  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06;  Phi  Kappa  Epsilon; 
King  s  Crown ;  French  and  German  Socs. ; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Lawyer;  member  of  firm 
Harrington,  Bigham  and  Englar;  member  Co- 
lumbia University  Club.  64  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C, 
and   Great  Neck   Station,   N.    Y. 

Don  Emanuel  Hughes, 

(Dushore,    Pa.) 

Thomas  Lester  Hurley, 

A.  B.,  04;  Delta  Chi;  Lawyer.  30  Broad  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Samuel  Guy  Inman, 

(C.    Porfirio    Diaz,    Coah.,    Mex.) 

Walter  Abraham  Jacobs, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05. 

Meyer  Jacobstein, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05;  Ph.  D.,  07;  Asst.  Prof. 
Univ.   N.   Dak.      (University,   N.   Dak.) 

Farel  [Louis]  Jouard, 

A.  B.,  04;  Ph.  D.,  08;  Sigma  Xi;  Prof.  N.  Y. 
Homeo    Med.  Col.     600  W.  192d  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Albert  Louis  Kahn, 

(10    W.    75th    St.,    N.    Y.    C.) 

Arthur  Thomas  Kerr,* 
Edwin  Patrick  Kilroe, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  06;  Ph.  D.,  13; 
King's  Crown;  Newman  Club;  Barnard  Lit- 
erary Society;  Deutscher  Verein;  Swimming, 
Fencing,  Boxing,  Rowing,  La  Crosse,  Football 
and  Wrestling  Associations;  Chess  Club;  Co-  ■ 
lumbia  University  Democratic  Club;  middle- 
weight wrestler;  member  of  first  wrestling 
team  at  Columbia;  University  champion  and 
intercoU.  point  winner,  05-06-07;  substitute 
half  back  football  team;  middleweight  boxer; 
University  champion,  03-04;  graduate  director 
of  wrestling,  10-14;  wrestling  coach^  10-11-12; 
chairman'  of  committee  on  administration 
(Residence  Halls);  general  honors,  03;  Law- 
yer; chairman  Democratic  County  Committee, 
19th  Assembly  District;  president,  secretary 
and  -director  Columbia  University  Democratic 
Club;  member  Knights  of  (Columbus  (fourth 
degree);  Ancient  Order  of  Hibernians;  Penn- 
sylvania Society  Loyal  Order  of  Moose;  New 
York  County  Lawyers*  Association;  Academy 
of  Political  Science;  American-Irish  Historical 
Society  and  Columbia  University  Club.  5 
Beekman   St.  and  458  Mhtn.  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Grant  Knauff,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05;  B.  D.,  11,  Genl.  Theoh 
.Sem.;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  King's  Crown;  (jcnl. 
Honors;  pres.  Churchmen's  Assn.;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Priest;  Rectorships  in  Tenn.,  N.  C| 
and  Fla.  St.  John's  Church  and  Buntyn  Ave., 
Memphis,  Tenn. 

Jaxon  Knox 

Herman  Ernst  Kreuder, 

A.  B.,  04:  E.  E.,  06.  (1604  Arch  St.,  Philadel- 
phia, Pa.) 

Henry  Bischoff  Krusa,  Rev., 

(Redwood,  N.  Y.) 

Harold  B.  Lance, 

A.  B.,  04;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  heavy  gym. 
team,  Amherst  Coll.;  Teacher;  mem.  Big 
Brother  Movement;  Parents'  League;  School- 
masters' Assn.  34  E.  60th  St.  and  2972  Briggs 
Ave.,   N.   Y.   C. 

Leo  Levy  Landauer 
Maxwell  Francis  Lawton, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  13;  Philolexian;  genl.  honors, 
02-03;  instr.  Latin,  Bay  Ridge  H.  S.;  political 
^vscience  student  at  iColumbia  Univ.;  2d  lieut. 
K  G.  State  Pa.,  09-10;  sec.  N.  Y.  Latin  Club. 
67th  St.  and  4tl/  Ave.  and  2255,  83d  St., 
Bklihv  N.   Y. 


Otto  H\Leber, 


A.  B.,  04;  M.  D.,  08;  Omega  Upsilon  Phi; 
Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  Physician;  instr.  Physiology 
and  Hygiene,  C,  C.  N.  Y.;  mem..  West  Side 
Clinical,  N.  Y.  County  and  State  Med.  Socs. 
and  A.  M.  A.     537  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Janvier  Whitton  Lindsay, 

A.  B.,  04;  M.  D.,  08,  Johns  Hopkins  University.; 
Physician  (Internist);  interne,  Garfield  Hospi- 
tal, Washington,  D.  C,  08-10;  chief  resident, 
Garfield  Hospital,  10-12;  Physician,  Washing- 
ton, D.  C,  12;  pathologist,"  Children's  Hospital; 
assistant  pathologist,  Garfield  Hospital;  attend- 
ing physician,  Garfield  and  Emergency  Dispen- 
saries;   instructor    in    physical    diagnosis    and 


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201 


path&logy,  George  Washington  University;  con- 
.sultant.  Woman's  Clinic,  Washington,  D.  CJ; 
Medical  Society,  District  of  Columbia;  Ameri- 
can Medical  Association.  915,  15th  St.  N.  W., 
Washington,  D.  C. 

Rudolph  Rubino  Loening, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  06.  (82  E.  77th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Leonard  Gordon  McAneny, 

A.  B.,  04;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  pres.  King's  Crown; 
ed.  Columbia  Song  Book;  v.-pres.  senior  class; 
mgr.  class  baseball;  asst.  mgr.  'varsity  baseball 
teams;  Lawyer;  mem.  N.  Y.  C.  Recreation 
Comm. ;  Beta  Theta  Pi,  City  and  Squadron  A. 
Clubs.  2  Rector  St.  and  35  Claremont  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Francis  W.  McKinney, 

A.  3.,  04;  C.  E.,  06;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  chief 
engineer  Annex  Improvement  Commission  of 
Baltimore,  Md.;  associate  member  American 
Society  Civil  Engineers.  City  Hall  and  2030 
Mt.  Royal  Terrace,  Baltimore,  Md. 

John  S.  Maeder, 

A.  B.,  04;  M..  D.,  08,  Horn.  Med.  Coll.;  Phi 
Delta  Theta;  sen.  soc.  Nacoms;  v.-pres.  soph, 
class;  fresh,  crew  01;  'varsity  crew  02-04;  capt. 
do.,  04;  Physician;  vis.  staff  Flower,  Metropoli- 
tan and  Hahnemann  Hosps. ;  capt.  Med.  Corps, 
N.  G.  N.  Y.  (9th  Coast  Defense  Command) ; 
mem.  Hom.  State  and  County  Socs.;  Am.  Insfe 
Horn.;  Columbia  University  (ilub,.  College 
Alumni  Assn.     123  121st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Thomas  Magruder, 

5  Nassau  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  73  Townsend  Ave., 
Clifton,  S.   I.,  N.  Y. 

Theodore    James    William     Malm- 
berry,* 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  06.    d.  1906. 

B.  M.  Marcus, 

Oil  Producer;  Merchant;  Manufacturer;  Dele- 
gate 1912  National  Probressive  Convention  at 
Chicago;  Chairman  Executive  Comm.  Olean 
X Chamber  of  Commerce;  mem.  City  and  Ham- 
ilton Golf  Clubs.  131  South  Union  St.,  Olean, 
N.  Y. 

Philip  Moeller, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05.     (6  W.  75th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Joseph  Washburn  Motte, 

Music;   mem.    Mui 
67th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Nicholas  W.  Muller, 

Deutscher  Verein;  French  Soc;  King's  Crown; 
Pen  and  Pipe;  Philo.;  Whist  Club;  managing 
editor  Columbia  Spectator;  actively  in  charge 
work  of  changing  Spectator  from  semi-weekly 
to  daily  paper;  Asst-  Mgr.  Track  Team;  award- 
ed' class"  numerals;^  Insurance;  Asst.  Mgr. 
State  Insurance  Fund,  N.  Y. ;  mem.  Col.  Univ. 
Alumni  Assn.  1  Madison  Ave.  and  556  W. 
180th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Maurice  Jones  Munker, 

M.  p.,  07.     (777  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

1  James  Myers, 

(309  W.  70th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


L  Musicj   m_e_m^  Music   Mutual    Union.     138   W. 


Harry  W.  Newburger, 

A.  B.,  04;  Lawyer;  deputy  Police  Commis- 
sioner of  N.  Y.  City;  delegate  to  Constitutional 
Convention  State  of  New  York,  1915;  member 
City  and  National  Democratic  Clubs.  2  Rector 
^       and  223  E.  17th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frank  Lewis  O'Connell, 

(400  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edgar  Davidson  Oppenheimer, 

A.  B.,  04;  M.  D.,  07;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc;  genl. 
honors  03;  track,  cross  country  and  relay 
teams;  Physician;  orthop.  surg.  Elizabeth  Genl. 
Hosp.;  do.,  Hebrew  Infant  Asyl.;  adj.  orthop. 
Montefiore  Home;  I'st  asst.  Mt.  Sinai  Orthop. 
Disp.;  mem.  City  Athletic  Club;  Acad.  Med.; 
Natl.  Harlem  and  Eastern  Med.  Socs.;  Deutsche 
Orthop.,  Mt^  Sinai  Alumni;'  Elizabeth  Hosp. 
Alumni  Assns.  261  Central  Park  W.  and  56 
E.  66th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  Gustav  Carnes  Otto, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  05,  Polit.  Sci.;  LL.  B.,  06, 
N.  Y.  Law  Sch.  46  Lawton  St.  and  Broad 
"View  Ave.,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y. 

William  Bacon  Pettus, 

(120  Szechum  Rd.,  Shanghai,  China.) 

Eugene  Pitou, 

A.  B.,  04;  C.  E^  06;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Sec. 
Patent  Scaffolding  Co.;  mem.  Columbia  Univ. 
Club.  55  Liberty  and  311  W.  97th  Sts.,  N.  Y. 
C. 

James  Latimer  Robinsori, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  06.  (309  Lafay- 
ette Ave.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.). 

Charles  Reseau  Rose, 

(S.  Amboy,  N.  J.) 

Edward  Sapir, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  ,05;  Ph.  D.,  09;  Chief  of  Div. 
of  Anthropology,  Geol.  Sur.  of  Canada.  (Geo- 
logical Survey,  Ottawa,  Can.) 

Norman  P.  S.  Schloss, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  06;  LL.  B.,  07;  Lawyer.  128 
Broadway  and  801  West  End  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Otto  Frederick  Seggel, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  05,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.  (310 
Stevens  St.,  West  Hoboken.  N.  J.) 

I[rving]  Lester  Selvage, 

(Clinton  Ave.  and  Osborne  Terrace,  Newark, 
N.  J.) 

Frank  G.  Speck, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  os;  Ph.  D.,  08,  Univ.  Pa.; 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon;  Asst.  Prof.  Univ.  of  Pa.; 
mem.  Am.  Anthropological  Assn.;  Am.  Ethno- 
logical Soc;  Am.  Folk  Lore  Soc;  Geographi- 
cal Soc.  (Phila.)  and  Natl.  Geographic  Soc. 
University  'of  Pennsylvania  and  4215  Regent 
St.,  Philadelphia,  Pa. 

Ernest  Stauffen,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  05,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.;  v.-pres. 
United  Dry  Goods  Co.  (119,  5th  Ave.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

Herbert  L.  Stein, 

A.  B.,  04;  Advertising  Sales  Manager  National 
Casket  Co.     176  W.  8ist  Sti,  N.  Y.  C. 

Albert  Grant  Stephenson, 

(Riverside  Drive  and  iioth  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


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[1904-05 


Arthur  Thomas  Stray, 

74  Pleasant  St.,  Auburn,  Me. 

H.  Bragdon  Swortfiguer, 

A.  B.,  04;  Manufacturer;  Bragdon  Expanding 
Envelope    Co.      iis    Worth   and   604   W.    i62d  , 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Alfred  E.  Thurber, 

A.  B.,  04;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  tennis  championship; 
investment  banking,  Rhoades  &  Co.;  mem. 
Columbia  University  and  Ardsley  Clubs.  37 
Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  3S9  Montross  Ave., 
Rutherford,  N.  J. 

Walter  Alvin  Tice, 

A.  B.,  04;  Delfa  Kappa  Epsilon;  French 
Society;  Deutsche  Verein;  King's  Crown; 
Spectator  Board;  Treasurer  William  J.  Morton 
Company;  member  Columbia  University  and 
Hamilton  Grange  Lawn  Tennis  Clubs.  200 
Fifth  Ave.  and  1867,  7th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Charming  Rust  Toy, 

A.  B.,  04:  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Publisher;  member  Columbia  and 
Squadron  A  Clubs.  17  Madison  Ave.  and  1186 
Lexington  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

James  P.  Trotter, 

A.  B.,  04;  M.  D.,  07;  Physician;  interne  Jersey 
'  City  Hospital,  07-09;  attending  physician, 
Yonkers  Homeopathic  Hospital  and  Maternity 
do..  Municipal  Hospital  for  Tuberculosis 
member  American  Institute  of  Homeopathy. 
New  Yprk  State  Homeopathic  Society;  Acad- 
emy Pathological  Science;  Clinical  Club,  Co- 
lumbia University  Alumni  Assn.,  and  Alumni 
Assn.  Physician  and  Surgeons.  189  Warburton 
Ave.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Edwin  Hoyt  Updike, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  o5;  LL.  B.,  06.  (55  Liberty 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Schuyler  Waldron  Van  Ness, 

(121  Mt.  Pleasant  Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J.) 

John  Bayard  Rodgers  Verplanck, 

(Fishkill-on-Hudson,  N.  Y.)    - 

Edwin  Chester  Vogel, 

A.  B.,  ,04;  LL.  B.,  06;  Chandler  Historical 
Prize;  Lawyer;  member  firm  Vogel  &  Vogel; 
Counsel  May  Department  Stores  Co.,  Goldman, 
Sachs  &  Co.,  Tennessee  Copper  Co.;  member 
Hollywood  Golf,  City  Athletic  and  Sunning- 
,  dale  Country  Clubs.  15  Broad  and  47  W.  85th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Rudolph  Ludwig  von  Bernuth, 

A.  B.,  03;  A.  M.,  05;  LL.  B.,  06;  Alpha  Delta 
Phi,  Phi  Beta  Kappa^  Phi  Delta  Phi  (Law); 
Senior  Society  of  Nacoms;  Varsity  Crew, 
Hockey,  Track  and  Soccer;  Lawyer;  member 
Columbia  University  Club.  15  Broad  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  Whitestone,  N.  Y. 

K.  Richard  Wallach, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  06;  LL.  B.,  07;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  Bar  Assn.,  Harmonic, 
North  Shore  Country,  Sunningdale  Country, 
Ocean  Country  and  City  Athl.  Clubs.  44 
Cedar  and  53  E.  80th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Jacob  Walz, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06;  Varsity  "C"  Track, 
1904-06;  Lawyer.     504  W.  iiith  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Dudley  Warren, 

(409  W.  H7th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


Clarence  Weissman, 

(2  E.  80th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  S.  Whitehead, 

3  Silver  St.,  Middletown,  Conn. 

E[rnest]  Stagg  Whitin  [1905] 

Ph'.  D.,  10,  Columbia  University;  Asst.  Prof. 
Social  Legislation.     501  W.  113th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Udo  J.  Wile, 

A.  B.,  04;  M:  D.,  07,  Johns  Hopkins;  Nu 
Sigma  Nu  (med.),  Sigma  Xi,  Alpha  Omega 
Alpha  (med.);  Prof.  Dept.  Med.  and  Surgery 
Univ.  Mich.;  chrmn.  State  Comm.  on  Venereal 
Prophylaxis;  pres.  Univ.  Clin.  Soc;  mem. 
Univ.  club;  pres.  Chicago  Dermatological; 
mem.  of  council  Am.  Dermatological  Socs. 
1919  Geddes  Ave.,  Ann  Arbor,  Mich. 

James  Ernest  Wilcox, 

A.  B.,  04;  LL.  B.,  06.  Albany  Law  Sch.  (76 
Cook  Ave.,  Elmhurst,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Randolph  Colclough  Wilson, 

(618  W.  138th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Clifford  Ambrose  Woodard, 

(Saugerties,  N.  Y.) 

Raphael  Kuhner  Wuppermann, 

(44  W.   34th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Jacob  Zeitlin, 

A.  B.,  04;  A.  M.,  os;  Ph.  D.,  08;  Deutscher 
Verein,  chess  clubs,  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Soph, 
hons.  in  German  and  English,  jun.  hons. 
English;  Assoc,  in  English  Univ.  III.;  Author 
and  Editor;  mem.  Univ.,  Urbana  and  Cham- 
paign clubs,  1 1 04  W.  Illinois  St.,  Urbana, 
111. 

1905 

Herman  W.  Albert, 

Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Pres.  Philharmonic  Soc,  03; 
freshman  football  team;  junior  4-oared  crew; 
winners'  Harlem  regatta,  04;  composer  'Varsity 
Show  music  (Khan  of  Kathan);  04;  leader  Glee 
Club,  04;  Banking;  exchange  teller  and  general 
bookkeeper  Tonopah  Banking  Corporation. 
Tonopah,  Nev. 

Har'ry  Anspacher, 

(693  Madison  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Lloyd  Barrick, 

A.  B.,  os;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  General  hons; 
Teacher.  Lincoln  High  School,  and  10  Dun- 
can Ave.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 

William  Burnet  Barrows, 

A.  B.,  05;  M,  F.,  07,  Yale;  U.  S.  Forester; 
mem.  Soc.  Am.  Foresters,  Potomac  Boat,  Rac- 
car.  Canoe  and  Capital  (jamera  Clubs.  930  F 
St.  N.  W.,  and  3033  16th  St.,  Washington, 
D.  C. 

Fenwick  Beekman, 

M.  D.,  07;  University  of  Pennsylvania;  Delta 
Psi;  King's  Crown;  Physician  (Surgery);  Ad- 
junct Assistant  Surgeon  Bellevue  Hospital, 
Chief  Clinic  out  patients  department,  do.;  mem- 
ber St.  Anthony  Club,  New  York  Academy 
Medicine,  American  Medical  Association,  Alumni 
St.  Luke's  Hospital,  New  York.  116  E.  63d  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  Elliott  Biermann, 

A.  B.,  os;  Publisher  Decorah  Jonrnal;  Post- 
master, 13.  Main  and  Winnebago  Sts.,  and 
408   Mechanic   St.,    Decorah,   la. 


1905] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


203 


Martin  Emerson  Blauvelt, 

A.  B.,  05i  A.  M.,  12;  Lawyer;  member  Colum- 
bia Alumni  Association,  and  Classical  Associa- 
tion of  the  Atlantic  States.  4  Hudson  St. 
and  3  Robins  PI.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y. 

Robert  Holmes  Bradley, 

(New   Canaan,   Conn.) 

Carl  Brands, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  10;  T.  C.  diploma  secondary 
educ;  major  German  Y.  M.  C.  A.;  Circulus  La- 
tinus;  general  honors;  Teach.  H.  S.;  sec.  Citi- 
zens' Sch.  com.  Ridgefield  Park;  mem.  Assn. 
Planetique  Internationale;  N.  Y.  Assn.  H.  S. 
Teachers  of  German;  Schoolmen's  Assn.,  Jer- 
sey City;  Teach.  Coll.  Assn.  William  L.  Dick- 
inson High  School,  550  Teaneck  Rd.,  Jersey 
City,  and  Ridgefield  Park,  N.  J. 

Stanley  Brown-Serman,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  08;  B.  D.,  08;  Genl.  Theol. 
Sem.     (Genl.  Theol.  Sem.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Duncan  Hodge  Browne,  Rev., 

Grad.  Union  Theol.  Sem.  09.  (76  Franklin 
Ave.,  New  Brighton,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  Lawrence  Burnett,  Jr., 

(7  E.  12th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Thomas  Patrick  Byron, 

(Bradford,  Pa.) 

Norman  Montefiore  Cohen, 

(43  W.  87th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Frederick  Linn  Cooper  [1907], 

(746  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harlow  Dunham  Curtis, 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  Harvard,  07.  (Manlius, 
N.  Y.) 

Chester  Welde  Cuthell, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Phi  Gamma  Delta;  Na- 
coms;  Crewsters;  fresh,  crew;  varsity  crew 
cox.  4  yrs;  'Varsity  basketball  Capt.  1907;  Law- 
yer; mem.  Columbia  Phi  Gamma  Delta  and 
West  Side  Tennis  Clubs ;  Bar  Assn.  52  Broad- 
way and  567  W.  113th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Marshall  Mallory  Day, 

A.  B.,  05;  B.  D.,  09;  Genl.  Theol.  Sem;  Alpha 
Chi  Rho;  King's  Crown;  Priest;  priest  in  charge 
S.  Alban's  Indiana  Harbor  11;  sec.  Diocese 
Michigan  City  11;  exam,  chaplain  to  bishop, 
Michigan  City  10;  domestic  chaplain,  bishop 
.  of  Michigan  City  12.  St.  Alban's  Ch.,  3620 
Fir  St.,  Indiana  Harbor,  Ind. 

Winfred  Cornwall  Decker, 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  10;  gen.  final  hon.;  grad. 
scholar  dept.  Ger.  lang.  and  lit.;  Phi  Beta 
^ppa;  Prof.~  N.  Y.  State-Teach.  Coll.;  sec. 
Philosophical  Soc.,  Albany;  chrm.  com.  train- 
ing and  licensing  teachers  N.  Y.  State;  Mod- 
ern Language  Teach.  Assn.  State  College  for 
Teachers  and  3  Summit  Ave.,  Albany.  N.  Y. 

Abraham  Deixel, . 

A.  B.,  05;  Pd.  M.,  09;  N.  Y.  Univ.  teacher  of 
Latin,  De  Witt  Clinton  H.  S.;  mem.  School- 
omen's  Golf  Club  (sec);  Schoolmen's  Military 
Battalion,  7th  Regt;,  N.  Y.  C.  59th  St.  and 
10th  Ave.  and  74  Vermilyea  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Sidney  W.  Denzer, 

A.  B.,  99 ;  Real  Estate.  14  W.  20th  St.  and 
210,  5th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 


Nathan  N[athan]  Dickler, 

C1271,  37th  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

William  J.  Donovan, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Phi  Kappa  Psi;  Silver 
Curtis  Medal,  04;  Varsity  F'ootball,  04-05; 
Varsity  Crew  Substitute,  04-05;  Cross  Country 
team,  06;  Lawyer;  Captain  Troop  I.  1st  Cavalry, 
N.  G.  N.  Y. ;  member  Saturn  and  Columbia 
University  (New  York  City)  Clubs.  R-604, 
Iroquois  Bldg.,  826  W.  Delavan  Ave.,  Buffalo, 
N.  Y. 

William  Henry  Duncan,  Jr., 

38  Martense  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Kerner  Easton, 

A.,  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  og;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Rowing  Club,  i,  2,  3  and  4;  Hockey  Team, 
06-08;  Hamilton  Moot  Court  Club,  07-09;  Law 
School  Alumni  Association;  Monogram  twice; 
Lawyer;  specializing  Law  Common  Carriage 
and  practice  before  the  Interstate  Commerce 
Commission;  appointed  Secretary  to  the 
Board  of  Estimate  and-  Apportionment  Com- 
mission, in  Port  and  Terminal  Facilities,  1915; 
and  appointed  by  Corporation  Counsel,  Frank 
L.  Polk,  special  Interstate  Commerce  Counsel 
to  the  City  of  New  York,  1915;  member  As- 
sociation Bar  City  of  New  York  and  Columbia 
University  Club.  71  B'way.  and  124  W.  86th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frederick  John  Echeverria, 

A.'B.,  05;  M.  D.,  09.  (248  W.  76tli  St.,  N.  Y. 
C.) 

Whitney  Eckert, 

A.  B.,  05;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  Swimming  Team; 
Manufacturer.  124  White  St.  and  610  W. 
180th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Albert  Marion  Elsberg,* 

d.  1911. 

George  Marcus  Falion, 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  10.  (78,  72d  St.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y.) 

Robert  Ferrari, 

A.  B.,  OS;  A.  M.,  07;  LL.  B.,  11;  Scholarship 
soph,  yr.;  Lawyer;  lecturer  Criminology  N. 
Y.  Univ.,  N.  Y.  C;  assoc.  ed.  Journal  Criminal 
Law  and  Criminality;  mem.  local  Sch.  Bd. 
20  Manhattan;  mem.  Co.  Lawyer's  Assn.  60 
Wall  St.  and  327  E.  ii6th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Morris  Douw  Ferris, 

A.  B.,  OS;  Delta  Phi;  Crewsters;  King's 
Crown;  04  Varsity  Crew;  05  Varsity  Four; 
Class  Track  Team;  Class-  Cane  Spree  winner; 
Lawyer;  firm  of  Hunt,  Hill  &  Betts;  member 
St.  Elmo,  Cedarhurst  Yacht  Clubs;  Sons  of 
the  Revolution.  165  B'way.,  N.  Y.  C.  and 
Lawrence,   L.  I.,   N.   Y. 

Earl  R.  Findley, 

Natl.  City  Bank  and  153  Adolph  Ave.,  Akron, 
Ohio. 

Frank  Thomas  Fitzgerald,  Jr., 

(341   Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Micco  Miltiades  Achilles  Fontrier 
Joseph  Julius  Frank, 

A.  B.,  05;  Barnard  Literar>^  Society;  Class 
Poet;  Editor-in-Chief  Columbia  ^Monthly;  As- 
sistant Manager,  Ancram  Paper  Mills;  member 
First  Training  Regiment,  Plattsburg,  15; 
member  Chemists  Club;  Techinal  Director 
American  Paper  and  Pulp  Association.  136 
W.  2ist  and  317  W.  gsd  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 


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[1905 


James  Packard  Gillespie,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  os;  A.  M.,  09;  B.  D.,  07,  Union  Theol. 
Sem.;  Clerg.;  mem.  Col.  Univ.,  Adelphia  and 
Theta   Clubs.     490   Riverside   Drive,   N.   Y.   C. 

Edward  Goldwater, 

(107  W.  125th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edward  Henry  Green, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  08;  Harvard  Univ.;  editorial 
board.  Harvard  Law  Review,  06-08;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Lawyer;  mem.  Bar  Association,  City  of 
New  York.  49  Wall  and  41  W  83d  Sts.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Waldemar  H.  Groszmann, 

Plainfield,  N.  J. 

George  Russell  Hageman,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  12.  (42  N.  Broadway,  Tarry- 
town.  N.  Y.)  I 

Warren  Otis  Hager, 

A.  B.,  05;  Pd.  M.,  11;  N.  Y.  Univ.;  Prin.  Elem. 
School.  Warren  St.  School,  Newark,  81  Ster- 
ling Ave.,  Orange,  N.  J. 

Guy  Amisi  Hamilton, 

(Geneva,  Nebr.) 

Harold  Harper, 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  07;  LL.  B.,  07;  Alpha  Chi  Rho; 
King's  (Trown;  Barnard  Literary  Association; 
general  *  honors  (sophomore  year) ;  varsity 
stripes,  cross  country;  gold  non-athletic  award, 
debating  team;  assistant  U.  S.  attorney;  mem- 
ber' Columbia  University  Club  and  Seventh 
Regiment,  N.  G.  S.  N.  Y.,  Company  M.  U.  S. 
Court  and  P.  O.  Building,  and  1071  St.  Nich- 
olas Ave.,  N.  Y.  C, 

Meyer  S.  Harrison, 

(51  E.  129th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harold  William  Hastings, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  10;  N.  Y.  Law  School; 
Theta  Delta  Chi;  lawyer;  mem.  N.  Y.  Co. 
Lawyers'  Assn.  and  Bedford  Park  Tennis 
Club.  165  Broadway  and  2559  Decatur  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 

James  Putnam  Heaton, 

A,  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  06;  univ.  scholar  economics, 
05-06;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc. ;  debating  soc  .(1); 
general  honors  (1,  2),  interclass  debating 
team  (1,  2);  crew  (1)  Harlem  River  regatta. 
Memorial  Day,  02;  business  mgr.  (^Survey 
Magazine) ;  mem.  N.  Y.  Bar ;  tenement  house 
com,,  Brooklyn  Bureau  Charities,  Columbia 
Univ.  Club.  112  E.  19th  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
1011  Beverly  Road,  Brooklyn,  N,  Y. 

John  Robbins  Higbie, 

(Babylon,  N.  Y.) 

Ralph  H.  Hubbard, 

A.  B.,  OS;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Crewsters;, 
Cotton  Broker;  mem.  Columbia  and  Apawamis 
Clubs.     66  Beaver  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Rye,  N.  Y. 

Maurice  Hyman, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  08;  Lawyer.  135  Broadway, 
N.  Y.  C,  and  Jarvis  Lane,  Far  Rockaway,  N, 

Irvin  Samuel  Josephs, 

A.  B.,  05;  E.  M.,  07;  Consulting  Mining  Engr.; 
mem.  Inst,  of  Mining  Engrs.  152  Chambers 
St.  and  450  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 


Edga: 


Benjamin  Mark  Kaye, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07.    (149  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Willys  Peck  Kent, 

33  Centl.  Pk.  W.  and  815  E.  161st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Klaber, 

A.  B.,  05;  Ph.  D.,  07;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Sigma 
Xi;  Chemist;  Am.  Chem.  Soc;  Leather  Chem. 
Assn;  Soc.  of  Chem.  Industry.  Castle  Kid  Co., 
Camden,  N.  J.,  and  2033  N.  62d  St.,  Phila.,  Pa. 

Gordon  S.  P.  Kleeberg, 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  06;  LL.  B^  07;  LL.  M.,  08; 
Ph.  D.,  11;  Chanler  historical  prize,  1905; 
Attorney-at-Law;  member  firm  of  Myers  &  Gold- 
'smith;  member  National  Democratic,  City  Ath- 
letic, Sunningdale  Country  and  Norwood  Golf 
Clubs.  100  Broadway  and  110  W.  76th  St,, 
N.  Y.  City. 

Frederic  E.  Klein, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Lawyer.  271  Broadway, 
and  72  W.  119th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

r  R.  Kraetzer, 

A.  B.,  05;  bachelor's  diploma,  secondary  ed., 
1905;  LL,  B.  11,  N,  Y,  Law  Sch.;  Phi  Sigma 
Kappa;  Lawyer;  Freemason.  61  Broadway,  N. 
Y.  C,  and  2953  Blvd.,  Jersey  City,  N.  J. 

Joseph  Riggs  Lamont, 

A.  B.,  05;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon;  Commission 
Mer.,  66  Leonard  St.  and  695  St.  Nicholas 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  LeRoy, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  08;  Delta  Psi;  Phi  Beta' 
Kappa;  King's  Crown;  French  Society  College^ 
Scholastic,  highest  general  honors  01-05;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa  04,  junior  year  and  05;  class  v^e- 
dictorian  05 ;  won  Alumni  Association  prize 
0^,  athletic;  won  intercollegiate  tennis  cham- 
pionship in  singles  04  and  06  (awarded  C); 
captain  tennis  teams,  04-05;  Law  School  Scho- 
lastic, won  Beck  scholarship  (Beck  Property 
Prize),  1906;  appointed  member  of  University 
Committee  on  Athletics,  07-08;  Lawyer;  presi- 
dent Tennis  Building  Association  of  New 
York  11-15;  Dir.  Central  Foundry  Co.,  1912; 
Standard  Wrench  &  Tool  Co.,  12-13;  mem. 
Univ,  St.  Anthony,  and  West  Side  Tennis 
Clubs.  24  Broad  and  103  E.  75th  Sts.,  N. 
Y.   C. 

Benjamin  M.  Levy, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Omega  Pi  Alpha;  Fresh- 
man Debating  Soc. ;  honor  man,  1st,  2d,  3d  yrs.; 
Lawyer.  55  Liberty  and  143  W.  140th  Sts.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Robert  Carpenter  Lewis, 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M,  and  LL,  B,,  07.  (Fargo,  N. 
Dak.) 

Julius  Arthur  Lewisohn, 

A.  B.,  05;  E.  M.,  07.     (42  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Monte  London, 

A.  B,,  05;  LL,  B,,  07;  Omega  Pi  Alpha;  junior 
honors  in  history;  Lawyer.  55  Liberty  St.  and 
672  St.  Nicholas  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Curtis  Lublin, 

A.  B,,  05;  A,  M,,  06;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  adver- 
tising with  Albert  Frank  &  Co.  26  Beaver  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

David  Andrew  McKenzie, 

(57  Sherman  Ave.,  Newark,  N.  J.) 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


205 


Alexander  Mackenzie  [1906], 

Headmaster  Mackenzie  Sch.  (Dobbs  Ferry, 
N.  Y.) 

George  Zerciin  Medalie, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07.  (51  E.  129tli  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

William  Stuart  Messer, 

A.  B.,  05;  A.  M.,  09;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc. ; 
King's  Crown;  Hewitt  scholar  01-05;  univ. 
fellow  09-10;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Gottsberger 
Fellow,  10-11;  Instr.  classical  philol.  Barnard 
coll.;  treas.  Columbia  sect.  N.  Y.  Delta,  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  mem.  Am.  Philol.  Assn.  Colum- 
bia University  and  434  W.  120th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Elmer  Craver  Miller, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Lawyer;  mem.  F.  &  A. 
M.  25  Pine  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  107  Clinton 
Ave,  Newark,  N.  J. 

Harry  Rich  Mooney, 

A.  B.,  05;  bus.  mgr.,  Morningside;  Deutscher 
Verein;  Chemical  and  Chess  Clubs;  Insurance. 
45  William  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Mayhew  Ave., 
Larchmont,  N.  Y. 

Charles  Francis  Morrall, 

(Philadelphia,  Pa.) 

Dudley  Henry  Morris, 

A.  B.,  OS;  M.  D.,  09;  Delta  Kappa  Epsilon; 
Physician  and  Surgeon  (research);  surg.  Ser- 
vice N.  Y.  Hosp.,  09-11;  2  yrs.  Alumni  Fellow 
Pathology,  P.  &  S.,  11-13;  asst.  surg.  Presb. 
Hosp.  O.  P.  D.,  13;  Crocker  Spec.  Cancer  Re- 
search Fund,  15;  mem.  ,N.  Y.  Acad,  of  Med., 
Calgary  (Can.)  Med.  Soc.  and  Ranchmen's 
Club,  Calgary,  Alta.     161  W.  87th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  W.  Mott, 

A.  B.,  05;  M.  D.,  09;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Nu 
Sigma  Nu;  pres.  Columbia  Philharmonic  Soc; 
Alpha  Omega  Alpha  (hon.  med.);  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Physician;  house  surg.  Roosevelt  Hosp., 
11;  attending  obstetrician,  asst.  attending  surg.. 
White  Plains  Hosp.;  treas.  Med.  Soc.  Co.  West- 
chester, 15-16  treas.  Univ.  Club.,  White  Plains, 
16;  mem.  Sons  Revolution,  N.  Y.  Acad.  Med., 
Alumni  Roosevelt  Hosp.  and  Sloan  Hosp.  for 
Women.     43  Waller  Ave.,  White  Plains,  N.  Y. 

William  Newell, 

A.  B.,  05;  M.  E.,  07;  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon; 
Tau  Beta  Pi ;  Sigma'  Xi,;  Mechanical  Engineer ; 
Chief' Safety  Engineer,  State  Insurance  Fund; 
Co-author  with  Mr.  Frank  E.  Law  of  pamphlet 
The  Prevention  of  Industrial  Accidents ;  mem. 
American  Society  Mechanical  Engineers,  Na- 
tional Safety  Council,  Alumni  Association  and 
Schools  of  Applied  Science.  1  Madison  Avenue 
and  300  W.  97th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Clarence  Nichols, 

(5  Hamilton  Ave.,  Yonkers,  N.  Y.) 

Floyd  C.  Noble, 

A.  B.,  05;  Psi  Upsilon.    42  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C. 

N  Leonard  Flagge  Otten, 

A.  B.,  05;  Mech.  E.,  08.  (Rochelle  Park,  New 
Rochelle,  N.  Y.) 

William  F.  J.  Piel, 

A.  B.,  05;  mem.  Deutscher  Verein,  Kings 
Crpwn,  Pen  and  Pipe;  Ed.-in-chief  Spectator, 
Morningside,  Columbia  Monthly,  Senior  Year 
Book;  Lawyer;  Gen.  Mgr.  Piel  Bros.,  Inc.; 
mem.  Col.  Univ.,  Great  Neck  Country,  Wheatley 
Hills  Golf  and  New  York  Press  Clubs.  East 
N.  Y.,  Bkln.,  and  Woodmere,  L,  I. 


R.  Stuyvesant  Pierrepont, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  12.  55  Liberty  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  Peapack,  N.  .T. 

David  D.  Podell, 

A.  B.,  05;  Attended  Law  School,  07;  First 
Triangular  Intercollegiate  Debating  Team,  05 
and  07;  Lawyer;  mem.  City  Athletic  and  Pro- 
gress Clubs.  42  Bway.  and  314  W.  94th  St., 
N.  Y.  C, 

Edwin  George  Ramsdell, 

A.  B.,  05;  M.  D.,  08;  Phi  Upsilon  Delta;  Phi 
Gamma  Delta;  Alpha  Omega  Alpha;  Physician; 
interne  and  asst.  surg..  White  Plains  Hosp.; 
interneT  Presb.  Hosp.,  N,  Y.  C;  health  officer, 
White  Plains;  instr.  surgery,  Columbia  Univ".; 
mem,  N.  Y.  Acad.  Med.,  Am.  -Med.  Assn., 
White  Plains  Club,  Columbia  Alumni  Assn., 
Westchester  County  and  N.  Y.  State  Med. 
Socs.     44  N.  Bway.,  White  Plains,  N.  Y. 

Ronald  Frank  Riblet, 

A,  B.,  05;  Secondary  Teaching,  Teachers'  Coll., 
05;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Credit  Man,  James 
McCreery  &  Co.,  N.  Y.  C;  mem  Columbia 
Univ.  Club.  5  W.  34th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Pat- 
terson and  Russel  Rds.,  Fanwood,  N.  J. 

Endicott  Gardner  Rich, 

Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Newspaperman,  Times  An- 
nex, W.  43d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  68  Willow  Ave., 
Plainfield,  N.  J. 

Theodore  Gardner  Robinson, 

(395  E.  4th  St.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y.) 

Bayard  Blackwell  Rodman  [1904], 

(846  Boulevard  Astoria,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harry  J.  Rosenson, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Lawyer.  149  Bway.,  N. 
•Y.  C.  and  63  Morton  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y 

Walter  L,  Rothschild, 

A.  B.,  05;  C.  E.,  07;  Sigma  Psi;  sec.  Rothschild 
Bros.  &  Co.  225,  4th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  94 
Lockwood  Ave.,  New  Rochelle,  N.  Y. 

Albert  Harrington  St.  George 
Charles  Emil  Joseph  Schlachter 

(541  Manhattan  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Henry  Schwed, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Lawyer;  mem.  City 
Athl.  and  N.  Y.  Bridge  Whist  Clubs.  2  Rector 
and  228  W.  78th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

John  Cotes  Seymour,  Jr. 
Nathan  Silberstein,  , 

A.  B..  05;  A.  M..  06;  held  a  Pulitzer  scholar- 
ship; Instr.  math.,  Stuyvesant  High  School,  N. 
Y.  C.  Stuyvesant  High  School  and  18^  W. 
107th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Blackall  Simonds, 

A.  B.  ,05;  Delta  Phi;  Publisher,  Railroad  Mort- 
gage Maps';  mem.  Columbia  Univ.  and  Manto- 
loking  Yacht  Clubs.  56  Pine  and  207  W.  79th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Steward  Slosson    ^ 
Leslie  Brewster  Smith 
Lewis  G.  Spence, 

Cotton  Exch.  and  200  S.  Tyler  St.,  Dallas, 
Texas. 

Sigmund  Spingarn, 

A.  B.,  05;  Importer.  5  Burling  Slip  and  52  W. 
90th  St„  N.  Y.  C. 


206 


COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1905-06 


Harold  Brown  Swope, 

A.    B.,    06,    Univ.    of   the    South;    Phi   Gamma 
Delta;   Citrus  Fruit  Grower.     Kentmere  Citrus 
J    _Grove,  Eastlake,  Fla. 

James  A.  Taylor, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  07;  Phi  Kappa  Sigma; 
Nacoms;  King's  Crown:  Mu  Pi;  Debating 
Union;  Philolexian;  'Varsity  track  team  (capt. 
05);  scholarship,  4  yrs.;  Lawyer;  mem.  Colum- 
bia Univ.  and  Harriman  Country  Clubs.  261 
Bway.  and  521  W.  123d  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C.  ' 


Edward  Lee  Teale, 


A  B,  05;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Teacher;  mem.  HoUis 
Field  Club.  Public  School  130,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 
and   19809,   104th  Ave.,  HoUis,  L.  I.,  N.  Y.      ■ 

Harold    Livingston    Reed    Thomas, 

(19  E.  4th  St.,  Mount  Vernon,  N.  Y.) 

Jacob  Thompson,  Jr., 

(Helena,  Ark.) 

Edward  Day  Thurston,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  OS;  M.  E.,  07;  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon; 
Sigma  Xi;  General  Honors  (1);  associate  editor. 
Spectator  (3);  Assistant  Professor,  Mechanical 
Engineering  Columbia  University;  contributor 
of  articles  to  various  scientific  journals;  mem. 
Engineers'  Club;  American  Society  Mechanical 
Engineers,  Society  Automobile  Engineers, 
American  Society  Refrigerating  Engineers. 
117th  St.  and  Bway.  and  521  W.  112th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Joseph  Tolins, 

(751  Howard  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Crenelle  Bertram  Tompkins, 

A.  B.,  05;  M.  D.,  08;  Physician.  59  Main  St. 
and  Broad  St  and  Maple  Ave.,  Flemington, 
N.  J. 

John  L.  Tonnele,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  05;  Phi  Delta  Theta;  Real  Estate;  mem. 
Columbia  University  and  Wee  Burn  Country 
Clubs.  46  Cedar  St.,  care  Wm.  A.  White  & 
Sons,  and  157  E.  81st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stillman  Dana  Townsend, 

A.  B.,  05;  jun.  yr.  honors;  Supervising  Prin- 
cipal Schools,  Fanwood,  N.  J.  Russell  Road, 
Fanwood,  N.  J. 

Hugh  Peters  Treat, 

(542  W.  124th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

George  Washington  Tucker,  Jr., 

(50  Church  St..  N.  Y.  C.) 

John  Dash  Van  Buren,  Jr.,* 

d.   1905. 

Norman  W.  Van  Nostrand, 

A.  B.,  OS;  LL.  B.,  07;  Delta  Phi;  Phi  Delta 
Phi;  Nacoms;  Philo. ;  mgr.  freshman  crew,  05; 
bus.  mgr.,  Columbian,  05;  do.  junior  ball,  OS; 
Real  Estate;  (Management  of  Properties); 
treas.  Gaines,  Van  Nostrand  &  Morrison,  Inc.; 
mem.  Columbia  University  and  Delta  Phi  Clubs. 
206  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  41  Montgomery  PI., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Louis  Beach  Vreeland, 

(612  Elizabeth  Ave.,  Charlotte,  N.  C.) 

J.  Laurence  Waldron, 

A.  B.,  05;  E.  M.,  07;' Assoc.  Mem.  Am.  Soc. 
Mech.  En^s;  Transit  Development  Co..  Kent 
and  Division  Aves  and  652a  Lafayette  Ave., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y. 


Harold  W.  Webb, 

A.  B.,  05;  Ph.  D.,  09;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc; 
honors  in  mathematics;  Asst.  Prof,  of  Physics, 
Columbia  Univ.;  mem.  Columbia  Coll.  Alumni 
Assn.;  mem.  N.  Y.  Yacht  Club.  Columbia 
University,  N.  Y.  C. 


J 


esse  Weil, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B.,  08;  Lawyer;  mem.  City 
Athletic  Club.  50  Broad  and  260  W.  78th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.   C. 

Robert  Jenkins  White, 

A.  B.,  OS;  LL.  B.,  08;  Debating  Soc;  King's 
Crown;  Mgr.  Freshman  football  team,  01;  Cane 
Spree  Com,,  freshman  yr.;  Military  Goods, 
Wholesale.  3  Water  and  29  W.  95th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Arthur  Livingston  Willis, 

(75  Maple  Ave.,  Flushing,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Oscar  B.  Wiren, 

(Boston,  Mass.) 

Chalmers  Wood,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  05;  Delta  Phi;  Nacoms;  King's  Crown; 
freshman  football,  football  squad,  track  team; 
pres.  freshman  class;  sophomore  show;  'varsity 
show;  pres.  King's  Crown;  Stock  Broker •  mem. 
Johnson  &  Wood;  mem.  Racquet  and  Tennis 
Columbia  University,  Essex  Fox  and  Hounds 
C^lubs  and  Country  Club  of  Westchester.  Ill 
Bway.  and  723  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Custavus  Adolphus  Younger, 

A.  B.,  05;  Philolexian;  Deutscher  Verein; 
managing  editor,  Spectator;  class  historian; 
Pulitzer  scholarship;  Stocks  and  Bonds,  with 
Hartshorne  &  Picabia,  members  New  York 
Stock  Exchange;  night  city  editor  and  financial 
editor,  A^.  Y.  Press;  mem.  Columbia  University 
Club.  7  Wall  St..  N.  Y.  C.  and  41  Hatfield 
Ave.,   Port   Richmond,    Staten   Island,   N.   Y. 

Ceorge  Vreeland  Zeiger, 

(138  Park  St.,   Montclair.  N.  J.) 

1906 

Joshua  Louis  Amberg, 

A.  B.,  06;  bus.  mgr.  of  Morningside;  Debating 
Soc ;  Sec.  and  Treas.  of  Louis  Amberg  &  Son. 
32  Union  Sq.  E.,  and  Bretton  Hall  Hotel,  N. 
Y.  C. 

George  Ashforth, 

A.  B.,  06;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Real  Estate 
Agent;  niem.  of  Columbia  University  Club  and 
Men's  Club  of  New  Rochelle.  10  E.  33d  St., 
N.  Y.  C.  and  17  Field  Ave.,  New  Rochelle  N.  Y. 

Edward  C.  Bailly, 

A.  B.,  06;  LL.  B.,  09;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Colum- 
bia Law  Review;  Lawyer;  1st  Lieut.,  12th  Inf., 
N.  G.  S.,  N.  Y.;  mem.  N.  Y.  State  Bar  Assn. 
and  Sons  of  the  Revolution.  24  Broad  and 
454  W.    149th    Sts.,  N.  Y.   C. 

Henry  McC.  Bangs, 

A.  B.,  06;  Psi  Upsilon;  Broker.     61  Bway.  and  , 
160  W.  59th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  E.  Bartlett,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  06;  Alpha  Delta  Phi;  Cotton  Merchant 
and  Broker;  Board  of  Managers,  Cotton  Ex- 
change. 22  Exchange  Place  and  500  West  End 
Ave.,  N.  y.  C. 

Charles  Bronk  Batchelor, 

(318  W.  S7th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


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GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


207 


Nelson  K.  Benton, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09;  Physician.  154  Clinton 
Ave.,  Newark.  N.  J. 

Amedeo  A.  Bertini, 

A.  B.,  06;.LL.  B.,  09;  Lawyer.  44  Cedar  St. 
and  1S4  Bleecker  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Joseph  Peter  Blechm^n, 

■A.  B.,  06;  Lawyer.     154  Nassau  and  4  E.  119th 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Albert  Blumen'stiel, 

165  Broadway  and  108  E  60th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

David  Perry  Bogue, 

16  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and  594,  3d  St.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y. 

Jacques  L.'Boisse, 

Zeta  Psi;  Lawyer;  Dir.  Kelly-Field  Co.  and 
Motor  Car  Repair  Co.;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  and 
N.  Y.  Athletic  Clubs.  18  E.  41st  and  150 
W.  87th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Eugene  Lyons  Bondy, 

A.  B.,  06;  LL.  B.,  08;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Attcrney-at-Law.  366  Bway.  and  317  W.  -Pgth 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Alexander  Samuel  Boyd,  Rev.,* 

d.   1907. 

John  Neville  Boyle, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  08;  LL.  B.,  08;  Signia  Alpha 
Epsilon;  'Varsity  crew,  04-05-06,  capt.  07; 
Bd.  Student  I^eps..  07;  sen.  class,  v.-pres. ; 
v.-pres.  08,  Law;  Lawyer;  'mem.  Columbia,  N. 
Y.  Athl.  Club  and  Assn.  of  the  Bar.  61  Bway. 
and  42  E.  29th  i  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Julius  Brandau, 

(626  E.  29th  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Frank  Cornish  Brown, 

A.  B.,  06;  intercollegiate  cham]}ion,  06;  capt. 
swimming  team,  06;  intercollegiate  relay,  04- 
06;  WiUya-Overland  Ca..;  mem.  University 
(Buffalo),  Toledo  and  Rotary  (Buffalo)  ■  Clubs. 
614  W.  148th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Murray  Bruce, 

(615,  52d  St.,  N.  Y.) 

Kenneth  Bulkley, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09;  Psi  Upsilon;  Physician; 
asst.  surg.  Bellevue  Hosp.;  mem.  Univ.  and 
Columbia  Univ.  Clubs.  67  W.  12th  St..  N. 
Y.  C. 

Grant  Burns, 

A'  B.,  06;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  tennis  team; 
Coffee  Merchant.     601  W.   115th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Erskine  Campbell,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  06;  Episcopal  Clergyman;  Head  Master, 
St.  Andrew's  School,  Sewanee,  Tenn.  Holy 
Cross  House.  West  Park,  N.  Y,. 

Hyman  Caroline 

Wilbur  Larremore  Caswell,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  06;  Barnard  Literary  Society;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  highest  general  honors;  Seminary 
Greek  Prize;  Alumni  Prize  of  $50,  graduating 
class;  Clergyman;  mem.  N.  Y.  Churchmen's 
Association.  1  W.  53d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  218, 
6th  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 


Frank  William  Chambers, 

A.  B.,  06;  LL.  B.,  09;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Law- 
yer; mem.  Columbia  University  and  Pelham 
Country  Clubs.  22  William  St.  and  2  St. 
Nicholas  Place.  N.  Y.   C. 

Albert  Bernard  Cheadle  [1908], 

(130   Claremont  Ave.,   N.   Y.   C.) 

Abraham  Broderick  Cohen, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  09.  (1320  26th  St.,  Bkln., 
N.  Y.) 

Belmont  Corn, 

A.  B.,  06;  Delta  Sigma  Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Purchasing    Agent,    F.    I.    A.    T. ;    mem.    City 
-  Ath^.  Club,  N.  Y.  City.     Care  F.  I.  A.  T.  arid 
9  Adriance  Ave.,  Poughkeepsie,  N.  Y. 

Bernard  S.  Denzer,. 

A  B.,  06;  M.  D:,  10,  Johns  Hopkins  Med.  Sch.; 
Physician;  adj.  attending  phys.  Lebanon 
Hosp. ;  asst.  admitting  phys.  German  Hosp. ; 
Fellow  N.  Y.  Acad.  Medicine.  \  W.  85th  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

William  Beck  Devoe, 

LL.  B.,  08,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.  (520  Valley  Rd., 
Montclair,  N.  J.) 

Fletcher  Gardner  Downs, 

E.  M.,  08.  (75  Fairview  Ave.,  Jersey  City, 
N.  J.)       . 

Ralph  Watson  Dox, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  09.  (84  Ontario 
St.,  Lockport,  N.  Y.) 

Henry  J.  Eckstein, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  09;  Merchant;  mem.  Advisory 
Comm.  of  People's  Music  League;  trustee, 
United  Hebrew  Charities;  dir.  Bronx  House; 
City  Club.  66  Broad. and  236  W.  75th  Sts., 
N.  Y.  C. 

August  Otto  Eimer, 

A.  B.,  06;  King's  Crown;  general  honors,  03, 
water  polo  team,  04-06,  intercollegiate  cham- 
pions, 05;  Asst.  Treas.  Eimer  &  Amend.  562 
W.  113th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edsall  DuBois  Elliott, 

M.  D..  09. 

Herbert  Waldo  Emsheiraer, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09;  Physician;  interne,  Mt. 
Sinai  Hosp.,  09-12;  chief  admitting  phys.,  do. 
12-13;  chief  internal  med.,  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp. 
Disp. ;  dist.  admitting  phys.,  Mt.  Sinai'  'Hosp. 
and  Disp.;  vis.  phys.,  Bedford  Consumptive 
Sanatorium;  mem.  County  Med.  and  Am.  Med. 
Assns.     251  W.  92d  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Leopold  Essex,  Rev., 

A.  B.,  06;  Delta  Upsilon;  general  honors,  fresh- 
man yr.;  Clergyman,  Protestant  Epis.  Ch.;  asst. 
Trinity  Ch.,  Newport,  R.  I.,  10-13;  asst.  rector, 
St.  Peter's  Ch.,  St.  Louis,  13.  St.  Peter's  Ch., 
Lindell  and  Spring  Aves.  and  229  N.  Vandc- 
venter  Ave.,  St.  Louis,  Mo. 

John  Hinman  Evans, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Nu 
Sigma  Nu;  King's  Crown;  Philolexian;  Class 
and  'Varsity  lacrosse  teams;  Phys.  and  Surg.; 
Health  Officer  (towns  Lewis  and  Elizabeth- 
town);  Phys.  Essex  County  Jail;  consult, 
phys.  Champlain  Valley  Hosp.;  mem.  Bd. 
Educ. ;  censor  and  mem.  Milk  Comm.  Essex 
Co.  Med.  Soc;  treas.  Elizabethtown  Fish  and 


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[1906 


Game  Club;  N.  Y.  State  Examiner  in  Lunacy; 
mem.  Mount  Raven  and  Elizabethtown  Fish 
and  Game  Clubs:  Am.  Med.  Assn.  Sanitary 
Officers  Assn.  Maple  St.,  Elizabethtown; 
N.   Y. 

Frank  Diehl  Fackenthal, 

A.  B.,  06;  sec.  of  Columbia  Univ.,  10;  chiei 
clerk,  do.  06-10;  sec.  Kahn  Foundation  for 
Foreign  Travel  of  Teachers;  mem.  Columbia 
Univ.  Club.  Columbia  University,  N.  Y.  C. 
and  930  St.  Mark's  Ave.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Robert  [Anthony]  Ferrari  (1905), 

A.  M.,  07;  LL.  B.,  11.  (327  E.  116th  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 


Sidney  Forsch, 


A."B.,  06;  Merchant;  mem.  Sunningdale  Country 
(Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y.),  Norwood  Golf  (West 
End,  N.  J.)  and  City  Athl.  Clubs.  39.-;,  4th 
Ave.  and  31  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  Henry  Fowler, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09;  post-graduate  work, 
Vienna;  Psi  ■  Upsilon;  general  honors  (1); 
Physician,  spec,  nose,  ear  and  throat;  house 
staff,  Presb.  Hosp.,  10-11;  asst.  surg.,  Manhat- 
tan Eye,  Ear,  Nose  and  Throat  Hosp.,  14; 
clinical  asst.  N,  Y.  Eye  and  Ear  Infmy. ;  mem. 
Univ.  Club,  County  and  State  Med.  Socs.  and 
Metropolitan  Art  Museum.  60  E.  68th  and  103 
E.  86th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Carleton  Palmer  Gantert, 

30  E.  42d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  408  Homestead 
Ave.,  Mt.  Vernon,  N.  Y. 

Melvin  Floyd  Gearhart, 

(Portageville,  N.  Y.) 

William  Montague  Geer,  Jr., 

A.   B.,   06;   LL.   B.,   08;   Delta  Phi;  Phi  Delta 
Phi    (Law):    Lawyer;    mem.    Columbia    Univ. 
I     Club  and  St.  Nicholas  Soc.     140  Bway.  and  60 
W.  84th  St..  N.  Y.  C. 

Norman  S.  Goetz, 

A.  B.,  06;  LL.  B.,  09;  Lawyer.  128  'Bway. 
and  105  E.  91st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Clarence  Thayer  Gordon, 

A.  B.,  06;  Delta  Tau  Delta;  Boys'  Work  Sec. 
Y.  M.  C.  A.  Greenwood  and  Olden  Aves  and 
406  Ardmore  Ave.,  Trenton,  N.  J. 

Gerhard  Ernest  Hugo  Greeff  (1905), 

A.  M.,  06.     (342  W.  72d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Carl  Haner,  Jr., 

A.  B^  06;  C.  E.',  11;  Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Theta 
Nu  Epsilon;  Winner  Illig  Medal;  mem.  Phi 
Lambda  Upsilon,  (hon.  Chem.  Soc;);  Sigma 
Xi;  winner  3  Pulitzer  scholarships,  3  Vander- 
bilt  scholarships;  Chem.  and  Metallurgical 
Eng. ;  Am.  Brake  Shoe  and  Foundry  Co.;  In- 
dustrial Fellowship  (3  yrs.);  mem.  Am.  Chem. 
Soc.  Am.  "^Brake  Shoe  and  Foundry  Co.,  Mah- 
wah,  N.  J.  and  Suffern,  N.  Y. 

Hugo  Heiman, 

(Little  Rock,  Ark.) 

George  Cornelius  Hill, 

(Mahopac  Falls,  N.  Y.) 

Stuart  McAlles  Hirschberg, 

(Grand  Ave.,  Newburgh,  N.  Y.) 

Ken  Hoshino, 

(Blagdon,   Bristol,   Eng.) 


Floyd 


Samuel  S.  Isaacs, 

A.  B.,  06;  LL.  B.,  08;  General  Honors,  02; 
Clinton  Club;  Intercoll.  Zion  Society;  Philhar- 
monic Society;  Lawyer;  member  Dem.  Co, 
Com.;  member  Palestine  Lrf)dge,  204,  F.  and  A. 
M.;  Director  Ohel  Torah  (Free  Talmudical 
School);  Jefferson  Democratic  Club  (trustee). 
117  Columbia  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Isya  Joseph, 

A.   B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07. 

Maxwell  Meyer  Kahn, 

(66  St.  Mark's  PI.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Gordon  H.  Kaiser, 

A.  B.,  06;  Cotton  Goods  Converter;  Secretary 
and  Treasurer,  Max  Kaufmann  &  Co.;  member 
Alumni  Association  Columbia  University.  45 
Leonard  and  345  W.  88fh  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C: 

Yates  Keeler, 

A.  B.,  06;  Delta  Tau  Delta;  King's  Crown; 
Rowing  Club;  Philolexian  Society;  Deutscher 
Verein;  Churchmen's  Association;  Christian 
Association;  Track  Association;  Spectator,  As- 
sociate Editor;  ed.  Settlement  Work;  Freshman 
Track  Team;  Chairman  Senior  Class  Day 
and  Commenc.  Comm. ;  2d  Vice-President,  I. 
W.  Lyon  &  Sons,  Inc.;  Director  Whitnoyl  Corp, 
Creta  Creme  Co.  and  Association  National  Ad- 
vertisers, also  member  Executive  Comm.;  mem- 
ber Columbia  University;  Delta  Tau  Delta;  Ad- 
vertising Men's  (N.  Y.  C.)  Knickerbocker 
Golf,  Englewood  Golf  and  Englewood  Field 
Clubs.  520  W.  27th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  North 
Salem,  N.  Y. 

Julius  Kendler, 

LL.  B.,  08.      (149  Broadway,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Fletcher  Irvin  Krauss, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Physician. 
Main  St.,  Chatham,  N.  J. 

Hampton  Lee, 

432,  4th  Ave.  and  31  W,.  llth  St.,,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frank  Benedict  Lippmann, 

A.  B.,  06;  Honors  Senior  yr. ;  Photographer, 
Apeda  Studio.  212  W.  48th  and  60  E.  91st 
Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Irving  Howard  Loder, 

A.  B.,  06;  Surveyor  with  Lawyers  Title  & 
Trust  Co.  160  Bway,  N.  Y.  C.  and  62  Glen 
Ave.,  Port  Chester,  N.  Y. 

Edward  W.  McDonald, 

P.  O.  Bldg.,  and  440  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C. 

Robert  W.  Macbeth, 

A.  B.,  06;  Beta  Theta  Pi;  Blue  Pencil; 
Dealer  in  Paintings,  by  American  Artists; 
Board  Directors,  Art  Alliance  of  America; 
member  Columbia  and  South  Orange  Field 
Clubs.  450,  5th  Ave,  N.  Y.  C.  and  134  Hey- 
wood  Ave.,  Orange,  N.  J. 

Charles  Douglas  Macdonald, 

(417  Riverside  Drive,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  Marcus 
James  Philip  Marston, 

(Hallowell,  Me.) 

Robert  Hugh  Marwick, 

A.  B.,  06;  C.  E.  10.     (Petrolia,  Ont.,  Canada.) 


1906] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


209 


Albert  Edward  Maves, 

A,  B.,  06;  A.  M.  and  LL.  B.,  08.  114  E.  Slsl 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Samuel  Mendelson, 

A.  B.,  05;  LL.  B. — ;  Lawyer.  233  Bway.  and 
1947,  7th  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Gilston  Moore,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  06;  Theta  Delta  Chi;  "C"  hasketball; 
Banker.  24  Broad  and  605  W.  142d  Sts.,  N. 
Y.  C. 

Eli  Morris  Nathan, 

(35  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Edwafd  Joseph  O'Connell, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  11.     (340  Dean  St.,  Bkln.) 

Marcus  L.  Osk, 

135  B'way.  and  611    vV^.  114th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Ensign  Bennett  Pardee, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09.  (74  W.  48th  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Robert  Matson  Perry, 

A.  B.,  06;  E.  M.,  08;  S  A.  E.;  General  Superin- 
tendent Moffat  Coal  Co.,;  member  American 
Institute  Mechanical  Engineers.  Oak  Creek, 
Colo. 

Walter  H.  Pollak, 

111    B'way.   and    135    W.    87th    St.,   N.   Y.    C. 

William  Redfield  Porter, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07;  L.L  B.,  08.  (149  W.  73d 
St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Daniel  de  Vere  Raymond, 

111  B'way.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  325  Fairmount  Ave., 
Tompkinsville,  S.  I.,  N.  Y. 

Alfred  Ernst  Rejall, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07;  King's  Crown;  Barnard 
Literary;  Deutscher  Verein;  Rowing  Club; 
Educ.  Dir.  23d  St.  Y.  M.  C.  A.;  fellow  in 
Psychology,  Columbia  Univ.;  Scholar  in  Educ. 
Teachers'  Coll.;  Am.  Acad.  Adv.  Science; 
Natl.  Educ.  Assn.;. Public  Educ.  Assn.  215  W. 
23d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  54  Tompkins  PI.,  Bkln, 
N.  Y. 

Robert  M.  Richter, 

2  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Stanley  L.  Richter, 

A.  B.,  06;  Lawyer;  Deputy  Asst.  Dist.  Atty:, 
10-16.     Ill  Bdway.  and  68  E.  79th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Gilbert  L,.  Rosenberg, 

60  B'way.  and  58  Central  Park,  W.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Leo  Brooks  Rosenthal, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09;  Omega  Pi  Alpha; 
Physician;  Asso.  Attg.  Phys.  People's  Hosp.; 
Asst.  Attg.  Phys.  and  Lecturer  in  Med.,  Poly- 
clinic Hosp.;  Chief  of  Clinic,  Polyclinic  Hosp. 
Disp.;  Attg.  Phys.  German  Hosp.  Disp.;  Med. 
Dir.  Y.  M.  Hebrew  Assn.;  mem.  Am.  Med. 
Assn.  and  Clinical  Socs.  German  and  Poly- 
clinic Hosps.     1  W.  89th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Frank  Sample, 

(Newcastle,  Colo.) 

Samuel  Schiffman  (Shipraan), 

The  Friars'  Club  and  430  Columbus  Ave., 
N.  Y.  C. 


Earle  Scott, 

LL.  B.,  N.  Y.  Law  Sch.  (27  William  St., 
N.  Y.  C.) 

Pixley  ka  Isak  a  Seme, 

(Inanda,  Natal,   S.  Africa.) 

Walter  Sichel, 

A.  B.,  06;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Eichberg  &  Co. 
65   Nassau  and   600   W.    146th   Sts.,   N.   Y.   C. 

C.  O'C.  Sloane, 

A.  B.,  06;  E.  M.,  09;  Tau  Beta  Pi;  Mechanical 
Eng.  Soc;  Newman  Club;  Pres.  Phonograph 
Sales  Co.;  mem.  Am.  Soc.  Mech.  Engrs.  861 
Broad  St.,  Newark,  N.  J.  and  90  Sterling  Ave., 
Orange,  N.  J. 

Herbert  Henry  Sohn, 

74  Bway.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  L,eo  Solomon, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07;  Harvard  Univ.;  The 
Scribblers;  General  Honors;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Head  Res.,  Council  Educ.  Alliance,  Cleveland; 
Pres.  Settlement  Univ.;  mem.  Municipal  Recre- 
ation Advisory  Com.;  Dir.  Legal  Aid  Soc; 
Playhouse  Co.;  mem.  Saturday  Evening  and 
City  Clubs;  Council  Sociology.  3754  Woodland 
Ave.,  Cleveland,  Ohio. 

Kenneth  M.  Spence, 

A.  B.,  06;  LL.  B.,  09;  Delta  Kapoa  Epsilon; 
Phi  Delta  Phi;  Nacoms;  Lawyer;  Assistant  U. 
S.  Attorney;  member  Larchmont  Yacht  'and 
Columbia  University  Clubs.  60  Wall  and  320 
W.  75th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Edward  Frederick  Spitz, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07;  LL.  B.  09;  Delta  Sigma 
Rho;  Freshman  and  Sophomore  Debating 
Teams;  Varsity'  Debating  Team,  06;  Lawyer; 
Associated  with  firm  Stroock  &  Stroock, 
Counsel  National  Premium  Advertising  Assoc- 
iation ;  Author  of  Legal .  Works ;  mem.  Cassia 
Lodge,  No.  445,  F.  &  A.  M.  (Brooklyn).  30 
Broad  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  265  Kosciusko  St.,' 
Bkln.,  N.   Y. 

Stanley  Harold  Steiner, 

A.   B.,  06;  M.  D.,  09.     (2307  Lyon  Ave.) 

Charles  Arthur  Stewart, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07;  Ph.  D.,  12;  Assoc.  Prof. 
Univ.  Id.      (Moscow,  Idaho.) 

Guy  Cadwallader  Stockton, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  14;  Supt.  Shanghai  Am. 
School;  Prin.  'Victor  High  Sch.,  1907-09;  Supt. 
Schools,  Eugene,  Oregon,  09-13.  147  N. 
Szechuen  Road,  Shanghai,  China. 

James  Leroy  Stockton, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  special 
honors,  06;  Prin.  Normal  Elementary  Sch.  369 
Johnson  St.,  Winona,  Minn.         i 

Henry  Pemberton  Sturges, 

A.  B.,  06;  Delta  Psi;  Banker;  mem.  Columbia 
Univ.  Club.  60  Bway.  and  116  E.  36th  St.. 
N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Allen  Thomas, 

A.  B.,  o6;  C.  E.,  o8.  (1013  Maple  Ave.,  Terre 
Haute,  Ind.) 

John  N.  Thurlow, 

A.  B.,  06;  Glee  Club;  Insurance;  mem.  Univ. 
(Bkln.),  and  Bkln.  Tennis  Clubs.  100  Wil- 
'*»"  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  283  Sterling  St.,  Bkln., 


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Percy  Blackford  Tripp  (Miss), 

(Y.  M.   C.   A.,  Tientsin,   China.) 

Alexander  Lee  Wallau, 

25  W.  31st  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Cedarhurst,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Kenneth  Seymour  Webb, 

A.  B.,  o6;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Columbia  Univer- 
sity Players;  King's  Crown;  Philolexian;  Au- 
thor, 'Varsity  Shows,  05-06-09-15;  coach  'Var- 
scity  Shows,  14-15;  Dramatist;  Stage  Director; 
member  The  Lambs,  Columbia  University  and 
Englewood  Country  Clubs.  248  W.  1020.  St., 
N.  Y.  C. 

Charles  Laidlaw  Williams, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  ani  LL.  B.,  08.  (27  S. 
Clinton  St.,  E.  Orange,  N.  J.) 

I.  Maurice  Wormser, 

A.  B.,  06;  LL.  B.,  09;  Delta  Sigma  Rho;  Phi 
Beta  Ka^pa;  highest  final  gen.  hons.  scholar- 
ship; Ed.  Columbia  Law  Review,  Law  School; 
Lawyer;  Vxai:  Fordham  Univ.  Law  Sch.;  Ad- 
dressed Am.  Bar  Assn.  Oct.,  14;.  Life  mem.  N. 
Y.  LaV  Institute.  35  Nassau  St.  and  281 
Edgecombe  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Howard  Henry  Worzel, 

(578  Prospect,   W.   New  Brighton,   S.   I.) 

Ernest  H.  Wright  (1905), 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  07;  Ph.  D.,  '10;  Vanderbilt 
Scholar,  03-05;  Proudfit  Fellow  in  Letters,  07- 
10!  Prof.  Col.  Univ.;  Author;  mem.  Modern 
Language  Assn.;  Authors'  and  Players',  Colum- 
bia Univ.  and  Faculty  Clubs.  Collimbia  Uni- 
versity, N.  Y.  C. 

Benno  M.  Wronker, 

A.  B.,  o6;  M.  D.,  og;  Phys.;  Adj.  Attg.  Phys. 
Sydenham  Hosp. ;  Attg.  Phys.  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp.; 
O.  P.  D.  in  both  in  Pediatrics;  mem.  County 
and  State  Med.  Socs.  and  Am.  Med.  Assn. 
296  Central   Park  W.,   N.  Y.   C. 

BACHELORS  OF  SCIENCE. 

Ralph  Allison  Adams, 

(Whitestone;   N.  Y.  C.) 

Robert  Casamajor, 

B.  S.,  06;  pres.  "The  Loopost  Binder  Co.  225 
E.  4th  St.,  Los  Angeles  and  1551  Diamond 
Ave.,  South  Pasadena,  Calif. 

Sydney  Bradshaw  Jacobs, 

(608  W.  113th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.)  , 

Henry  James  Kline, 

A.  M.,  08.  (640  Madison  Ave.,  Paterson, 
N.  J.) 

1907 

William  Henry  Allen,  Jr., 

,  (35  W.  32d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Waldo  Adams  Amos,  Rev.  (1906), 

B.  D.  Epis.  Theol.  Sch.,  09.  (157  Montague 
St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Horace  Thurber  Aplington, 

A.  B.,  07;  Lieut.  Cavalry,  U.  S.  Army;  mem. 
Col.  Univ.  Club,  Sons  of  the  Revolution.  Care 
The  Adjutant-General,  U.  S.  Army,  Wash- 
ington, D.  C. 


Adolph  Bangser, 

A.  B.,  07;  LL.  B.,  09';  Omeiga  Pi  Alpha;  Law- 
yer; member  Mt.  Neboh  Lodge  F.  &  A.  M. 
No.  257  and  New  York  County  Lawyers'  As- 
sociation. .  55    Liberty   St.,   N.   Y.    C. 

Philip  Baum, 

A.  B.,  07;  'Varsity  Lacrosse;  Lawyer.  35 
Nassau  and  124  E.  115th  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Harold  Kennedy  Bell, 

A.  B.,  07;  M.  D.,  10;  Phys.  and  SUrg.;  asst. 
attg.  Surg.  Meth.  Epis.  Hosp.;  do.,  Kingston 
Ave.  Hosp.;  assoc.  phys.  Home  of  Destitute 
Children;  mem.  State  and  Co.  Med.  Socs.; 
Med.  Digest  and  Kings  Co.  Tenijis  Clubs; 
Hosp.  Surg.  Assn.;  M.  E.  Hosp.  Alumhi  Assn. 
825   President   St.,   Bkln.,   N.  Y. 

Samuel  Cranston  Benson, 

(30s  Barclay  St.,  Flushing,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Louis  Berkowitz, 

A.  B.,  07;  A.  M.,  09.  (283  Wallabout  St., 
Bkln.,  N.  Y.) 

Oscar  A.  Berman, 

910,  1st  Natl.  Bk.  Bldg.  and  250  Northern  Ave., 
Cincinnati,  Ohio. 

Henry  C.  Betjemann, 

A.  B.,  07;  Clerk.  60  B'way.  and  230,  3d 
Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Bierman, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  09.  (431  E.  85th  St.,  N. 
Y.  C.) 

Julius  Blum, 

A.  B.,  06;  M.  D.,  10;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Phys.; 
Path.  Hebrew  Infant  Asyl.;  mem.  Alumni 
Assn.,  Mt.  Sinai  Hosp.;  Assoc.  Alumni,  Phi 
Beta  Kappa.     550  W.   157th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Henry  Blumberg, 

A.  B.,  06;  A.  M.,  08.  (268  Stockton  St., 
Bkln.,   N.  Y.) 

Frederick  Nathan  BoUes, 

Phi  Sigma  Kappa;  Asst.  Mgr.  'Varsity  Track 
team;  Tackle  on  Fresh,  and  Soph.  Football 
teams;  Substitute  'Varsity  Football  team;  Mgr. 
N.  Y.  Edison  Co.;  mem.  N.  Y.  Athletic,  Co- 
lumbia, Univ.  and  Durwoodie  Country  Clubs. 
130  E.  15th  St.  and  18  Gramercy  Park,  N.  Y.  C. 

"Walter  Joseph  Brennan, 

(2  W.   75th   St.,   N.   Y.   C.) 

Charles  Raymond  Brodix,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  07;  J.  D.,  14,  N.  Y.  U.;  King's  Crowh; 
Rowing  Club;  Ed.-in-Chief,  07  Class  Book; 
Lawyer.     109  E.  61st  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Weedman  Brodix, 

A.  B.,  07;  Delta  Phi,  Nacoms,  King's  Crown; 
Captain  Track  Team;  Chairman  Student 
-Board  Representatives;  President  Senior  Class; 
Manager  Spectator,  07;  do.  Columbian  Month- 
ly; do.  Jester:  Farmer.  109  E.  61st  St.,  N. 
Y.    C.   and  Jobstown,   N.  J. 

Bernard  Campbell, 

A.  B.,  07;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Circulus  Latinus; 
Barnard  Soc;  sen.  Greek  prize;  Priest,  P.  E. 
Ch.;  alt.  to  Genl.  Conv. ;  chrmn.  Court  of  Ar- 
ray, Fla.     301  W.  Main  St.,  N.  Gainesville,  Fla. 


John 


1907] 


GRADUATES  IN  ARTS 


211 


William  Morgan  Carpenter, 

A.  B.,  07;  C.  E.,  09;  Theta  Beta  Pi;  Sigma 
Xi;  Deutscher  Verein;  Philolexian;  King's 
Crown;  Camp  Columbia  Club;  asst  Engineer, 
Chicago  Subway  Comm.  Home  Insurance 
^Idg.,  Chicago,  III.  and  417  W.  n7th  St.,  N. 
Y.   C. 

Henry  E.  Chapin, 

A.  B.,  07;  LL.  B.,  10;  Delta  Upsilon;  Sen. 
Soc.  of  Nacoms;  Ed.-in-Chief,  Spectator;  Law- 
yer; Col.  Univ.  Club.  52  William  St.,  N.  Y. 
C.  and  65  FairView  Ave.,  New  Brighton,  S.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Harry  Joshua  Chelimer  (1906), 

(18  W.   123d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Frank  Chodorov, 

(308  Mercer  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Thomas  Fayette  Clark 
Edward  Trowbridge  Collins, 

(341   Owen  Ave.,  Lansdowne,  Pa.) 

Kenneth  Benedict  Collins,* 

A.  B.,  07;  Psi  Upsilon;  Univ.  Glee  Club; 
pres.  Y.  M.  C.  A.;  Mgr.  Baseball  Team,  07; 
'Varsity  Show;  Political  Club;  Class  Cane 
Spree;  baseball  and  football  teams;  Numerals 
baseball  "C";  Mgr.  baseball;  Trustee,  Dir.  and 
•  Pres.  Collins  &  Aikman  Co.,  Mfg.  and  Sale 
Upholstery  Plush.     225  W.'  80th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

George  Frederick  Comstock, 

A.  B.,  07;  Met.  E.,  09;  Sigma  Xi;  Glee  Club; 
intercoll.  chess  team,  07-08;  lUig  medal,  09; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Metallographist  in  charge 
Physical  Testing  Lab.  Titanium  Alloy  Mfg.  Co. 
Lafayette  and  Sugar  Sts.  and  437,  12th  St., 
Niagara  Falls,  N.  Y.  • 

Charles  Floyd  Cornell, 

(33  Alsop,  Jamaica,  N.  Y.  C.  ) 

Frank  Alexander  Dickey, 

A.  B.,  07;  Spectator, ■  Cadmus  Club;  treas.  class 
07;  Registrar  Columbia  University;  sec.  Col- 
umbia Univ.  Comm.  on  Athletics  and  Board 
Directors  Columbia  Univ.  Athletic  Assns;  1st 
v.-pres.  Am.  Assn.  of  Collegiate  Registrars. 
Columbia  University,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Grand 
View,  Nyack,  N.  Y. 

Walter  S.  Doernberg, 

A.  B.,  07;  LL.  B.,  09;  Lawyer;  mem.  Unity 
and  12th  Assembly  Dist.  Rep.  Clubs  of  Bkln. 
27  Cedar  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  88  Prospect  Park 
W.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Henry  Western  Eastman, 

(Roslyn,  N.  Y.) 

Elias  Alexander  Edelstein, 

(112  E.   17th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Harry  D.  Egbert, 

A.  B.,  07;  E.  M.,  10;  Sigma  Xi;  Phi  Beta 
Kappa;  Debating  Union;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc; 
King's  Crown;  Cadmus  Club;  Mech.  Eng.  Soc; 
Recipient  Illig  medal,  10;  Alumni  Prize  (most 
faithful  and  deserving  student),  07;  Eng.  with 
Research  Corporation;  Junior  mem.  Am.  Soc. 
Mech  Engrs.  63  Wall  St.,  N.  Y.  C.  and  626 
Lenox  Ave.,  Westfield,  N.  J. 

Maurice  George  Ellenbogen, 

A  B  07;  LL.  B.,  10,  Harvard;  Bernard  Lit. 
Soc;    Sophomore    Debating   Team,    05;    Curtis 


Oratorical  Contest,  2d  prize,  06;  Lawyer;  mem. 
Harvard  Club,  Rochester,  Masonic  connections. 
Knights  of  Pythias,  Elks,  Chamber  Commerce, 
Rochester  Athletic  Club  and  Rochester  Bar 
Assn.  34  Trust  Bldg.  and  19  Berkshire  St., 
Rochester,  N.  Y. 

William  Morris  Feigenbaum, 

A.  B.,  07;  A.  M.,  08;  Freshman  Debate;  pres. 
Socialist  Club;  member  class  track  team;  alt. 
Soph.  Debating  team;  class  stripes;  Statisti- 
cian P.  S.  Comm.;  Del.  State  .socialist  Conv., 
14}  do,  '16;  Socialist  candidate,  15;  mem.  Am. 
Socialist,  and  Inter  Coll.  Socialist  Socs. ;  Assn. 
of  Statisticians  and  Accountants.  120  B'way 
N.  Y.  C.  and  1514,  76th  St.,  Bkln.,  N.  Y. 

Philip  Arthur  Fischer, 

A.  B.,  07;  teacher  of  art,  Stuyv.esant  High  Sch. 
345  E.  15th  and  137  W.  141st  Sts.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Herbert  Forsch, 

(31  W.  86th  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Louis  D.  Frohlich, 

A.  B.,  07;  Lawyer.  135  Broadway  and  420  W. 
129th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Percy  A.  Gordon,* 

A.  B.,  07;  LL.  B'.,  09;  pres,  Philolexian  Soc; 
ed.-in-chief  Columbia  Monthly  and  Spectator; 
Lawyer;  perm.  sec.  class  07;  treas.  North  Hud- 
son Lawyers*  Club;  mem.  Col.  Univ.  (N.  Y.) 
and  Univ.  Club,  Hudson  Co.,  N.  J.  d.  Dec. 
10,  1915. 

John  McVickar  Haight, 

A.  B.,  07;  Delta  Psi;  fresh,  crew;  Col.  Rowing 
Club,  05-07;  clergy;  missny.  Cody,  Wyo.,  10-13; 
actg.  chapl.  U.  S.  M.  A.,  West  Point,  N.  Y., 
July  and  Aug.,  13 ;  rector  Ch.  Holy  Innocents, 
Highland  Falls,  N.  Y.,  July  13  to  date.-  Holy 
Innocents'  Rectory,  Highland  Falls,  N.  Y. 

Frank  C.  Hall, 

A.  B.,  07;  Delta  Tau  Delta;  vice-president 
Stewart-Hees  Co.,  Inc.,  importers.  25  W.  45th 
St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Harris,  Jr., 

Hudson  Theatre,  N.  Y.  C.  and  Bayside,  L.  I., 
N.  Y. 

Lester  Harrisson, 

A.  B.,  07;  A.  M.,  08;  generalized  1907;  Phi 
Beta  Kappa;  lawyer.  2  Rector  St.,  N."  Y.  C. 
and  90  Downing  St.,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Robert  H.  Haskell, 

A.  B.,  07;  M.  D.,  lo;  Univ.  Mich.;  Delta  Tau 
Delta;  Nu  Sigma  Nu;  Alpha  Omega  Alpha; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  valedictorian  of  class; 
honors  in  zoology,  06;  general  honors,  05;  Physi- 
cian; medical  siipt.  Ionia  State  Hospital; 
instructor  in  anatomy,  Syracuse  University, 
10-12;  instructor  in  psychiatry.  University  of 
Michigan,  12-15;  first  assistant  physician 
State  Psychopathic  Hospital,  Ann  Arbor, 
Mich.;  member  American  Medical  Association, 
American  Med.-Psycholog.  Association;  De- 
troit Society  of  Neurology  and  Psychiatry. 
Ionia  State  Hospital,  Ionia,  Mich. 

Lewis  French  Stearns  Hawes 
Warner  M.  Hawkins, 

Pianist;  Faculty  Inst.  Musical  Art.  120  Clare- 
mont  Ave.  and  514  E.  87th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Lawrence    Herman     Hellenberg, 
(1906), 

(241  W.  102d  St.,  N.  Y.  C.) 


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COLUMBIA    COLLEGE 


[1907 


Edwin  Henes,  Jr., 

A.  B.,  07j  M.  D.,  10;  Physician;  internal  medi- 
cine; assistant  adj.  phys  German  Hospital; 
attending  physician  German  Hospital  dispensary; 
member  alumni  P.  &  S.,  and  German  Hospital 
Associations;  New  York  County  and  State  and 
German  Medical  Societies;  fellow  American 
Medical  Association.    829  Park  Ave.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Max  J.  Herzberg, 

A.  B.,  07;  jun.  honors  Eng. ;  H.  C.  Bunner  gold 
medal;  head  English' dept.  Central  High  Sch. 
High  and  Warden  Sts.,  and  24  Seymour  Ave., 
Newark,  N.  J. 

Ferris  Sands  Hetherington, 

A.  B.,  07;  LL.  B.,  Harvard.  (589  Watchung 
Road.,  Bound  Brook,  N.  J.) 

Paul  G.  Holter, 

A.  B.',  07;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc. ;  Circulo  Latinus; 
Deutscher  Vereiri;  (librarian)  Lutheran  Soc; 
third  place,  bronze  medal,  interclass  cross- 
country run ;  sec.  of  appointments ;  mem.  Luth- 
eran Soc.  N.  Y.  C.  (charter  mem.) ;  Col.  Civil 
Service  <I)om. ;  chrmn.  Univ.  Comm.  Inner  Mis- 
sion Soc. ;  mem.  Young  Republican'  Club  and 
Coll.  Alumni  Assn.  Columbia  Univ.  N.  Y.  C. 
and  173  Lenox  Road,  Brooklyn,  N.  Y. 

Frank  L.  Hopkins, 

A.  B.,  07;  Alpha  Chi  Rho;  Barnard  Lit.  Soc; 
Phi  Beta  Kappa;  journalist..  63  Park  Row,  N. 
Y.  C.  and  Sunnyside  Ave.,  Pleasantville,  N.  Y. 

Allen  Tilton  Hopping, 

A.  B.,  07;  LL.  B.,  10;  Phi  Kappa  Psi;  King's 
Crown;  Players'  Club;  Civic  Club;  St.  Paul's 
Soc;  asst.  business  mgr.  Spectator  1904; 
varsity  show  chorus  1004;  sophomore  ~  show 
cast  1905;  varsity  show  cast  '1905-9;  mgr. 
varsity  gymnastic  team  1907-09;  Glee  Club 
1907-09;  senior  class  day  committee  07;  author 
interpolated  songs,  varsity  show  07 ;  Intercol- 
legiate Gymnastic  Association,  v-pres.  1908- 
09;  executive  comm.,  senior  prom,  comm.,  07; 
Lawyer  and  Credit  Mgr.;  Credit  Mgr.  tJ.  S. 
Worsted  Sales  Co.,  Lawrence  Worsted  Mills  and 
Aetna  Mills;  formerly  sec.-treas.  and  dir.  Bon- 
nem  &  Co.,  Inc.  (N.  Y.) ;  mem.  bd.  trustees 
Church  of  St.  Andrew's-by-the-Sea.  AUenhurst, 
N.  J.;  mem.  Union  League  and  Columbia  Univ. 
Clubs;  Sons  of  the  Revolution;  Soc.  War  of 
1812;  Soc.  of  Colonial  Wars;  Veteran  Corps  of 
Artillery.  200,  5th  Ave.  and  220  Cathedral 
Parkway,  N.  Y.  C. 

William  Jabine, 

A.  B.,  07;  A.  M.,  09.'  (9  Morris  Crescent, 
Yonkers,  N.  Y.) 

Charles    [Frederick]     Havemeyer 
Jackson, 

(Westchester,  N.  Y.  C.) 

Charles  W.  Jackson, 

A.  B.,  07;  Delta  Psi;  v-pres.  Brooklyn  Eastern 
Dist.  Terminal.  129  Front  St.,  N.  Y.  C,  and 
Islip.L.  I,  N  Y 

David  Herman  Joseph, 

A  B.,  06;  bachelor's  diploma  teaching  English 
06,  Teachers'  Coll.;  Zionist  Soc;  Deutscher 
Verein;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  asst.  city  editor, 
(iare  N.  Y.  Times,  Times'  Annex  and  601  W. 
149th  St.,  N.  Y.  C. 

Walter  E.  Kelley, 

A.  B.,  07;  LL.  B.,  10;  Phi  Kappa  Psi;  Play- 
ers' 'Club;  Lawyer;  member  Lawyers'  Colum- 
bia University  and  Republican  Clubs.  27 
Cedar  St..  N.  Y.  C.  and  64  Elliott  Ave.,  Yonk- 
ers, N.  Y. 


Edwin  Kirk, 

A.  B.,  07;  Ph.  D.,  11;  Phi  Kappa  Psi;  Sigma 
Xi;  Paleontologist,  U.  S.  Geological  Survey; 
assistant  in  Dept,  of  Geology,  03-07;  fellow 
A.  A.  A.  S.,  G.  S.  A.  and  P.  S.  A.  Wash. 
Acad^  Author  various  papers  on  Paleontologic 
and  Gieologic  subjects;  U.  S.  Geological  Sur- 
vey and  2013  G  St.,  N.  W.  Washington,  D.  C. 

William  D.  Knight  (1906), 

(486  Ellicott  Sq.,  Buffalo,  N.  Y.) 

Walter  Lionel  Kohlberg, 

Cigar  Manufacturer;  dir.  City  Natl.  Bank;  do. 
Chamber  Commerce;  v-pres.  Rotary  Club.  401 
S.  Santa  Fe  St.  and  817  W.  Boulevard,  El  Paso, 
Tbx. 

Frederick  Adolph  He